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indefinite article used with nouns
first letter of the English alphabet; first letter in the Latin alphabet
on, in, expresses a state or condition (such as: afoot, on foot, asleep, abed); not, non, without (such as: asexual)

Symbol and abbreviation of ampere.

1. going to: "I'm a do it like this"
2. of: "I never heard a ya"
3. spoken way of telling -er or -or: "killa, playa, etc..."

A-Interface (GSM-A) A+ Interface (CDMA (IS-634))

An amount of drug or chemical in units of mass such as milligrams. Special attributes of the amount are indicated by subscripts: A0, the amount of drug in the body at "zero-time;" AB, the amount of drug in the body; AU, the amount of drug recovered in the urine, etc. The amount of drug in the drug's volume of distribution is equal to the concentration of the drug times the volume: A = C · Vd. The earlier segment of a biphasic plot of log C against t (following intravenous injection of a drug) represents the "distributive phase" of a drug's sojourn in the body. a is used as a subscript for pharmacokinetic parameters appropriate to the distributive phase, e.g., t1/2 a, Vd a, etc.

Cf. b, Compartments, Volume of Distribution, Half-Life

year's mind (eccl.), a commemoration of a deceased person, as by a mass, a year after his death. cf. a month's mind, under month...
see also year

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 to boy a pig a poke 
 axis of a 
 a speaking acquaintance 
 to boy a pig a poke 
 to brace a yard 
 a son 
 a good leg 
 axis of a curve 
 biquadratic root of a number 
 a short cut 
 to break a deer 
 to break a jest 
 to break a house 
 spend a penny 
 a stand of arms 
 axis of a balance 
 to break a path 
 body of a church 
 a spirit level 
 proceedings of a society 
 a straight line 
 axis of a pyramid 
 a mold 
 to break a lance 
 a straight face 
 body of a law 
 axis of a lens 
 derogatory clause in a testament 
 to break out a cargo 
 a stick of eels 
 a great gross 
 beat of a watch 
 a thousand 
 to break upon a wheel 
 equation of a curve 
 to breast up a hedge 
 a tempo giusto 
 to breathe a vein 
 to bring a sail to 
 drag a bunt 
 a true bill 
 meridian of a globe 
 presentment of a bill of exchange 
 a trillion 
 cheeks of a mast 
 intrinsic energy of a body 
 a traverse 
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 to arm a magnet 
 a baker`s dozen 
 a clear breach 
 arithmetical complement of a logarithm 
 a bone to pick 
 to commit a bill 
 arithmetical compliment of a logarithm 
 a charge or a crime 
 a naked debenture 
 arithmetical complement of a number 
 to compound a felony 
 refracting angle of a prism 
 make a scoop 
 make a motion 
 to weather a point 
 to wind a ship 
 a drawing of tea 
 to wipe a joint 
 a per se 
 to wing a flight 
 terminus a quo 
 a bone of contention 
 hepatitis a 
 terms of a proportion 
 to work a passage 
 a going business 
 in a moment 
 in a lump 
 in a sense 
 on a bowline 
 in a pig`s eye 
 on a par 
 in a nutshell 
 on a higher floor 
 in a state of nature 
 on a sudden 
 in a similar way 
 tiers of a cable 
 to keep a stiff upper lip 
 in a way 
 on a regular basis 
 in a stound 
 on a pinch 
 electing a pope 
 in a word 
 on a wind 
 face of a square 
 to touch a sail 
 to come or draw to a head 
 in a well mannered way 
 on a suddenty 
 to train a gun 
 to tread a measure 
 to traverse a yard 
 a blind boil 
 to truss a person 
 a friend 
 to try a fall 
 attempt to commit a crime 
 to turn a corner 
 to turn a cold shoulder to 
 to turn a hostile army 
 to turn a flange 
 to turn a penny 
 vitamin a 
 to come to a head 
 to turn over a new leaf 
 to underrun a hose 
 a beating wind 
 to underrun a tackle 
 term of a contract 
 face of a place 
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 a pig in a poke 
 a pig in a poke 
 to hold a chapel 
 with a will 
 to hold a wager 
 to steal a march 
 a sheet in the wind 
 leverage of a force 
 to stay a mast 
 face of a bastion 
 a block of shares 
 to stir up a hornet`s nest 
 reading of a bill 
 to stop a gap 
 to strain a point 
 to strike a bargain 
 to strike a balance 
 to strike a lead 
 to strike a jury 
 to suffer a default 
 to swing a door 
 to take a horn 
 to take a departure 
 to take a newspaper 
 to take a name in vain 
 to take a shoot 
 to take a reef in 
 in a bad way 
 in a big way 
 in a beastly manner 
 to jump a claim 
 in a box 
 in a blaze 
 in a circle 
 in a broad way 
 in a flash 
 in a fang 
 in a family way 
 to tar and feather a person 
 in a heartfelt way 
 play a trick on 
 to tear a cat 
 in a fume 
 face of a 
 service of a writ 
 to tend a vessel 
 in a low voice 
 in a higher place 
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 a dead dog 
 horn of a dilemma 
 wave a dead chicken 
 to box a tree 
 to hear a bird sing 
 a pair of bellows 
 to heave a cable short 
 to heave a ship down 
 a charge or a crime 
 to shake a cask 
 a direct induced current 
 stool of a window 
 to shake out a reef 
 to heave a ship ahead 
 to shave a note 
 to heave a ship to 
 to shorten a rope 
 a fortiori 
 throw a fit 
 a feather in the cap 
 magnitude of a star 
 to sit for a fellowship 
 to skin a flint 
 to heave out a sail 
 to slip a cable 
 a greegree man 
 to smell a rat 
 reach a peak 
 to snub a cable 
 to speak a ship 
 a lot 
 to spin a yarn 
 a deep line of operations 
 a buck of the first head 
 to split on a rock 
 to spring a butt 
 to hedge a bet 
 to spring a 
 to spring a rattle 
 to spring a leak 
 time and a half 
 a little slam 
 corresponding member of a society 
 a play upon words 
 leverage of a couple 
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 to rig a ship 
 estreat of a recognizance 
 to have a hand in 
 to right a vessel 
 to be at a loss 
 to ring a peal 
 to run a blockade 
 to run a muck 
 to run a foil 
 to run a risk 
 segment of a line 
 to run a rig 
 to have a man out 
 a cheval 
 segment of a sphere 
 to have a mind 
 to run down a coast 
 to sail on a rhumb 
 to salt a mine 
 white of a seed 
 to act a part 
 depth of a sail 
 to scratch a ticket 
 to be at a stand 
 to see about a thing 
 a clean breach 
 to serve a process 
 doubling a cape 
 a good deal 
 to serve a writ 
 to serve a warrant 
 heel of a rafter 
 pitch of a plane 
 imaginary part of a complex number 
 to set a saw 
 pitch of a roof 
 to set a sail 
 to set a 
 to lob a ball 
 to set a sponge 
 with a witness 
 a b c book 
 axes of cooumlrdinates in a plane 
 by a long chalk 
 to look a gift horse in the mouth 
 a clean bill of health 
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 to put a case 
 to put a spoke in one`s wheel 
 class of a curve 
 to put a vessel into commission 
 to put a vessel out of commission 
 cut a tape 
 cut a rebate in 
 to put to a stand 
 to put to a stress 
 to put up a job 
 a road 
 to raise a blockade 
 to raise a siege 
 to raise a check 
 face of a gun 
 to rate a chronometer 
 to haul home the sheets of a sail 
 to rectify a globe 
 to accept a bill 
 to record a deed 
 to reduce a square 
 to club a musket 
 to have a bee in the bonnet 
 to have a brick in one`s hat 
 to regulate a watch 
 vertex of a curve 
 to resolve a nebula 
 to have a bee in the head 
 sector of a sphere 
 to return a lead 
 to have a care 
 neck of a capital 
 neck of a gun 
 to have a finger in 
 branches of a bridle 
 power of a point 
 to have a colt`s tooth 
 neck of a cascabel 
 to revert a series 
 to have a long head 
 to ride a portoise 
 neck of a tooth 
 to ride a hobby 
 to rig a purchase 
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 moment of a force 
 with a vengeance 
 chancellor of a cathedral 
 to parcel a rope 
 to part a cable 
 bulb of a hair 
 to light a fire 
 to parcel a seam 
 to pass a dividend 
 great circle of a sphere 
 with a rush 
 publication of a will 
 bulb of a tooth 
 forever and a day 
 to list a stock 
 to pick a bone with 
 to pick a quarrel 
 to pick a crow 
 key of a position 
 to pick a thank 
 to pitch a camp 
 to abate into a freehold 
 to clear a ship for action 
 to play into a person`s hands 
 to pluck a crow 
 to pocket a ball 
 to point a sail 
 to point a rope 
 to poll a jury 
 pillow of a plow 
 to prime a pump 
 to publish a will 
 to clear a ship at the customhouse 
 cheeks of a block 
 to protest a bill or note 
 to pull a finch 
 tack of a flag 
 a people 
 ratio of a geometrical progression 
 to put a rod in pickle 
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 vane of a leveling staff 
 vertex of a solid 
 to beat to a mummy 
 to change a horse or to change hand 
 to man a yard 
 all a case 
 not to care a rap 
 to face a thing out 
 a posteriori 
 to beg one for a fool 
 a millstone 
 linear a 
 to milk a telegram 
 diurnal motion of a heavenly body 
 a kind of 
 to mount a play 
 a flea in the ear 
 a fighting chance 
 thomas a kempis 
 with a bad grace 
 moment of a couple 
 with a high hand 
 thomas a becket 
 a half cock 
 not worth a curse 
 of the sun or of a planet 
 what a vengeance 
 not worth a cress 
 not worth a kers 
 not worth a hair 
 to note a bill 
 not worth a rap 
 diurnal revolution of a planet 
 to bank up a fire 
 group a 
 a screw loose 
 to overhaul a tackle 
 to owe one a spite 
 osculating circle of a curve 
 a projective tariff 
 to bank a fire 
 with a good grace 
 all of a sudden 
 parallel circles of a sphere 
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 to catch a tartar 
 to dub a fly 
 of a piece 
 organic description of a curve 
 to be on a foundation 
 of a certainty 
 a cast of the eye 
 center of a fleet 
 as merry as a grig 
 of a certain 
 a bevel angle 
 of a sudden 
 a common multiple 
 of a slate 
 lisp a 
 to make one a compliment 
 center of a 
 as sound as a roach 
 barrel of a boiler 
 to ease a ship 
 to catch a crab 
 center of curvature of a curve 
 of a truth 
 of a surface of revolution 
 a f of l 
 a figure 
 a piece of bric-a-brac 
 to go a-begging 
 immunoglobulin a 
 a chip off the old block 
 to eat the wind out of a vessel 
 slope of a plane 
 to beat a parley 
 a hundred 
 slot a 
 cap of a cannon 
 a piece of bric-a-brac 
 to make up a face 
 to elevate a piece 
 chancellor of a university 
 square root of a number 
 publication of a libel 
 degree of a 
 to exhibit a foundation or prize 
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 run a risk 
 a power 
 to make a point of 
 root of a nail 
 modulus of a machine 
 a good landfall 
 to make a thing one`s business 
 to a lesser degree 
 lobster a la newburg 
 root of a tooth 
 to back a warrant 
 to bear a hand 
 a ship`s caliber 
 to back a rope 
 grape of a cannon 
 to a man 
 age of a tide 
 to a lower place 
 to bear a loss 
 as a matter of fact 
 eye of a volute 
 order of a differential equation 
 to a tolerable degree 
 to a t 
 to a nicety 
 as a rule 
 to a zeroth approximation 
 eye of a ship 
 to draw to a head 
 to a turn 
 to dress a ship 
 even a little 
 a ship`s husband 
 to abate a tax 
 to drink a health 
 regalia of a church 
 to be on a high horse 
 of a bishop or of a diocese 
 of a bishop or of a diocese 
 modulus of a system of logarithms 
 a 1 
 to drop a vessel 
 as mad as a march hare 
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 to cast a 
 quite a 
 to cast a shoe 
 to draw a long bow 
 take a leak 
 to give a loose 
 to cast a horoscope 
 to give a handle 
 to give a piece of one`s mind to 
 not a circumstance 
 to draw a line 
 take a shit 
 specific heat of a substance 
 to give a person line 
 to give a say at 
 to a great extent 
 deviation of a falling body 
 william a craigie 
 a point 
 year and a day 
 to draw a straight furrow 
 margin of a course 
 to make a good board 
 a bifilar 
 take a powder 
 to a first approximation 
 exponent of a ratio 
 to a hair 
 a dark horse 
 to a greater extent 
 a cut in rates 
 line-at-a-time printer 
 to a higher place 
 to make a march 
 a far cry 
 to make a lip 
 to a higher degree 
 to a lesser extent 
 a million 
 to make a move 
 a murrain on you 
 weather of a windmill sail 
 a month mind 
 type a 
 to make a matter of conscience 
 to make a stand 
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 take a dare 
 take a crap 
 resolution of a force 
 complement of a parallelogram 
 a lie or an assertion 
 take a chance 
 take a firm stand 
 the story of mel, a real programmer 
 take a dive 
 resolution of a nebula 
 a b c 
 discussion of a problem 
 like nailing jelly to a tree 
 to call a party 
 take a joke 
 take a hop 
 deficiency of a curve 
 at a discount 
 a grain of allowance 
 principal axes of a quadric 
 a marked man 
 a programming language 
 a hard case 
 at a blow 
 to a fault 
 tables of a girder 
 at a round rate 
 to a degree 
 principal of a quadric 
 at a pinch 
 to make a circuit 
 to draw a bow 
 ruffle of a boot 
 at a venture 
 to make a fool of 
 take a hit 
 at a start 
 i a richards 
 to draw a curtain 
 to a crum 
 saint thomas a becket 
 to draw a cover 
 take a look 
 to make a face 
 radium a 
 quite a little 
 a labor of love 
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 draw a blank 
 the flexure of a curve 
 the forks of a river 
 bends of a ship 
 tail of a lock 
 dip of a stratum 
 mania a potu 
 to dance on a rope 
 to lead one a dance 
 it`s a feature 
 to foreclose a mortgager 
 bridge of a steamer 
 keeper of a magnet 
 acceptance of a bill of exchange 
 to develop a curved surface on a plane 
 to be tied to a 
 to develop a curved surface on a plane 
 to call a bond 
 optic axis of a crystal 
 tits on a keyboard 
 a mensa et thoro 
 to lend a hand 
 to be in a pickle 
 to do a thing on the cross 
 a kempis 
 to make a dead set 
 a mcintire joint 
 turn a nice dime 
 turn a loss 
 turn a blind eye 
 turn a nice penny 
 after a fashion 
 to levy a fine 
 turn a nice dollar 
 turn a trick 
 a priori 
 take a bow 
 to be under a cloud 
 to get a mile 
 take a breather 
 turn on a dime 
 many a 
 singular point in a curve 
 take a breath 
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 get a real computer! 
 get a line 
 a note shaver 
 a debt wages etc 
 equimomental cone of a given rigid body 
 tree of a saddle 
 a language for attributed definitions 
 that`s not a bug, that`s a feature! 
 that`s not a bug, that`s a feature! 
 much of a muchness 
 to cut a caper 
 a cow 
 to make a card 
 to cut a dash 
 without a stitch 
 a ledger or an account 
 bric-a brac 
 to cut a curlycue 
 polar equation of a line 
 roman a clef 
 to flatten a sail 
 to cut a feather 
 horns of a dilemma 
 to cut a dido 
 a bill of adventure 
 to cut a play 
 gauge of a carriage 
 to fly a kite 
 to flush a joints 
 a machine 
 to be pleased to do a thing 
 to cut a figure 
 pole of a lens 
 naked as a jaybird 
 tail of a gale 
 tail of a comet 
 to lead as a bride to the altar 
 a capful of wind 
 to foot a bill 
 a dog in the manger 
 to burn a bowl 
 to foreclose a mortgage 
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 a concatenation 
 a zillion 
 a man of mark 
 a cappella 
 index of a logarithm 
 a year`s mind 
 shell of a boiler 
 to make a choice of 
 tete a tete 
 a butt`s length 
 cloud on a 
 poco a poco 
 to cross a check 
 to fang a pump 
 to amend a bill 
 rolling circle of a paddle wheel 
 isolated point of a curve 
 to build a chapel 
 son of a bitch 
 a clerical error 
 shoot a line 
 transaction of a society 
 to crown a knot 
 to fend off a 
 within a while 
 to fetch a pump 
 tickle a bug 
 to lay a fault misfortune etc at one`s door 
 deaf as a post 
 to lay a ship aboard 
 to crush a cup 
 to fetch a compass 
 rectification of a globe 
 a few 
 drop of a sail 
 to lay a venue 
 half a dozen 
 shot of a cable 
 dean of a monastery 
 a forlorn hope 
 get a life! 
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 minor term of a syllogism 
 intrinsic equation of a curve 
 a tiptoe 
 a closed sea 
 to couch a 
 to lower the yards a-portoise 
 a wet blanket 
 altitude of a pyramid 
 to array a panel 
 a variance 
 to bring up any one with a round turn 
 projection of a point on a plane 
 projection of a point on a plane 
 paint a picture 
 to bring up with a round turn 
 projection of a straight line of a plane 
 a whited sepulcher 
 reins of a vault 
 projection of a straight line of a plane 
 a wheel within a wheel 
 to make a book 
 have a go at it 
 a wheel within a wheel 
 a world to see 
 aspect of a plane 
 a piece of money 
 a wild goose chase 
 legs of a triangle 
 drop a line 
 a respecter of persons 
 a wide berth 
 a writ of attachment 
 to crack a crib 
 left bank of a river 
 to make a bed 
 a writ of account 
 to crack a bottle 
 one at a time 
 never a deal 
 to cradle a picture 
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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying Class A shares.


PEAK: THE ANCHOR IS A-PEAK When near to the ship. Thus, at different distances, it is called a long peak, a stay peak, a short stay peak.

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A (upper case) or a (lower case), usually referred to in English as A-breve, is a letter used in standard Romanian language and Vietnamese language orthographies. In Romanian, it is used to represent the mid-central unrounded vowel, while in Vietnamese it represents the short a sound. It is the second letter of both the Romanian, Vietnamese, and the pre-1972 Malaysian alphabets, after A.

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For A. E. van Vogt's novel, see The World of Null-A.
A, lowercase a, is a grapheme, a Latin A with a macron, is used in several orthographies.

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A (minuscule: a) is a letter in the Polish, Kashubian, Lithuanian, Creek, Navajo, Western Apache, Chiricahua, Hocak, Mescalero, Gwich'in, Tutchone, and Elfdalian alphabets. It is formed from the letter a and an ogonek and usually – except for modern Polish – denotes a nasal a sound.

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A (named , plural As, A's, as, a's or aes) is the first letter and the first vowel in the ISO basic Latin alphabet. It is similar to the Ancient Greek letter alpha, from which it derives. The upper-case version consists of the two slanting sides of a triangle, crossed in the middle by a horizontal bar. The lower-case version can be written in two forms: the double-storey a and single-storey ɑ. The latter is commonly used in handwriting and fonts based on it, especially fonts intended to be read by children. It is also found in italic type.

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(a-grave) is a letter of the Catalan, French, Galician, Italian, Occitan, Portuguese, Scottish Gaelic, Vietnamese, and Welsh languages consisting of the letter A of the ISO basic Latin alphabet and a grave accent. À is also used in Pinyin transliteration. In most languages, it represents the vowel a. This letter is also a letter in Taos.

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(a-acute) is a letter of the Czech, Faroese, Hungarian, Icelandic, Irish, Sámi and Slovak languages. This letter also appears in Dutch, Galician, Lakota, Navajo, Occitan, Portuguese, Spanish, Vietnamese, and Welsh as a variant of the letter “a”. It also appears in Blackfoot. It is sometimes confused with à; e.g. "5 apples á $1", which is more commonly written as "5 apples à $1" ("5 apples at 1 dollar each").

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(a-circumflex) is a letter of the French, Friulian, Frisian, Inari Sami, Portuguese, Romanian, Turkish, Vietnamese, Walloon, and Welsh alphabets.

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Ã/ã (a-tilde) is a letter used in some languages, generally considered a variant of the letter A.

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"Ä" and "ä" are both characters that represent either a letter from several extended Latin alphabets, or the letter A with an umlaut mark or diaeresis.

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Å (lower case: å) represents various (although often very similar) sounds in several languages. It is considered a separate letter in the Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Finnish alphabets, as well as in the North Frisian, Walloon, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Chamorro, Istro-Romanian, Lule Sami, Skolt Sami, Southern Sami, and Greenlandic alphabets. Additionally, it is part of the alphabets used for the Alemannic and the Bavarian-Austrian dialects of German.

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(A) or (a) may refer to:
  • The anarchy symbol, a letter A intersecting through a circle
  • An abbreviation for an Islamic honorific such as Alayhi 'l-salat wa'l-Salam

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The A* search algorithm is a pathfinding algorithm used in computing.

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In computer science, A* (pronounced as "A star") is a computer algorithm that is widely used in pathfinding and graph traversal, the process of plotting an efficiently traversable path between multiple points, called nodes. Noted for its performance and accuracy, it enjoys widespread use. However, in practical travel-routing systems, it is generally outperformed by algorithms which can pre-process the graph to attain better performance, although other work has found A* to be superior to other approaches.

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A+ may refer to:
  • A+ (blood type)
  • A+ (grade), the highest grade achievable in a grading system based on letters of the alphabet
  • A+ (programming language), a dialect of APL with aggressive extensions
  • A+ (rapper), Andre Levins, an American rapper
  • A+ (EP), 2015 EP by Hyuna
  • A-Plus (rapper), Adam Carter, an American rapper
  • A+ certification, the professional computer technician certification by CompTIA
  • Animax Eastern Europe, an Eastern European anime TV channel formerly known as A+
  • A-Plus, an American convenience store chain owned & operated by Sunoco
  • A-Plus Entertainment, a television station in Pakistan
  • A Plus (, a social news company based in New York City.

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A++ stands for abstraction plus reference plus synthesis which is used as a name for the minimalistic programming language that is built on ARS. ARS is an abstraction from the Lambda Calculus, taking its three basic operations, and giving them a more general meaning, thus providing a foundation for the three major programming paradigms: functional programming, object-oriented programming and imperative programming.

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A- or a- may refer to:
  • A- (plane), a U.S. military aircraft prefix
  • Privative a, a prefix expressing negation
  • Copulative a, a prefix expressing unification

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Alpha (uppercase Α, lowercase α; Álpha) is the first letter of the Greek alphabet. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 1. It was derived from the Phoenician letter aleph . Letters that arose from alpha include the Latin A and the Cyrillic letter А.

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A bell code (sometimes bell character) is a device control code originally sent to ring a small electromechanical bell on tickers and other teleprinters and teletypewriters to alert operators at the other end of the line, often of an incoming message. Though tickers punched the bell codes into their tapes, printers generally do not print a character when the bell code is received. Bell codes are usually represented by the label "BEL". They have been used since 1870 (initially in Baudot code).

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A blood type (also called a blood group) is a classification of blood based on the presence or absence of inherited antigenic substances on the surface of red blood cells (RBCs). These antigens may be proteins, carbohydrates, glycoproteins, or glycolipids, depending on the blood group system. Some of these antigens are also present on the surface of other types of cells of various tissues. Several of these red blood cell surface antigens can stem from one allele (or an alternative version of a gene) and collectively form a blood group system. Blood types are inherited and represent contributions from both parents. A total of 35 human blood group systems are now recognized by the International Society of Blood Transfusion (ISBT). The two most important ones are ABO and the RhD antigen; they determine someone's blood type (A, B, AB and O, with +, - or Null denoting RhD status).

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A caron or háček (; from Czech háček ) or mäkčeň (; from Slovak mäkčeň or ), also known as a wedge, inverted circumflex, inverted hat, is a diacritic ( ˇ ) placed over certain letters to indicate present or historical palatalization, iotation, or postalveolar pronunciation in the orthography of some Baltic, Slavic, Finnic, Samic, Berber and other languages. The caron also indicates the third tone (falling and then rising) in the Pinyin romanization of Mandarin Chinese.

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"Dance (Ass)", often stylized "Dance (A$$)", is a song by American rapper Big Sean, released as the third single from his debut studio album, Finally Famous (2011). It was added to urban radio formats on September 20, 2011 as the album's third official single. The official remix of the song features Nicki Minaj and was made available for free download on her website.

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In computing, drive letter assignment is the process of assigning alphabetical identifiers to volumes. Unlike the concept of UNIX mount points, where volumes are named and located arbitrarily in a single hierarchical namespace, drive letter assignment allows multiple highest-level namespaces. Drive letter assignment is thus a process of using letters to name the roots of the "forest" representing the file system; each volume holds an independent "tree" (or, for non-hierarchical file systems, an independent list of files).

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In computer science, a static library or statically-linked library is a set of routines, external functions and variables which are resolved in a caller at compile-time and copied into a target application by a compiler, linker, or binder, producing an object file and a stand-alone executable. This executable and the process of compiling it are both known as a static build of the program. Historically, libraries could only be static. Static libraries are either merged with other static libraries and object files during building/linking to form a single executable, or they may be loaded at run-time into the address space of the loaded executable at a static memory offset determined at compile-time/link-time.

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This old Cuban size is 9 inches long with a 48 ring gauge.

his, her, their

(v) Going to. "I'm a do it like this"

A-Pucikwar is an almost extinct language spoken in the Andaman Islands.
The language is: A-Pucikwar

1. the blood group whose red cells carry the A antigen
(synonym) type A, group A
(hypernym) blood group, blood type
2. a metric unit of length equal to one ten billionth of a meter (or 0.0001 micron); used to specify wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation
(synonym) angstrom, angstrom unit
(hypernym) metric linear unit
(part-holonym) nanometer, nanometre, nm, millimicron, micromillimeter, micromillimetre
(part-meronym) picometer, picometre, micromicron
3. any of several fat-soluble vitamins essential for normal vision; prevents night blindness or inflammation or dryness of the eyes
(synonym) vitamin A, antiophthalmic factor, axerophthol
(hypernym) fat-soluble vitamin
(hyponym) vitamin A1, retinol
4. one of the four nucleotides used in building DNA; all four nucleotides have a common phosphate group and a sugar (ribose)
(synonym) deoxyadenosine monophosphate
(hypernym) nucleotide
5. (biochemistry) purine base found in DNA and RNA; pairs with thymine in DNA and with uracil in RNA
(synonym) adenine
(hypernym) purine
(substance-holonym) deoxyribonucleic acid, desoxyribonucleic acid, DNA
(classification) biochemistry
6. the basic unit of electric current adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites; "a typical household circuit carries 15 to 50 amps"
(synonym) ampere, amp
(hypernym) current unit
(part-holonym) abampere, abamp
(part-meronym) milliampere, mA
7. the 1st letter of the Roman alphabet
(hypernym) letter, letter of the alphabet, alphabetic character
(member-holonym) Roman alphabet, Latin alphabet


indef. art., not translated (e.g. a man: fear)as in phr., apiece, a head (e.g. a shilling a head: scilling an duine (an ceann, of things)

A nitrogenous base, one member of the base pair A-T (adenine-thymine).

Ah!; (distress/regret/pity| appeal/entreaty| surprise/joy| objection/contempt)

by (agent)| from (departure| cause| remote origin/time); after (reference)

ante| abb. a.; [in calendar expression a. d. = ante diem => before the day]

4. A. = abb. N M
Aulus (Roman praenomen); (abb. A./Au.); [Absolvo| Antiquo => free| reject]

5. a. = abb. N M
year; abb. ann./a.; [regnavit a(nnis). XLIIII => he reigned for 44 years]

The first term in the van Deemter equation. See Eddy diffusion term and van Deemter equation.


A = an interrogative adverb, "A ddaw efe?"
An affirmative adv. "Efe a ddaw." A = ac, con. and, as A = ag, prep. with A = pron. who, which, that A = int. oh A = prefix, as, athref from tref

See Durometer.

Alternative names: Aminor,A-,Amin,Amoll,La minore,La-,La min

- Static variable in class javax.swing.text.html.HTML.Tag 
public static final HTML.Tag A

These letters define the type of corrugated material in terms of the number of corrugations per unit length and height.

Minimum altitudes for Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) operations as prescribed in Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 91. (FAA8)

cation such as calcium that is adsorbed onto a surface, usually clay or humus and is capable of being easily replaced by another cation such as potassium. Exchangeable cations are readily available to plants.


(v) Going to. "I'm a do it like this"




Adenine, one member of the A-T (adenine-thymine) base pair in DNA. One member of the base pair A-T (adenine-thymine) in DNA.

Agilent Technologies Inc
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Provides wide range of basic janitorial services for a variety of structures and organizations, offering floor cleaning and finishing, wall and window washing, furniture polishing, rug cleaning, dusting and other building cleaning services; Markets janitorial supplies and equipment such as paper products, polishes, glass cleaners, A B N AMRO HLDGS N V
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Provides real-time online financial brokerage services and comprehensive information about the securities markets through its proprietary trading systems. A C M GOVT INCM FD INC
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Solicits and processes printed advertising from retailers, manufacturers and service companies for targeted distribution by both shared and solo mail to consumer households in the united states on a national, regional and local basis; Provides certain transportation and ancillary services in conjunction with its direct marketing programs; A C M MANAGED DLR INCM FD
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Holding company with subsidiaries which develop, own and operate independent electric power generation facilities; And sell steam to industries and other users. A F P IMAGING CORP
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Manufactures, distributes and sells full range of agricultural equipment and related replacement parts, including high horsepower tractors, combines, hay tools, folding planters, forage equipment and implements; Provides retail financing for its equipment; And participates in equipment finance joint ventures. A G EDWARDS INC
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Holding company with subsidiaries which provide securities and commodities brokerage services for individual, corporate and institutional clients; Distribute mutual funds, corporate and municipal unit trusts, tax incentive investments, life insurance and annuities; Provide investment banking services for corporate, governmental and A R T INTERNATIONAL INC
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Purchases, sells and leases wide variety of new, used and overhauled aviation products; Distributes new aviation hardware and parts; Purchases, sells, leases and lease finances new and used jet aircraft, aircraft engines and components; Provides wide range of services, parts, component exchange and other products as part of its overhaul A K STEEL HOLDING CORP
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Holding company with subsidiary which produces high strength, low carbon flat-rolled steel and aluminum coated stainless steel for the automotive, appliance, construction and manufacturing markets. A M F BOWLING INC
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Supplies farm inputs, such as seeds, fertilizer, agricultural chemicals, crop insurance and cash advances for rent, fuel and irrigation, to farmers primarily in the central united states. A G L RESOURCES INC
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Holding company with subsidiaries which distribute and transport natural gas. A P T SATELLITE HLDGS LTD
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Manufactures and supplies broad line of passive electronic components and related products including ceramic and tantalum capacitors, and connectors; And distributes and sells certain passive components and connectors manufactured by other. A S Eksportfinans
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Manufactures and markets major household appliances, such as freezers, dishwashers, microwave ovens, vacuum cleaners, room air conditioners and sewing machines, commercial appliances including equipment for food service, laundries and cleaning companies, outdoor products, including chain saws, garden equipment and agricultural A B SVENSK EXPORTKREDIT
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Manufactures and sells plastic resins and plastic compounds, including engineered flame retardant compounds, thermoplastic elastomers and nylon compounds; Buys and sells prime and off-grade plastic resins; And manufactures rubber shims and tie pads. A O TATNEFT
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Explores for and produces oil in russia; And holds interests in commercial banks and an investment firm, operating in russia. A B Volvo
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Designs, manufactures, assembles and markets internationally quality trucks, buses, construction equipment, marine and industrial engines, aircraft and space engines and components, and other transportation-related products and services; Operates truck dealerships; Owns interests in company which oprates car dealerships; And formerly

hear it
Like the "a" sound in English "father". Never like in "acid" (American pronunciation). conj. but, nevertheless, even so, however n. suffix : augments the noun.

Comment :
Indicates that the noun is bigger, more important, or more powerful than without the suffix. Also note that it is more often than not used in a conceptual sense.
Like pIn = boss -> pIn'a' = master

e.g. :
Duj = [star]ship, Duj'a' = big/great/important [star]ship.
v. suffix : indicates that the statement is a Yes or No question.

e.g. :
tlhIngan Hol Dajatlh'a' = Do you speak Klingon ?

The name of the sixth tone in the model major scale (that in C), or the first tone of the minor scale, which is named after it the scale in A minor. The second string of the violin is tuned to the A in the treble staff. -- A sharp (A/) is the name of a musical tone intermediate between A and B. -- A flat (A/) is the name of a tone intermediate between A and G.

   The first letter of the English and of many other alphabets. The capital A of the alphabets of Middle and Western Europe, as also the small letter (a), besides the forms in Italic, black letter, etc., are all descended from the old Latin A, which was borrowed from the Greek Alpha, of the same form; and this was made from the first letter (/) of the Phoenician alphabet, the equivalent of the Hebrew Aleph, and itself from the Egyptian origin. The Aleph was a consonant letter, with a guttural breath sound that was not an element of Greek articulation; and the Greeks took it to represent their vowel Alpha with the a sound, the Phoenician alphabet having no vowel symbols.


   In each; to or for each; as, "twenty leagues a day", "a hundred pounds a year", "a dollar a yard", etc.

   an expletive, void of sense, to fill up the meter

   An adjective, commonly called the indefinite article, and signifying one or any, but less emphatically.

   A barbarous corruption of have, of he, and sometimes of it and of they.

In; on; at; by.
In process of; in the act of; into; to; -- used with verbal substantives in -ing which begin with a consonant. This is a shortened form of the preposition an (which was used before the vowel sound); as in a hunting, a building, a begging.
   A, as a prefix to English words, is derived from various sources. (1) It frequently signifies on or in (from an, a forms of AS. on), denoting a state, as in afoot, on foot, abed, amiss, asleep, aground, aloft, away (AS. onweg), and analogically, ablaze, atremble, etc. (2) AS. of off, from, as in adown (AS. ofd/ne off the dun or hill). (3) AS. a- (Goth. us-, ur-, Ger. er-), usually giving an intensive force, and sometimes the sense of away, on, back, as in arise, abide, ago. (4) Old English y- or i- (corrupted from the AS. inseparable particle ge-, cognate with OHG. ga-, gi-, Goth. ga-), which, as a prefix, made no essential addition to the meaning, as in aware. (5) French a (L. ad to), as in abase, achieve. (6) L. a, ab, abs, from, as in avert. (7) Greek insep. prefix / without, or privative, not, as in abyss, atheist; akin to E. un-.


HOLD: a sea-term

to dismiss that someone is out of hand
1. so-called “fine” weather, i.e. an intolerably hot and blinding summer day: “It's a grade A for the Irish”; 2. important occasion: “It's a grade A for the Dairptic Mishner of Texation”

Alternate: Of changing nature.

Alpha, the first letter of the Greek alphabet, as Omega is the last. These letters occur in the text of Rev. 1:8,11; 21:6; 22:13, and are represented by "Alpha" and "Omega" respectively (omitted in R.V., 1:11). They mean "the first and last." (Comp. Heb. 12:2; Isa. 41:4; 44:6; Rev. 1:11,17; 2:8.) In the symbols of the early Christian Church these two letters are frequently combined with the cross or with Christ's monogram to denote his divinity.

Abbreviation foratto (10-18). Seemetric system .


The first letter of the English and many other alphabets, frequently used as an abbreviation and also in the marks of schedules or papers, as schedule A, B, C,. Sometimes used in the ancient law books to denote that the paging is the first of that number in the book. As an abbreviation, A is used for anonymous.

Among the Romans this letter was used in criminal trials. The judges were furnished with small tables covered with wax, and each one inscribed on it the initial letter of his vote; A, when he voted to absolve the party on trial; C, when he was for condemnation; and N L, (non liquet) when the matter was unclear and he desired a new argument.
  • A
  • A Mensa Et Thoro 
  • A Prendre 
  • A Vinculo Matrimonii 
  • Ab Initio 
  • Ab Irato 
  • Abandonment * 
  • Abatement * 
  • Abatement of a Freehold 
  • Abatement of Nuisances * 
  • Abet, Abettor 
  • Abeyance 
  • Abiding by Plea 
  • Abigeat, Abigei 
  • Abjuration 
  • Abolition 
  • Abortion 
  • Above 
  • Abrogation 
  • Abuse of Discretion 
  • Abuse, Child 
  • Ac Etiam 
  • Acceleration 
  • Acceptance * 
  • Acceptor 
  • Accession 
  • Accessory 
  • Accessory After the Fact 
  • Accessory Contract 
  • Accident * 
  • Accomplice 
  • Accord 
  • Accounting Equation /Method * 
  • Accrued Interest 
  • Acquiescence 
  • Acquittal 
  • Act * 
  • Act of God 
  • Act of War 
  • Act, Corruptly 
  • Act, Criminal 
  • Actio Personalis Mioritur Cum Persona 
  • Action * 
  • Action, Cause of 
  • Action, Civil 
  • Action, Final 
  • Actions, Real 
  • Actual Damages 
  • Actual Malice * 
  • Actuarial Cost Method 
  • Ad Litem, Guardian 
  • Ad Valorem 
  • Ad Valorem Duty 
  • Ademption 
  • Adequate Consideration 
  • Adjudication 
  • Admeasurement of Dower 
  • Administration Bill 
  • Administrative Decisions, Review of * 
  • Administrative Law 
  • Administrative Office of The U.S. Courts * 
  • Administrative Remedies, Exhaust * 
  • Administrator 
  • Admiralty 
  • Admission * 
  • Admission by Party-Opponent 
  • Adopt 
  • Adoption, Open 
  • Adultery, Adulterium 
  • Advance Freight 
  • Adverse Action 
  • Adverse Possession * 
  • Advocate 
  • Advocates 
  • Advocation 
  • Advowson 
  • Affidavit 
  • Affiliates 
  • Affirmance 
  • Affirmant, Affirmation 
  • Affirmed 
  • Afforcement of the Assize * 
  • A-Files 
  • Aforethought 
  • Age of Majority * 
  • Agency of The U.S 
  • Agency of The U.S., Proceeding Before 
  • Agent * 
  • Agent, Escrow 
  • Agent, Secondary 
  • Agents, Diplomatic 
  • Age-Prayer 
  • Aggravated Assault 
  • Aggravated Felony 
  • Aggravation 
  • Aggrieved Party 
  • Agistment 
  • Agreement * 
  • Agreement, Buy-Sell 
  • Agreement, Collective Bargaining 
  • Agreement, Employment 
  • Agreement, Noncompete 
  • Agricultural Association 
  • Agricultural Employer 
  • Aid & Comfort 
  • Aid Prayer 
  • Aiding and Abetting (agency) 
  • Alcoholic Beverage 
  • Alderman 
  • Aleatory Contracts 
  • Alia Enormia 
  • Alias 
  • Alibi 
  • Alien * 
  • Alienate, Alienation * 
  • Aliexi Juris 
  • Aliments 
  • Alimony 
  • All Risk 
  • Allegation, Allegata & Probata 
  • Allegiance 
  • Allen Charge * 
  • Alliance 
  • Allocatur 
  • Allodium 
  • Allowance to a Prisoner 
  • Alluvion, Avulsion 
  • Alter Ego 
  • Alter, Alteration 
  • Alternate Executor 
  • Alternate Executor 
  • Alternate Trustee 
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) 
  • Amalphitan Code 
  • Ambiguity 
  • Amend * 
  • Amend, Leave to 
  • Amende Honorable 
  • Amendment 
  • Amendment of Pleadings * 
  • Amendment, Constitutional 
  • Amendment, Eighth * 
  • Amendment, Fifth * 
  • Amendment, First * 
  • Amendment, Fourteenth * 
  • Amendment, Fourth * 
  • Amendment, Sixth * 
  • Amendment, Tenth * 
  • Amendment, Thirteenth 
  • Amerciament, Amercement 
  • American Depositary Receipt 
  • American Rule 
  • American Vessel 
  • Amicus Curiae 
  • Ammunition 
  • Ammunition, Armor Piercing 
  • Amnesty * 
  • Amortization Table 
  • Amortize 
  • Ancient Lights * 
  • Animo 
  • Annexation 
  • Annuity * 
  • Annuity, Compound Sum of 
  • Annuity, Joint & Survivor 
  • Annuity, Single Life 
  • Annulment 
  • Anonymous Work 
  • Answer * 
  • Anti-Trust 
  • Apanage 
  • Apostles 
  • Apparatus 
  • Appeal * 
  • Appeal, Notice of 
  • Appearance * 
  • Appellant 
  • Appellate 
  • Appellee 
  • Appendant 
  • Application * 
  • Apportionment * 
  • Apprentice, Apprenticeship * 
  • Approbate & Reprobate 
  • Appropriation * 
  • Approvement 
  • Appurtenances, Appurtenant 
  • Aquae Immittendae 
  • Arbitrage 
  • Arbitrary & Capricious 
  • Arbitration 
  • Arbitrator 
  • Archaionomia 
  • Architectural Work 
  • Areopagite, Areopagus 
  • Argument, Oral 
  • Arraignment 
  • Arrears 
  • Arrest * 
  • Arrest of Judgment 
  • Arrest, Resisting 
  • Arson 
  • Art & Part 
  • Article I Courts * 
  • Article III Courts * 
  • Articles * 
  • Articles of Confederation (U.S.) * 
  • Articles of Impeachment 
  • Articles of Incorporation 
  • Articles of Partnership * 
  • Artificially Administered Nutrition 
  • Ask Price 
  • Asphyxy 
  • Assault 
  • Assault, Aggravated 
  • Assaulting a Federal Officer 
  • Assembly, Unlawful 
  • Assent 
  • Assessment of Damages 
  • Assessment, Jeopardy 
  • Asset * 
  • Asset Allocation 
  • Asset-Based Lending 
  • Assignee 
  • Assignment * 
  • Assignment, Non-Recourse 
  • Assignor 
  • Assises of Jerusalem 
  • Assize, Assizes 
  • Assumpsit * 
  • Assumption of Risk 
  • Asylum Seeker 
  • Attachment 
  • Attainder 
  • Attainder, Bill of 
  • Attempt an Act 
  • Attempted Escape 
  • Attempted Murder 
  • Attestation, Attestation Clause * 
  • Attorn, Attornment 
  • Attorney * 
  • Attorney In Fact 
  • Attorney Misconduct, Sanctions for * 
  • Attorney, Power of 
  • Attorney, U.S. 
  • Attorney-Client Privilege 
  • Attorney-Client Relationship * 
  • Attorney's Fees * 
  • Attractive Nuisance 
  • Atty General's Bill Letters 
  • Atty General's Equitable Sharing Program 
  • At-Will Employment 
  • Audiovisual Works 
  • Audit 
  • Audit Trail 
  • Audita Querela 
  • Authentication * 
  • Authority * 
  • Authority, Citation of * 
  • Authority, Scope of (agent) 
  • Authorization 
  • Auto Insurance, Fault System 
  • Auto Insurance, No-Fault 
  • Automated Clearing House (ACH) 
  • Automated Quotation System (NASDAQ) 
  • Autre Action Pendant 
  • Auxilium 
  • Average 
  • Averment * 
  • Averment of Notice 
  • Averment, Negative 
  • Award * 
  • Award of Costs to Prevailing Party *

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    (A) A thermodynamic property that can be used to predict whether a process will occur spontaneously at constant volume and temperature. Helmholtz free energy A is defined as A = U - TS where U, T and S are the internal energy , temperature , and entropy . Changes in A correspond to changes in free energy for processes occuring at constant temperature and volume. The sign of Delta A is negative for spontaneous processes and zero for processes at equilibrium .  Say it 
    (a) Compare with molar absorptivity and absorbance .The absorbance of a solution per unit of path length and per unit concentration; a = A/(bc) where a, A, b, and c are the absorptivity, absorbance, path length, and concentration, respectively. Absorptivity varies with wavelength of the incident light. (a) An effective thermodynamic concentration used in thermodynamic calculations in place of the actual concentration to allow equations developed for ideal solutions to be used to treat real solutions.  Say it 
    (A) The SI unit of electric current , equal to flow of 1 coulomb of charge per second. An ampere is the amount of current necessary to produce a force of 0.2 micronewtons per meter between two arbitrarily long, arbitrarily thin wires, placed parallel in a vacuum and exactly 1 m apart. Named for 19th century physicist André Marie Ampère. (a) Prefix used in the SI system meaning "multiply by 10-18". For example, 3 am means 3× 10-18 meters.

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    Acid Phosphatase 1-5 U/L
    at 0900 hr 10-80 ng/L
    at 2400 hr <10 ng/L(must be asleep)
    Alanine Aminotrasferase
    5-40 U/L
    Serum 36-53 g/L
    Urine <3.5 mg/mmol creatinine
    Aldolase 1-7.5 U/L
    Alkaline Phosphatase
    25-115 U/L
    alpha-fetoprotein <10 kU/L
    1.1-2.1 g/L
    Amylase <220 U/L
    Angiotensin Converting Enzyme
    10-70 U/L
    Aspartate Aminotrasferase
    7-40 U/L
    Supine: 0.08-0.28 nmol/L
    Upright: 0.14-0.83 nmol/L

    Translate the Engels term a to other languages

  • form: 1.A

    info: small Barre
    form: 3.A

    info: Barre
    form: 3.A

    info: Barre
    form: 3.A

    info: Barre
    form: 6.A

    info: Barre
    form: 3.B

    info: open chord
    form: 3.B

    info: easy
    form: 6.B

    info: easy
    form: 1.C

    info: small Barre
    form: 1.C

    info: small Barre
    form: 1.C

    info: small Barre
    form: 5.C

    info: medium
    form: 1.D

    info: open chord
    form: 6.A

    info: Barre
    form: 6.B

    info: open chord
    form: 1.A

    info: medium