The newspaper received a lot of angry letters in reaction to the editorial about wasting too much money on the elderly.2. Having the ability to act and to move quickly in order to avoid some sudden danger: Because Shirley was such a good driver, her quick reactions when another car was coming towards her on the wrong side of the road saved her and her sisters life.
This is one of the functional variables measured by polygraphs.
2. Warm-blooded animals; such as, birds or mammals; maintaining a body temperature largely independent of the temperature of the environment; homoiothermic.
3. Characterized by, or attended with, the absorption of heat.
4. Also known as homoiotherm.
The most serious is the response of the recipient when incompatible blood is administered, in which case massive intravascular (occurring within blood vessels) clumping and lysis (destruction) of red blood cells occur.
An unwanted effect caused by the administration of a drug. The onset of the adverse reaction may be sudden or develop over time.