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pussy. quim. cunt. snatch. female genital organ.
The first person singular of the verb be, in the indicative mode, present tense.
a radioactive transuranic metallic element; discovered by bombarding uranium with helium atoms. a master's degree in arts and sciences. modulation of the amplitude of the carrier wave.
Amplitude Modulation, as employed in AM radio broadcast This modulation varies a carrier signal's amplitude or magnitude to encode it with the desired broadcast signal The encoded signal is then broadcast at the station's designated carrier frequency A radio receiver detecting that signal demodulates it or separates the desired modulation component from the carrier.
Ammeter or Amplitude Modulation.
Amplitude Modulation The simplest carrier modulation technique where the RF carrier's amplitude envelope is modulated.
Amplitude Modulation. abbr Amplitude Modulation.
Amplitude Modulation Modulation technique whereby information is conveyed through the amplitude of the carrier signal Compare with FM and PAM See also modulation.
Amplitude Modulation A method of broadcasting radio signals.
Amplitude modulation; a method of broadcasting in which the desired audio or video signal modulates the amplitude of a 'carrier' signal Analog Information that is reproduced using a continuously varying electronic signal.
Amplitude Modulation AM is the standard broadcast transmission system used by the majority of licensed radio stations The term is commonly used to differentiate between AM and FM radio.
A modulation technique used to add information to a sine-wave signal; the magnitude of the sine wave, or carrier, is modified in accordance with the information to be transmitted.
Amplitude modulation of radio waves.
Amplitude modulation Used for radio broadcasts, usually in the MW and SW bands. amplitude modulation A modulation technique by which information is conveyed through the amplitude of the carrier signal Compare with FM and PAM See also modulation.
Amplitude modulation A method of operation for transmitting signals by radio waves, used in medium wave broadcasting.
at , on the.
but. only. however. if. yet.
but. yet. still. above all. a blind man. sightless.
American Medical Association.
The American Medical Association.
American Management Association.
Association of Metropolitan Authorities.
American Motorcyclist Association.
Against Medical Advice. abbr Automatic Messaging Account.
Against medical advice, notation made in the record of a patient who leaves an inpatient setting against the physician's advice.
Automatic Message Accounting.
The Academy Of Model Aeronautics The official national body for model aviation in the United States AMA sanctions more than a thousand model competitions throughout the country each year, and certifies official model flying records on a national and international level. Association of Metropolitan Authorities.
Academy of Model Aeronautics This is the largest formal association of model aircraft builders in the U S The AMA promotes model aviation in a variety of ways.
The Academy Of Model Aeronautics The official national body for model aviation in the United States AMA sanctions more than a thousand model competitions throughout the country each year, and certifies official model flying records on a national and international level.
Automatic Message Accounting. aquaculture management area.
Automatic Message Accounting See Call Detail Record.
Actuator Mechanism Assembly.
goal. aim. target. ideal. intention. will. bourn. bourne. cause. consummation. design. destination. dream. drift. function. idea. intent. meaning. mission. object. objective. point. purpose. scope. sense. terminus. turn. use. view. wherefore.
aim. cause. end. function. goal. intent. object. objective. point. purpose. sake. target. use. intention.
purpose. aim. goal. objective. cause. design. end. intent. meaning. object. terminus. view.
intend. aim at. fasten on. purpose. will. work up. zero in on.
aim. to aim. to intend. to purpose.
to aim at. to purpose. to intend. aim. plan on. will.
purposeful. having a purpose.
having a specified goal.
aimless. blind. desultory. meaningless. purposeless. senseless. shiftless.
ready. at the disposal of. prepared for. on toast.
quarter. oh! help! for goodness sake!. pardon. mercy.
abbr Amananth. my littlest baby boy. dragon.
deadly. merciless. without remorse. close. implacable. inexorable. ruthless. stern. unappeasable. unpitying.
grim. merciless. relentless. ruthless. stern. stony. cruel.
cruel. merciless. inexorable. cutthroat. implacable. unrelenting.
amateur. hobbyist. dabbler. dilettante.
package. packing. wrapping.
packing. boxing. package.
to make up in packages. to do the packing.
storehouse. store. storeroom. warehouse. hold. barn. bin. depository. hutch. larder. office. repository. silo. stock room. storage.
barn. depot. magazine. repository. storage. store. storehouse. storeroom. warehouse.
granary. grain cellar. warehouse. trucking firm. hold. bin. bunker. storage closeout. crib. depository. depositee. depot. storage depot. hutch. locker. repository. staple. staple house. stock room. storage yard. store. store shed. store warehouse.
storekeeper. warehouse official. trucker.
avuncular. paternal uncle. uncle.
uncle. uncle. a familiar address to an older man.
uncle. collateral ancestors. related in the collateral line. special cousins.
Amateur Motorcycle Association.
Australian Maritime Safety Authority.
The Alaskan Malamute Club of America is the 'parent' club for the Malamute breed in the USA Club members are expected to follow a Code of Ethics in breeding and competing with Alaskan Malamutes The AMCA and it's members are also responsible for maintaining the Breed Standard The AMCA offers much information for the person new to the Malamute breed, as well as for those involved for many years A monthly newsletter , Specialty shows and events, yearly awards, working titles and more are available to those interested Read more about the AMCA.
diarrhea. diarrhoea. catharsis. act. action. runs.
act. action. deed fiil. practice. performance. diarrhoea. diarrhea. the runs. the trots.
act. action. practice. performance. diarrhea. deed.
workman. worker. laborer. labourer. coolie. hobo. hodman. peon.
worker. workman. labourer.
worker. hand. manual worker.
workfolks work folk.
operating room. theater. theatre. operating theater. operating theatre. surgery.
theatre. operating theatre.
operating room. operating theater. operating theatre. operating theater theatre.
amphitheatre. theater. theatre. lecture theater. lecture theatre.
lecture room. amphitheater.
causa. factor. agent. reason. motive. course. element.
antrieb. moment. faktor. ursache.
masterful. commander. in charge. chief. overman. overlord.
chief. governor. superior. commanding. imperative.
One of the Mohammedan nobility of Afghanistan and Scinde.
Same as Ameer.
supervisor. superior. chief. commander. boss. commandant. imperative. immediate manager. president. top brass.
Literally, commander In many of the Arab states of the gulf, amir often means ruler or prince.
Strictly speaking, commander In Saudi Arabia, amir often means prince, but can mean governor of a province.
Leader or commander. blue. an independent ruler or chieftain.
admiral. flag- list. flag officer.
public. general. the public. community.
nurse , wet nurse.
ammonia. ammonia water.
amortization. depreciation. redemption. degressive depreciation. wear and tear.
depreciation amortisation. amortization. depreciation. redemption.
shock absorber. damper.
shock absorber. damper. dashpot.
ammeter. ammeter amperölçer. akımölçer.
ampoule. bulb. bulb. boobs.
Same as Ampulla, 2.
light bulb. electric bulb. ampoule. ampul. ampule. vial. glass bulb. lamp.
a small bottle that contains a drug.
asbestos. rock wool. slag wool.
asbestos rockwood. amianthus. mineral wool.
absence of any goal.
An alloy of mercury with another metal or metals; as, an amalgam of tin, bismuth, etc.
A mixture or compound of different things.
A native compound of mercury and silver.
To amalgamate. a combination or blend of diverse things; 'his theory is an amalgam of earlier ideas' an alloy of mercury with another metal used by dentists to fill cavities in teeth; except for iron and platinum all metals dissolve in mercury and chemists refer to the resulting mercury mixtures as amalgams.
Typical silver colored filling made of mix of silver, tin, mercury, and some other trace elements like copper Advantages- placement easier than other materials, cost Disadvantages-color, breaks down in mouth releasing mercury and other trace metals Stains teeth over time.
Typical silver colored filling made of mix of silver, tin, mercury, and some other trace elements like copper Advantages- placement easier than other materials, cost Disadvantage- color, breaks down 10-20 years.
An alloy or union of mercury with another metal; gold or other metal that has been coated with mercury by adhesion.
Typical silver colored filling made of mix of silver, tin, mercury, and some other trace elements like copper Advantages- placement easier than other materials, cost Disadvantages- expansion/contraction of metallic substance, color, breaks down in 10-20 years, just plain ugly.
A dental filling material, composed of mercury, silver and other metals, used to fill teeth.
A mixture of different elements.
A mixture with mercury and silver, gold, copper or another metal, known since classical times A major use is in dentistry.
A silver filling material.
A silver colored dental filling made of mix of silver, tin, mercury, and some other trace elements like copper Advantages- placement easier than other materials, cost Disadvantage- color, breaks down 10-20 years.
Typical silver coloured filling made of mix of silver, tin, mercury, and some other trace elements like copper Advantages- placement easier than other materials, cost Disadvantage- colour, breaks down 10-20 years.
An alloy containing mercury.
A physical alloy of mercury with one or more other metals. a mixture of silver and mercury that has been used for fillings since the mid 1800s Expands and contracts over time eventually damaging or fracturing the tooth Definitely not part of 21st century dentistry.
A mixture of silver, mercury, and other metals that is used to fill cavities in teeth.
The combination of mercury with one or another metals after milling, generally gold.
Silver-colored filling material.
Tooth filling. the most common material used for fillings, also called silver fillings; a mixture of mercury , silver, tin, copper and zinc used for fillings.
Silver-mercury alloy used for dental purposes.
A dental filling material, composed of mercury and other minerals, used to fill decayed teeth.
An alloy containing mercury. an alloy of mercury with another metal used by dentists to fill cavities in teeth; except for iron and platinum all metals dissolve in mercury and chemists refer to the resulting mercury mixtures as amalgams. a combination or blend of diverse things; 'his theory is an amalgam of earlier ideas'.
oh my!. what now!.
One of a fabulous race of female warriors in Scythia; hence, a female warrior.
A tall, strong, masculine woman; a virago.
A name numerous species of South American parrots of the genus Chrysotis mainly green tropical American parrots a major South American river; flows into the South Atlantic; the world's 2nd longest river one of a nation of women warriors of Scythia a large strong and aggressive woman.
a large strong and aggressive woman. one of a nation of women warriors of Scythia. a major South American river; flows into the South Atlantic; the world's 2nd longest river. mainly green tropical American parrots.
to pack. to wrap up.
to pack. to wrap. bundle up.
in bulk. without packing.
ambergris. scent. perfume. fragrance.
A yellowish translucent resin resembling copal, found as a fossil in alluvial soils, with beds of lignite, or on the seashore in many places.
It takes a fine polish, and is used for pipe mouthpieces, beads, etc., and as a basis for a fine varnish.
By friction, it becomes strongly electric.
Amber color, or anything amber-colored; a clear light yellow; as, the amber of the sky.
The balsam, liquidambar.
Consisting of amber; made of amber.
Resembling amber, especially in color; amber- colored.
To scent or flavor with ambergris; as, ambered wine.
To preserve in amber; as, an ambered fly. a deep yellow color; 'an amber light illuminated the room'; 'he admired the gold of her hair' a hard yellowish to brownish translucent fossil resin; used for jewelry a medium to dark brownish yellow color.
ambergris. scent. perfume.
a deep yellow color; 'an amber light illuminated the room'; 'he admired the gold of her hair'. a hard yellowish to brownish translucent fossil resin; used for jewelry. a medium to dark brownish yellow color.
The first shadow of the primal plane of Order, the city of A is the archtype of all cities The Palace of A is the seat of the King of A , the ruler of Order.
A fossilised resin from ancient trees It is clear, translucent, varying in colour from yellow to brown From it are carved beautiful and expensive pipe stems.
Naturally occurring, yellow to gold gemstone, fairly soft, which is the fossilized remains of tree resin Used in jewelry, mostly in the Roman period. A chromatic color of glass or plastic containers It is used principally to protect the contents of the container from exposure to light.
The molecular modeling package AMBER produces an output that it refers to as 'PDB' but differs from true PDB in several areas, enough so to warrant a separate set of handling routines.
A very hard fossilized plant resin Yellowish in color it is often used for semiprecious gem stones. one of the four only true realities, all else is but an influence reflection or shadow of these realities The second oldest of the known realities Amber is the representation of order, their power is based on the pattern.
A brown color of glass that absorbs nearly all radiation with wavelengths shorter than 450mm Amber glass offers excellent protection from ultraviolet radiation This is critical for products such as beer and certain drugs.
Assisted Model Building with Energy Refinement molecular simulation programs.
Lifts the spirits High electrical charge for positive energy Harmonizes Yin and Yang Powerful healing stone with large amount of organic energy In ancient times, ground to a powder and mixed with honey or oil of roses for various physical problems Filters germs and infections and has the power to disinfect Worn around the neck to help fight infection and respiratory diseases PLANET: Mercury.
Obtained from fir trees Gives a fragrance a very rich, warm fragrance tone It is commonly used in fragrances that fall into the 'oriental' category.
Amber is a fossilised resin The most commonly found colours are brown and yellow However, there are also specimens found in red, green and close to white. a hard, translucent, yellow, orange, or brownish-yellow fossil resin, used for making jewelry and other ornamental objects Formed from hardened tree resin, amber is a valuable fossil record of ancient flora and fauna - many species have been found trapped inside amber chunks dating over hundred of millions yrs old. brittle, feels like glass to the teeth - Usually used with meerschaum pipes.
VLTI Instrument. light yellowish-brown.
New name for Acrobat See entry above. a white wine gets approximately this colour after a long ageing or an early oxidation.
A lager, or an ale, with a colour halfway between pale and dark.
Fossilized resin of conifer trees Colors range from honey through yellow to reddish brown.
A student at Sunnydale High School, Amber was seen in 'The Witch' trying out for the cheerleading team, during which she spontaneously combusted due to a witch's spell She trained with one of the best cheerleading coaches money could buy , and the rumor is that she's so good, she turned the Lakers down She's an average student who got detention once for smoking.
Danburite Lapis Lazuli Periclase Tourmaline.
A translucent fossilised resin that comes in a range of colours including, yellows, reds, whites, blacks and blues When rubbed, amber produces static electricity The best quality amber is clear.
Lightweight fossilized sap, resin, or gum from ancient trees, which can be cut, etched, faceted, or carved Amber can be translucent or opaque and range in color from shades of yellow, brown, and red to gray or green.
emblem. emblem belirtke.
ambulance. blood-wagon. casualty department.
being a worker/labourer.
practical. applied. functional. operational. operative.
surgical. operating. operation.
operation. surgery. operation.
surgical operation. performance. practice.
person who has undergone a surgical operation.
unbleached and coarse calico.
A friend; a Spanish term applied in the Philippine Islands to friendly natives. a friend or comrade.
cheer-leader. cheerleader. cheer leader.
a friend or comrade.
dictatorial. lordly. magisterial.
authority. superiority in rank.
vulgarly. vulgar. common.
but. yet. still.
An abbes or spiritual mother.
public administration. local government.
common good. public benefit. public interest.
god of love; counterpart of Greek Eros.
paying off. the smallest prize.
the smallest prize. redemption of a bond issue.
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