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(Greek: after, behind, beyond; changed in form, altered; higher [used to designate a higher degree of a branch of science])
(Greek: backward; behind, at the back, after, posterior)
(Latin: after, behind, later, subsequent)
(Latin: after, behind, following; denoting relationship to the posterior or back part)
(having a "bird brain" may be a good thing, after all)
(Modern Latin: named after the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research at Dubna, Russia; radioactive metal)
(Modern Latin: chemical element; named after gadolinite, a mineral named for Johan Gadolin (1760-1852), a Finnish chemist and mineralogist; rare earth)
(Modern Latin: chemical element; Gallia, the Latin name for the area that became France after the fall of the Roman Empire; metal)
(Named after the Italian physician and physicist who investigated the nature and effects of what he conceived to be electricity in animal tissue; who in 1762 discovered and first described voltaic electricity; electric currents; and primarily, direct electrical current.)
(Latin: to make a collection; to gather what is left after the reapers)
(Greek: a suffix that forms nouns and is usually used to form names of arts and sciences)
(Greek: breast; the front of the human chest and either of two soft rounded organs on each side of the chest in women and men; however, with women the organs are more prominent and produce milk after childbirth; also, a milk-producing gland in mammals that corresponds to the human breast)
(Latin: to aim at, aim for, go toward; to seek, seek out, ask, request; strive after)
(situation in which less and less is done by more and more officials; government agency where after all is said and done, more is said than done)
(an agency where after all is said and done, more is said than done.)
(what happens after graduation from school, college, or other institution)
(a belief that teaches people to spend the best parts of their lives preparing to avoid the worst that could come after this life)
(Latin: to look after, watch over; watcher, guardian)
Word Entries containing the term: “after
aftersensation, after-sensation (s) (noun); aftersensations, after-sensations (pl)
A subjective persistence of feeling something even after a stimulus has ceased to exist or is no longer there: During her physiotherapy appointments, Susan was given electric stimulation for her injured muscles and she said that she could usually feel the aftersensation of the electric stimulation which made her muscles feel relaxed.
Benign is what a person becomes after he or she is eight.
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Chickens, which are raised for eggs and meat, are the most popular animals that are eaten by people before they become little babies (as eggs) and after they are older and butchered for food.
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electroacupuncture after Voll , EAV
A system of diagnosis and treatment based on the measurement of the electrical characteristics of acupoints (specific sites for needle insertions), the results being used to determine a specific remedy based on the diagnosed research.

The term was named for Dr. Reinhold Voll, who in 1939, started to apply electroacupuncture in his medical practice and in 1953, together with engineer F. Verner, started to develop his special method of electroacupuncture.

Electroacupuncture, also known as electroacupuncture according to Voll (EAV), electrodermal screening (EDS), bioelectric functions diagnosis (BFD), bio resonance therapy (BRT), or bio-energy regulatory technique (BER), is a controversial alternative medicine method of using electrodiagnostic devices to diagnose and to treat "energy imbalance" often using homeopathic products, first used by Reinhold Voll by combining acupuncture with galvanometer (detects, measures, and determines the direction of a small electric current) in 1958.

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Suburbia: Where they cut down the trees and then name streets after them.
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You can usually count on Americans to do the right thing; after they have tried everything else.
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Word Entries at Get Words containing the term: “after
A man after his own heart (Samuel 13:14 or Acts 13:22)
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It doesn’t do much good to lock the barn door after the horse is stolen.
Don’t lock the barn door after the horse is stolen.

Of little value his compunctions
Who assumes clavinous functions
When once from circumambient pen,
Is snatched its equine denizen.