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Acroma

Place

Acroma is a town in northeastern Libya in Butnan District. It is about 28 km west of Tobruk, and was the scene of heavy fighting during World War II. Here on April 17, 1917 a deal, the Acroma pact, was signed by the Italian government and Mohammed Idris. The pact was an ambiguous ceasefire recognizing a de facto authority for Idris in Cyrenaica, while not excluding the overall Italian territorial sovereignty.

Group

Acroma is an alternative rock band originally formed in Salt Lake City, Utah. They released one album, Orbitals in 2003 on Universal Records, before disbanding shortly afterwards.

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Google previewPocket Medical Dictionary for the Use of Students of Medicine (1891)

Containing Ten Thousand Words, Including All the Essential Terms Used in Medicine and the Allied Sciences by Charles Gatchell

Acromas'ttum. The nipple. Acroni'ion. The projecting process of the scapula. Acroma'Ilia. Incurable mania. Acrom'phalus. The center of the navel, to which the cord is ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Dental Science, Biography, Bibliography and Medical Terminology (1849)

by Chapin Aaron Harris

ACROMA'NIA. From axpos, extreme, and wavia, madness. Incurable madness. ACRO'MIAL. Jlcromialis. Pertaining to the acromion. AcRoM1AL ARTERY. scapular artery. AcRoMo-CoRAcord. Belonging or relating to the acromion and ...

Google previewThe Etymological Encyclopaedia of Technical Words and Phrases (1832)

Used in the Arts and Sciences, and of Many Words in Common Use, with Popular Quotations from Foreign Languages, and Their Translations. From the Best Authorities by Daniel Jay Browne

AcRoma TICAL, adj.

Google previewA Pocket Medical Dictionary (1895)

Giving the Pronunciation and Definition of about 12,000 of the Principal Words Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences ... by George Milbry Gould

Acroma'nia. Incurable insanity. Acromega'lia. Abnormal development of the extremities. Acromeg'aly. Same as Acromegalia, q. v. Acro'mion. The process at ...

Google previewLexicon Medicum, Or, Medical Dictionary (1845)

Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy, Botany, Chemistry, Materia Medica, Midwifery, Mineralogy, Pharmacy, Physiology, Practice of Physic, Surgery, and the Various Branches of Natural Philosophy Connected with Medicine ... by Robert Hooper

ACROMA'NIA. (From axpos, extreme, and pavia, madness.) Total or incurable madness. ACRO'MION. (From axpov, extremity, and whos, the shoulder.) A process of lue scapula or shouiuerblade. See Scapula. ACROMPHA'LIUM. ( Axpoupa ...

Google previewMedical Lexicon. A New Dictionary of Medical Science, containing a concise account of the various subjects and terms, ... and formulae for ... preparations etc. Third edition (1844)

ACROMA, Calvities. PHALAUROSlS, Calvities. PHALACROTIS, Alnpecia. PH ALAIA. A barbarous term, employed by Basil Valentine to designate a universal mediClnl" (If panacea. PHALflNGES DES DOIG'TS, Phalnnges of the fingers—p.

Google previewA practical medical dictionary ... (1914)

by Thomas Lathrop Stedman

acroma'nia [G. akros, extreme, + mania, frenzy.] Excessively violent ...

Google previewDictionary of Scientific Terms (1869)

by P. Austin Nuttall

Acroma'nia (Gr. extreme madness), in pathology, the height of insanity. Acro'mion (Gr. ahros, and omos a shoulder), in anatomy, the bumeral extremity of the shoulder-blade. Acron'ical (Gr. at the summit), in astronomy, a term applied to the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia Britannica (1911)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm

acroma Spalato Cheron людей Stanislao Chrudim лишена Sternberg Cilli aemberg Steyr Cracow mben Suczawa Curzola ...esina Szabadka ...

Google previewA Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (2005)

by Walter W. Skeat, Walter William Skeat

¡acroma for dacruma. Allied to Gk.

Google previewLexicon Medicum (1829)

Or, Medical Dictionary ... by Robert Hooper

ACROMA NI A. (From акроя, extreme, and susis, madness.) Total or incurable madness. ACROMION. (From osfwr, extremity, and шиа$, the shoulder.) A process of tue scapula or shoulder- blade.

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