A treatise or dissertation on the nature and quality of salts.
haplography (s) (noun)
, haplographies (pl)
1. The accidental contraction or omission in writing or copying of one or more adjacent and similar letters, syllables, words, or lines: Some examples of haplography include "philogy" for "philology" or "mispell" instead of "misspell".
2. Etymology: from Greek haplous>, "single" + -graphy, "write".
A machine employing a glycerin-coated layer of gelatin in order to make copies of typed or written material.
1. An instrument for drawing spiral lines on a plane.
2. An instrument for drawing helices.
1. An instrument that reflects sunlight to a remote station; used especially in signaling and surveying.
2. Name given to an engraving obtained by a process in which a specially prepared plate is acted on chemically by exposure to light.
3. An apparatus for taking photographs of the sun.
4. An instrument for measuring the intensity of sunlight.
1. A reference to an apparatus that takes photographs of the sun.
2. Relating to an instrument that measures the intensity of sunlight.
1. The use of a signaling device that uses flashes of sunlight.
Two mirrors reflect sunlight on a distant point through a shutter so that messages may be transmitted in telegraphic code.
2. A process where an instrument records the amount and duration of sunshine, often on a strip of blueprint paper.
The description of the liver, its attachments and functions; radiography of the liver.
A treatise or written documentation about heresies.
The radiographic depiction of a hernia aided by an injection of contrast medium into the sac.
1. A description of serpents; such as, snakes.
2. A description of the herpes disease.
A biography written by another person as opposed to an autobiography.
1. Referring to spelling that differs from that which is correct according to current usage; “incorrect” spelling.
2. Characterized by irregular and inconsistent spelling.
1. Spelling that differs from that which is correct according to current usage; incorrect spelling.
2. Irregular and inconsistent spelling.
A sacred inscription or symbol: a hieroglyph.
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