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sivri kemer
{i} bisturi
(Diş Hekimliği) 1 yumuşak doku kesmeye yarayan bıçak benzeri el aleti. 2. Parmağı kan almak için delmekte kullanılan kesici alet
sivri kavisli dar pencere
(İnşaat) sivri pencere
(İnşaat) sivri kavis
lancet arch
sivri kemer
lancet arch
sivri kavis
lancet window
sivri kemerli pencere
lancet window
sivri kavisli pencere
lancet window
sivri pencere
blood lancet
(Tıp) kan testi iğne ucu
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A fleam
A sharp, pointed, two-edged surgical instrument used in venisection and for opening abscesses etc
{n} a surgical instrument to let blood
a British magazine for doctors and other people in the medical profession, produced by the British Medical Association. The Lancet provides reports on recent developments, new drugs and medical treatments etc. JAMA New England Journal of Medicine, the
{i} sharp two-edged surgical tool
An iron bar used for tapping a melting furnace
A short pointed blade used to obtain a drop of blood; it has a guard above the blade that prevents a deep incision
A fine, sharp-pointed blade or needle for pricking the skin
A pointed window frame of a medieval Gothic cathedral
A sharp pointed, two edged surgical instrument used in venisection and for opening abscesses etc
A surgical instrument of various forms, commonly sharp-pointed and two-edged, used in venesection, and in opening abscesses, etc
[n] an ornament that is narrow and pointed like the end of a spear
a simple narrow window with a pointed arch
a surgical knife with a pointed double-edged blade; used for punctures and small incisions
a spring-loaded device used to prick the skin with a small needle to obtain a drop of blood for blood glucose monitoring
A narrow pointed window
an acutely pointed Gothic arch, like a lance
Long, narrow window with pointed head
lancet arch
A sharp pointed arch used in doors and windows, etc. This type of architecture was peculiar to England in the 13th Century
lancet arch
An arch that is narrow and pointed like the head of a spear
lancet arch
an acutely pointed Gothic arch, like a lance
lancet fish
Either of two large, elongated marine fishes (Alepisaurus ferox or A. brevirostris) having long sharp teeth, a large dorsal fin, and no scales
lancet window
A tall, narrow window set in a lancet arch
lancet window
a narrow window having a lancet arch and without tracery
A lancet
A lancet
The Lancet
British medical journal established in 1823, published weekly from New York and London. Its founder and first editor, Thomas Wakley, considered at the time a radical reformer, stated that the intent of the new journal was to report on hospital lectures and describe important cases of the day. It has since played a significant role in medical and hospital reform movements in Britain and has become a highly prestigious medical journal around the world
plural of lancet



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    /ˈlansət/ /ˈlænsət/

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    [ 'lan(t)-s&t ] (noun.) 15th century. From Old French lancette diminutive of lance

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