(Ranieri) died 1118, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1099–1118.
noun 1. Jewish History. a lamb slaughtered and eaten on the eve of the first day of Passover. Ex. 12:3–11. 2. (initial capital letters) . 3. (initial capital letters) any of several symbolic representations of , as the Agnus Dei. 4. (initial capital letters). Also called Holy Lamb. Heraldry. a representation of a lamb passant […]
noun 1. (in the early Christian church) a letter, written by a patriarch, archbishop, or bishop to a cleric under his authority, announcing the date of the next Easter festival.
- Paschen-Back effect
[pah-shuh n-bahk] /ˈpɑ ʃənˈbɑk/ noun, Physics. 1. a splitting of spectral lines observed when the source of a radiation is subjected to a strong magnetic field, caused when the vectors associated with the spin and orbital angular momentum exhibit individual rather than common precession.
- Paschen body
Paschen body Pa·schen body (pāsh’ən, pä’shən) n. A particle of virus observed in relatively large numbers in squamous cells of the skin in smallpox or vaccinia.