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Ambe

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  1. Ambe: An ambe, in anatomy, is a superficial jutting out of a bone.
  2. ambE is a gene.

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Google previewThe Philosophical Transactions (from the Year ... to the Year ...) Abridged and Disposed Under General Heads (1747)

by Royal Society (London)

The Necessity osthis Management with our Ambe is a Demonstration, that it is far from having that capital Fault with which M. Prlit reproaches the Ambr of Hippocrates, 'viz. ** That it pushes the Head '5 of the Bone into it's Cavity, before the ...

Google previewThe Seven Books of Paulus Aegineta (1846)

But if, owing to the oldness of the accident, or the hardness of the body, we find the reduction difficult, we must have recourse to the method by the means of the instrument called ambe. The ambe is a piece of wood about two cubits in length, ...

Google previewPhilosophical Transactions, Giving Some Accompt of the Present Undertakings, Studies, and Labours of the Ingenious in Many Considerable Parts of the World (1744)

The Necessity of this Management with our Ambe is a Demonstration, that it is far from having that capital Fault with which M. Tetit reproaches the Ambe of Hippocrates : viz. u That it pushes the " Head of the ...

Google previewMemoir of an Executive Admiral (2014)

by Ba Raji

NNS Ambe is a landing ship, tank (LST), with a rollon/rolloff capability and was built by the shipbuilding company Blohm +Voss of Germany. It was commissioned on 15 July 1976. As an LST, the ship's main purpose is to support amphibious ...

Google previewConvergence and Hybrid Information Technology (2012)

6th International Conference, ICHIT 2012, Daejeon, Korea, August 23-25, 2012. Proceedings by Geuk Lee, Daniel Howard, Jeong Jin Kang, Dominik Slezak

AMBE is a metric designed to assess the brightness preservation between the input and output images. Compared with the existing methods, MEDHS has the smallest AMBE value, which implies that MEDHS is the best method to preserve the ...

Google previewThe Seven Books (1846)

In 3 Vol

But if, owing to the oldness of the accident, or the hardness of the body, we find the reduction diflicult, we must have recourse to the method by the means of the instrument called ambe. The ambe is a piece of wood about two cubits in length, ...

Google previewSharing Our Success (2007)

More Case Studies in Aboriginal Schooling by George Taylor Fulford, Jackie Moore Daigle

For example, AMBE is a band-operated board ...

Google previewProceedings of the Canadian Institute, Toronto, Being a Continuation of "The Canadian Journal of Science, Literature and History." (1881)

ambe Turano ardura no : ambe means great in Et ruscan. See note on ambat, Left Side, 17-20. Turano is governed in the genitive of position by ardura. a Basque word moaning care, which is itself governed by the postposition no, ...

Google previewAdvances in Computing, Control and Communication Technology (2016)

by R.R. Tewari, Abhay Kumar Rai

Lower AMBE means original brightness is better preserved yields better quality output. Table 3 shows the AMBE values of the enhancement results obtained using ESIHE method and proposed method. From the table it is said that proposed ...

Google previewLexicon Physico-medicum (1794)

Or, A New Medicinal Dictionary. Explaining the Difficult Terms Used in the Several Branches of the Profession, and in Such Parts of Natural Philosophy, as are Introductory Thereto. With an Account of the Things Signified by Such Terms. Collected from the Most Eminent Authors by John Quincy

Ambe, auĉn, a lip, edge, or border, an inftrument used in dislocations of the humerus. Galen explains the word ambe, by oppvaềx; szravaçarış, an eminence like a border, and fays that the whole machine takes that name, because its extremity ...

Google previewThe American Medical Lexicon (1811)

On the Plan of Quincy's Lexicon Physico-medicum, with Many Retrenchments, Additions, and Improvements; Comprising an Explanation of the Etymology and Signification of the Terms Used in Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, Materia Medica, Chemistry, and the Practice of Physic. Compiled from the Most Approved Authorities

Ambe, awen, a lifi, edge, or bonder, an instrument used in dislocations of the humerus. Galen explains the word ambe, by appvel»ns srazyaraais, an eminence like a border, and says that the whole machine takes that name, because its ...

Google previewA Dictionary of All Officers (1853)

Who Have Been Commissioned, Or Have Been Appointed and Served, in the Army of the United States, Since the Inauguration of Their First President in 1789, to the First January, 1853,--with Every Commission of Each;--including the Distinguished Officers of the Volunteers and Militia of the States, and of the Navy and Marine Corps, who Have Served with the Land Forces ... by Charles Kitchell Gardner

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Indian Cinema (2014)

by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Paul Willemen

Jai Ambe ( Shanti Kumar,H, 1957) Jai Ambe Maa (aka SatiAhilya: Jal, H,1977) Jai Baba Amarnath (B.R. ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of E-Collaboration (2007)

by Kock, Ned

Transactional leadership includes four behaviors: contingent reward, active management by exception (AMBE), passive management by exception (PMBE), and laissez-faire. Contingent reward, unequivocally, presents the expected output ...

Google previewBushman dictionary

by D.F. Bleek

ambe, no. [Ny. ambe] NIII. (D.B.) -eme,f. ending to v. CIII. (D.B.) Ex.: |ki-ame ssta, akwitibe --- look at the moon, women. ami, there. CIII.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica or a Dictionary of Arts and Sciences [...] (1771)

AMBE, in surgery, an instrument for reducing dislocated bones. Ambe, in anatomy, a term for the superficial jutting out of a bone. AMBER, svecinum, or eleftruin, in natural-history, a hard bituminous inflammable substance, brittle, ...

Google previewThe Physical Dictionary ... The Sixth Edition: with the Addition of Many Thousand Terms of Art, and Their Explanation ... Also a Catalogue of the Characters Us'd in Physick, Etc (1715)

by Steven BLANCKAERT

Ambe, a fuperficial jutting out of the Bones: Also a Chirurgeon's Instrument, with which disjointed Bones are fet again. Amblofus,the fame withAbortus. Amblotica, Medicines which cause Abortion, as are all Diureticks. . ' Amblyopia, dulness of ...

Google previewThe Physical Dictionary, Wherein the Terms of Anatomy, the Names and Causes of Diseases, Chirurgical Instruments, and Their Use, are Accurately Described ... The Seventh Edition, Etc (1726)

by Steven BLANCKAERT

Ambe, a superficial jutting out of the Bones: Also a Chirurgeon's Instrument,with which disjointed Bones are fet again. Amblofis,the fame with Abortus. Amblotica, Medicines which cause Abortion,asareall Diureticks. Amblyopia, dulnefs of Sight, ...

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