ab

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Turkish - Turkish
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Vakar
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Irz, nâmus
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Cilâ. *Keskinlik
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İtibar
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Mc : Yağmur
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Su
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Letâfet, güzellik
Evrensel alıcı kan grubu
Su
English - English
antiballistic
Alberta, a province of Canada
afterburner
antibody
able-bodied seaman
Bachelor of Arts
also
A diminutive of the male given name Abner
military station for the Air Force, one of the centers for Air Force training and operations
In some American universities, an AB is the same as a BA. Variant of Av. An abscess caused by injecting an illegal drug, usually heroin. An abdominal muscle. Often used in the plural. about. a common type of blood
A blood type of the ABO system that has a both blood antigens and may receive all blood types, and donate to AB
At-bat
The highest socio-economic classification group
the blood group whose red cells carry both the A and B antigens
the muscles of the abdomen
Amplified Bible NT published 1958, completed Bible in 1964, revised 1987 First project of the Lockman Foundation (creators of the NASB) Unique in that alternative text is supplied parenthetically in many verses ( SAME: TAB, AMP SEE: NASB )
[Welsh son of] it is used before a vowell, which a is used before a consonant 'Ab Owen' becomes the surname 'Bowen' "Ap" or "ab" is not related to the Latin "ab", but is rather from the British "*mapos" meaning "son" and is a cognate of Irish "mac" The word becomes "map" in Old Welsh and "mab" in Modern Welsh When following a personal name the "m" lenites in a v-sound, still spelled "m" in Old Welsh, but increasingly spelled "v" and "f" later on The v-sound tends to be rather weak in Welsh (cf "tref" becoming "tre"), and in the highly formulaic nature of these names is lost
abbr Advisory Board
Allowed Benefit
a bachelor's degree in arts and sciences
A two part compositional form with an A theme and a B theme; the binary form consists of two distinct, self-contained sections that share either a character or quality (such as the same tempo, movement quality, or style)
Aid to the Blind See Public Assistance
A signal from a receiving device that indicates that it is ready to receive data
abbr Answer Back
Aid to the blind
a research method by which investigators systematically observe people while joining in their routine activities
A choreographic form in which the A part represents a phrase of specified length and the B part a different phrase of specified length The two A and B phrases are made to complement and enhance each other, but may deal with either two parts of the same theme or two different themes
{i} eleventh month of the Hebrew calendar
diminutive of Abraham
Automated Benefits   People who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) receive their food stamp benefits through the Food Stamp Automated Benefits Unit at state office
Aid to the Blind See Public Assistance (G)
Antibiotic
abdominal muscle FA - a tone of the scale OM - a mantra
At-Bats
antibodies ANCA anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies
air base
At Bats -- An official at-bat is the number of times a player went up to the plate to hit and did not walk, get hit by a pitch, sacrifice, or get interfered with by the catcher
A two-part compositional form with an A theme and a B theme; the binary form consists of two distinct, self-contained sections that share either a character or quality (such as the same tempo, movement quality, or style)
Automated Benefits   People who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) receive their food stamp benefits through the Food Stamp Automated Benefits Unit at state office
the eleventh month of the civil year; the fifth month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar (in July and August)
Ab ovo From the very beginning Stasinos, in the epic poem called the Little Iliad, does not rush in medias res, but begins with the eggs of Leda, from one of which Helen was born If Leda had not laid this egg, Helen would never have been born If Helen had not been born, Paris could not have eloped with her If Paris had not eloped with Helen, there would have been no Trojan War, etc
about
abort or abortion
It signifies from, away , separating, or departure, as in abduct, abstract, abscond
abdominal muscle
A prefix in many words of Latin origin
The fifth month of the Jewish year according to the ecclesiastical reckoning, the eleventh by the civil computation, coinciding nearly with August
An abscess caused by injecting an illegal drug, usually heroin
the blood group whose red cells carry both the A and B antigens the eleventh month of the civil year; the fifth month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar (in July and August)
ab initio
Refers to calculations from first principles, that is from basic laws without any further additional assumptions
ab initio
university Refers to a course taken with no prior qualifications
ab initio
Refers to the time from when a legal document comes into force
ab initio
From the Latin: from the beginning In modeling refers to models devised without experimental data?
ab initio
A Latin phrase meaning "from the beginning " A transaction or document from its inception
ab initio
Latin for "from the beginning "
ab initio
Formulated without experimental data Latin From the beginning
ab initio
Latin for "from scratch" or "from first principles" Means that all results are based on solutions of Schroedinger's Equation and the wavefunction(s) used No empirical data is used
ab initio
Molecular orbital Calculations which use all the molecular orbitals in a calculation, not just the valence electron orbitals Absolute configuration The way, in 3-dimensional space, in which 4 different substituents are arranged off a chiral carbon This can only be determined by X-ray Crystallography However other compounds which can be related to one with known configuration, by syntheses where there are no changes at a chiral centre, bcan also be assigned an absolute configuration
ab initio
at the beginning; "at first he didn't notice anything strange"
ab initio
(Latin) from the beginning
ab initio
Latin: from the start
ab initio
[Latin, from the beginning] used in situations regarding the validity of will, deed, or other legal document
ab initio
from the beginning
Turkish - English
(Politika, Siyaset) european union
a.b
(Hukuk) (Avrupa Birliği) EU (European Union)
poet. water
ab
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