Pertaining to or affected by angiosclerosis.
Relating to or characterized by vasospasm or a sudden constriction of a blood vessel, causing a reduction in blood flow.
Resulting from or associated with distension of blood vessels.
1. Tending to increase vascular tension.
2. Vasotonic, the normal degree of vigor and tension of vessels.
1. Not harmonic.
2. A reference to an oscillating system that is not undergoing simple harmonic motion.
Not hemolytic or not destructive of blood corpuscles.
1. An agent that reduces, prevents, or stops sweating.
2. Denoting a reduction or absence of sweat glands, characteristic of congenital ectodermal defect and anhidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.
Not icteric; without icterus; not associated with jaundice.
animatronics (an" uh muh TRAHN iks) (pl) (noun) (a plural used as a singular)
The use of computer technology and a form of radio control to give life to puppets or other non-living, lifeless, or inanimate forms: One application of animatronics
is to operate robots; especially, for use in films or other kinds of entertainment.
Jackie was fascinated by animatronics when she visited the film museum where there was a live presentation which showed the visitors how it worked to vitalize wooden figures on the stage.
The term animatronics is a blend of the words "animated" and "electronics".
animistic (AN uh mis tik) (adjective)
, more animistic, most animistic
1. Pertaining to the soul, spirit, or mind; psychic: In church, the congregation sang spiritual or animistic songs.
2. Etymology: from Latin animus, "the mind" with several other meanings: "the rational soul in man, intellect, consciousness, spirit, sensibility, feeling, passion, pride, vehemence, wrath, etc., the breath, life, soul"
Pertaining to crystals or compounds in which the ionic bonds are unequal in strength.
Of unequal measurement, consisting of unequal or nonsymmetrical parts.
Of unequal measurement.
Differing in shape, size, or structure.
Of unequal strength; denoting two muscles or groups of muscles that are either paired or are antagonists.