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Arthur Kill Bridge
▪ bridge, Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States steel vertical-lift bridge, completed in 1959, spanning the Arthur Kill (channel) between Elizabeth, N.J., and Staten Island, ...
Arthur Koestler
➡ Koestler * * *
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
▪ museum, Washington, District of Columbia, United States        Smithsonian Institution museum located on the Mall (Mall, the) in Washington, D.C., noted for its ...
Arthur Miller
➡ Miller (I) * * *
Arthur Quiller-Couch
➡ Quiller-Couch * * *
Arthur Rackham
➡ Rackham * * *
Arthur Ransome
➡ Ransome * * *
Arthur Rubinstein
➡ Rubinstein (I) * * *
Arthur Scargill
➡ Scargill * * *
Arthur Sullivan
➡ Sullivan (I) * * *
Arthur Wellesley
➡ Wellington * * *
Arthur Whitten Brown
➡ Brown (I) * * *
Arthur's Pass
Mountain pass, Southern Alps, New Zealand. It lies at an altitude of 3,031 ft (924 m) at the northern end of the mountain range and provides the main railway and highway ...
Arthur, Chester A(lan)
born Oct. 5, 1829, North Fairfield, Vt., U.S. died Nov. 18, 1886, New York, N.Y 21st president of the U.S. (1881–85). He practiced law in New York City from 1854, later ...
Arthur, Chester A.
▪ president of United States in full  Chester Alan Arthur  born October 5, 1829, North Fairfield, Vermont, U.S. died November 18, 1886, New York, New York  21st president ...
Arthur, Ellen
▪ wife of Chester Arthur née  Ellen Lewis Herndon , byname  Nell  born August 30, 1837, Culpeper, Virginia, U.S. died January 12, 1880, New York, New York  wife of ...
Arthur, J.C.
▪ American botanist in full  Joseph Charles Arthur   born Jan. 11, 1850, Lowville, N.Y., U.S. died April 30, 1942, Lafayette, Ind.       American botanist who ...
Arthur, Jean
▪ American actress original name  Gladys Georgianna Greene   born Oct. 17, 1900, Plattsburgh, N.Y., U.S. died June 19, 1991, Carmel, Calif.  American film actress known for ...
Arthur, Sir George, 1st Baronet
▪ British official born June 21, 1784, Plymouth, Devon, Eng. died Sept. 19, 1854, London       colonial administrator who was governor of Van Diemen's Land (now ...
Arthur,Chester Alan
Arthur, Chester Alan. 1829-1886. The 21st President of the United States (1881-1885) who became President after the assassination of James A. Garfield. He supported the 1883 ...
/ahr thoor"ee euhn/, adj. of or pertaining to King Arthur, who, with his knights, formed the subject of a large part of medieval romance: Arthurian legends. [1850-55; ARTHUR + ...
Arthurian legend
Body of stories and medieval romances centring on the legendary English king Arthur. The stories chronicle Arthur's life, the adventures of his knights, and the adulterous love ...
Arthus phenomenon
▪ medicine       local swelling, redness, and tissue death following skin injection of soluble antigen into a subject previously immunized by a series of similar ...
Arthus' reaction
/ahr tooh"siz/, Immunol. a severe, local immune reaction to the injection of an antigen in a sensitized host. Also called Arthus' phenomenon. [after Nicolas-Maurice Arthus ...
▪ Hinduism and Jainism (Hindi),Sanskrit  Ārātrika,         in Hindu and Jaina rites, the waving of lighted lamps before an image of a god or a person to be ...
Artibonite River
River, Hispaniola Island. Rising in the Cordillera Central of the Dominican Republic, it flows along the Haitian border and then west and northwest into and through Haiti's ...
/ahr"ti chohk'/, n. 1. a tall, thistlelike composite plant, Cynara scolymus, native to the Mediterranean region, of which the numerous scalelike bracts and receptacle of the ...
/ahr"ti keuhl/, n., v., articled, articling. n. 1. a written composition in prose, usually nonfiction, on a specific topic, forming an independent part of a book or other ...
article of faith
a fundamental belief; tenet. Also called article of belief. [1400-50; late ME] * * *
/ahr"ti keuhld/, adj. bound by the terms of apprenticeship: an articled clerk. [1570-80; ARTICLE + -ED2] * * *
articleof faith
article of faith n. pl. articles of faith A very basic belief not to be doubted. * * *
(as used in expressions) Articles of Confederation Five Articles Oath Schmalkaldic Articles Thirteen Articles of Faith * * *
articles of agreement
Naut. a contract between the captain of a ship and a crew member regarding stipulations of a voyage, signed prior to and upon termination of a voyage. Also called shipping ...
Articles of Confederation
the first constitution of the 13 American states, adopted in 1781 and replaced in 1789 by the Constitution of the United States. * * * Early U.S. constitution (1781–89) under ...
Articles of Schwabach
▪ religion       early Lutheran confession of faith, written in 1529 by Martin Luther (Luther, Martin) and other Wittenberg theologians and incorporated into the ...
Articles of War
the body of laws and legal procedures of the U.S. Army and Air Force, replaced in 1951 by the Uniform Code of Military Justice. * * *
ar·tic·u·la·ble (är-tĭkʹyə-lə-bəl) adj. That can be articulated: vague, barely articulable thoughts. * * *
See articulately. * * *
—articularly, adv. /ahr tik"yeuh leuhr/, adj. of or pertaining to the joints. [1400-50; late ME < L articularis pertaining to the joints. See ARTICLE, -AR1] * * *
See articular. * * *
—articulable /ahr tik"yeuh leuh beuhl/, adj. —articulately, adv. —articulateness, articulacy /ahr tik"yeuh leuh see/, n. —articulative /ahr tik"yeuh lay'tiv, -leuh tiv/, ...
/ahr tik"yeuh lay'tid/, adj. 1. made clear or distinct: articulated sounds. 2. having a joint or joints; jointed: an articulated appendage. 3. (of a vehicle) built in sections ...
articulated joint
1. Anat. a flexible joint. 2. an artificial appendage, limb, or the like, esp. one activated and controlled by a computer, as the mechanical arm of a robot. 3. a device by which ...
articulated lorry
Brit. a tractor-trailer truck. * * *
See articulate. * * *
See articulately. * * *
—articulatory /ahr tik"yeuh leuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. —articulatorily, adv. /ahr tik'yeuh lay"sheuhn/, n. 1. an act or the process of articulating: the articulation of a ...
See articulatory. * * *
/ahr tik"yeuh lay'teuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that articulates. 2. Phonet. a movable organ, as the tongue, lips, or uvula, the action of which is involved in the production ...
See articulation. * * *
articulatory feature
Phonet. a property of a speech sound based on its voicing or on its place or manner of articulation in the vocal tract, as voiceless, bilabial, or stop used in describing the ...
articulatory phonetics
the branch of phonetics dealing with the motive processes and anatomy involved in the production of the sounds of speech. Cf. acoustic phonetics (def. 1), auditory phonetics, ...
/ahr"tee/ n. a male given name, form of Arthur. * * *
Artie Shaw
➡ Shaw (I) * * *
—artifactual /ahr'teuh fak"chooh euhl/, adj. /ahr"teuh fakt'/, n. 1. any object made by human beings, esp. with a view to subsequent use. 2. a handmade object, as a tool, or ...
/ahr'teuh fak tish"euhs/, adj. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of an artifact. [ARTIFACT + -ITIOUS] * * *
See artifact. * * *
/ahr"teuh fis/, n. 1. a clever trick or stratagem; a cunning, crafty device or expedient; wile. 2. trickery; guile; craftiness. 3. cunning; ingenuity; inventiveness: a ...
/ahr tif"euh seuhr/, n. 1. a person who is skillful or clever in devising ways of making things; inventor. 2. a skillful or artistic worker; craftsperson. [1350-1400; ME < AF ...
—artificially, adv. —artificialness, n. /ahr'teuh fish"euhl/, adj. 1. made by human skill; produced by humans (opposed to natural): artificial flowers. 2. imitation; ...
artificial aids
Manège. aid (def. 6b). [1930-35] * * *
artificial ankylosis
arthrodesis. * * *
artificial blood
a chemical emulsion, capable of carrying oxygen and carbon dioxide, for temporary use as a blood substitute in medical emergencies or when a patient objects to blood transfusions ...
artificial ear.
See cochlear implant. * * *
artificial eye
a manufactured eye of glass, plastic, or other material, usually hemispherical or cup-shaped, worn cosmetically over a blind eye or in the socket of a lost eye and sometimes ...
artificial gene
Genetics. a duplicate gene synthesized in the laboratory by combining nucleotides in a sequence characteristic of the copied gene. [1970-75] * * *
artificial gravity
a simulated gravity or sensation of weight established within a spacecraft by means of the craft's rotation, acceleration, or deceleration. [1955-60] * * *
artificial harmonics
Music. (used with a pl. v.) harmonics of a note produced on a stringed instrument by lightly touching a stopped sounded string. Cf. natural harmonics. * * *
artificial heart
any of various four-chambered devices, modeled on the human heart, that pump blood by attachment to a power source and that are constructed for temporary external use or for ...
artificial horizon
1. a level, as a surface of mercury, used in determining the altitudes of stars. Cf. level (def. 7). 2. the bubble in a sextant or octant for aerial use. 3. Also called flight ...
artificial insemination
the injection of semen into the vagina or uterus by means of a syringe or the like rather than by coitus. Abbr.: AI [1895-1900] * * * Introduction of semen into a female's ...
artificial intelligence
the capacity of a computer to perform operations analogous to learning and decision making in humans, as by an expert system, a program for CAD or CAM, or a program for the ...
artificial intelligence (AI)
Ability of a machine to perform tasks thought to require human intelligence. Typical applications include game playing, language translation, expert systems, and robotics. ...
artificial intelligence programming language
      a computer language developed expressly for implementing artificial intelligence (AI) research. In the course of their work on the Logic Theorist and GPS, two early ...
artificial intelligence, situated approach
      method of achieving artificial intelligence (AI). Traditional AI has by and large attempted to build disembodied intelligences whose only interaction with the world ...
artificial kidney
a mechanical device that operates outside the body and substitutes for the kidney by removing waste products from the blood. Also called hemodialyzer. Cf. dialysis (def. ...
artificial language
1. an invented language, as opposed to a hereditary one, intended for a special use, as in international communication, a secret society, or computer programming. 2. code (def. ...
artificial life
the simulation of any aspect of life, as through computers, robotics, or biochemistry. [1990-95] * * *
artificial organ
      any machine, device, or other material that is used to replace the functions of a faulty or missing organ or other part of the human body. Artificial organs include ...
artificial person
Law. See under person (def. 11). * * *
artificial radioactivity
Physics. radioactivity introduced into a nonradioactive substance by bombarding the substance with charged particles. Also called induced radioactivity. * * *
artificial reality.
See virtual reality. [1985-90] * * *
artificial respiration
the stimulation of natural respiratory functions in persons whose breathing has failed or in newborn infants by artificially forcing air into and out of the lungs. Cf. ...
artificial selection
a process in the breeding of animals and in the cultivation of plants by which the breeder chooses to perpetuate only those forms having certain desirable inheritable ...
artificial turf
any of various synthetic, carpetlike materials made to resemble turf and used as a playing surface for football and baseball fields, to cover patios, etc. [1960-65] * * *
artificial horizon n. An instrument displaying a line on a flight indicator that lies within the horizontal plane and about which the pitching and banking movements of an ...
artificial insemination n. Abbr. AI Introduction of semen into the vagina or uterus without sexual contact. * * *
artificial intelligence n. Abbr. AI 1. The ability of a computer or other machine to perform those activities that are normally thought to require intelligence. 2. The branch of ...
/ahr'teuh fish'ee al"i tee/, n., pl. artificialities. 1. artificial quality. 2. an artificial thing or trait: artificialities of speech. [1755-65; ARTIFICIAL + -ITY] * * *
artificial language n. An invented language based on a set of prescribed rules and developed for a specific purpose, such as international communication or computer ...

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