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cyclooxygenase
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cyclooxygenase
An English surname for either son of, or servant of someone named Cocke or Cook
A coxswain of a boat, especially of a racing crew
To act as coxswain
an English surname either son of or servant of someone named Cocke or Cook
Prostaglandins can be of either COX-1 or COX-2 type COX-2 are inflammatory and COX-1 are cytoprotective - e g to gastric mucosa
either of two related enzymes that control the production of prostaglandins and are blocked by aspirin
the helmsman of a ship's boat or a racing crew
act as the coxswain, in a boat race
Prostaglandins can be either COX-1 or COX-2 type COX-2 is inflammatory and OCX-1 is cyto-protective, e g to gastric mucosa
{i} coxswain, person who steers a small boat
A coxcomb; a simpleton; a gull
In a rowing boat, the cox is the person who gives instructions to the rowers. To act as coxswain or serve as coxswain for. someone who controls the direction of a rowing boat, especially in races
{f} steer a small boat
(also coxwain) The only member of the crew to face forwards, the cox is responsible for steering the boat He or she also gives instructions to the crew, and may coach during training, and give encouragement during races Coxwains are also the only member of the crew obliged to wear a lifejacket See also coxless
Short for coxswain
Short for "coxswain", the person who steers the boat
Abbreviation for cyclooxygenase
Cox's Bazar District
One of the eleven districts in the Chittagong Division of Bangladesh
Cox's Orange Pippin
An English cultivar of eating apple
Cox's
a popular type of English apple, whose full name is 'Cox's orange pippin'
cox's orange pippin
a yellow Pippin with distinctive flavor
cox-2
an enzyme that makes prostaglandins that cause inflammation and pain and fever; "the beneficial effects of Nsaids result from their ability to block Cox-2"
cox-2 inhibitor
an anti-inflammatory drug that blocks Cox-2 activity without impeding the activity of Cox-1; "Cox-2 inhibitors reduce the symptoms of arthritis without endangering the stomach and kidneys
coxed
Simple past tense and past participle of cox. To have acted as a coxswain; to have steered a boat
coxed
Having a cox
James M Cox
born March 31, 1870, Jacksonburg, Ohio, U.S. died July 15, 1957, Dayton, Ohio U.S. politician. He worked as a reporter in Cincinnati before buying the Dayton News (1898) and Springfield Daily News (1903). A supporter of Woodrow Wilson, he served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1909-13) and then was elected governor of Ohio (1913-15, 1917-21), where he introduced workers' compensation and the minimum wage. He won the Democratic presidential nomination in 1920 but was defeated by Warren G. Harding in a Republican landslide
James Middleton Cox
born March 31, 1870, Jacksonburg, Ohio, U.S. died July 15, 1957, Dayton, Ohio U.S. politician. He worked as a reporter in Cincinnati before buying the Dayton News (1898) and Springfield Daily News (1903). A supporter of Woodrow Wilson, he served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1909-13) and then was elected governor of Ohio (1913-15, 1917-21), where he introduced workers' compensation and the minimum wage. He won the Democratic presidential nomination in 1920 but was defeated by Warren G. Harding in a Republican landslide
coxed
To have acted as a coxswain; past and past participle of "cox"; to have steered a boat
coxing
To act as a coxswain
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