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Asel a.k.a. Airplane Single Engine Land: A Airplane, Single Engine, Land certificate is part of the Federal Aviation Administration testing and certification standard: within a privilege level, it is a class rating as part of pilot certification in the United States. An ASEL identifies that the pilot in question holds a pilot license for an fixed-wing aircraft that has a single engine and only lands on land—not a seaplane. ASEL is the most common license sought by private pilots; to specify that it is a Private Pilot License, it can be referred to as P/ASEL or PP-ASEL.
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Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County, Together with Portraits and Biographies of All the Governors of the State and Presidents of the United States
Asel is a commission merchant of Yankton, Dak.; Harley P. is living in Washington; ...
by John Henry Clarke
asel., Gadus has a powerful action on the respiratory apparatus. It is like Lycopod. in producing flapping of the ala nasi. It also affects the bones and causes troublesome heat of the hands. Hopelessness and desire for death are ...
by Robert B. Waltz
A Z asel 61* U- 2 asel A* Symbols used in Nestle and here Lit Lit t t PsO PsO Lectionaries Cited in Critical Editions The following table includes the first few lectionaries from the Kurzgefasste Liste, ...
by John Henry Clarke
asel., Gadus has a powerful action on the respiratory apparatus. It is like Lycopod. in producing flapping of the alae nasi. It also affects the bones and causes troublesome heat of the hands.
Containing a Full Explanation of the Various Subjects and Terms of Anatomy, Physiology, ... by Robley Dunglison
Onis'cl asel'li. Woodlice, Slaters, Soglice ; had at one time a place in the pharmacopoeias ; they were considered stimulant and diuretic, and useful in jaundice. Onls'cus (dim. of Onos, ...
Including the Pronunciation and Definition of Twenty Thousand of the Principal Terms Used in Medicine and the Allied Sciences, Together with Many Elaborate Tables by Ryland W. Greene
Asel' tes (a-sai' tIz). Accumulation of fluid in peritoneal cavity; dropsy of the belly. Ascit' ic (a-sit'ik).
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At Geneva Hotman was appomted professor of man law, and taught in peace for six years; in 1579, however, the threatening apfiroach of the duke of Savoy fri htened him away to asel. Thence the lague sentiiim to Montbéliard in 1582, where ...
by Hyde Clarke
E'Asel, n painter's frame;-PIECE, n small paintE'Asel,” n vinegar. [ing. EAST,” n where the sun rises, opposite the west; east end of London; -END, n poorer part of London; -ENDER, n inhabitant of do.; Do., – ERLY, -ERN, a ; -Right, —w AY, ...
Biographical Notices, and Records of Naval Officers; Special Articles on Naval Art and Science
SEA~wl-:AsEL. The lamprey eel. SEA-WEED. See ALoas. SEA-WIFE. A fish of the genus Labrus. SEA-WILLOW. A polyp belonging to the genus Gorgonia. Sea- wow. The wolf-fish. Annrrhicas lupus, found in northern seas about Greenland, ...
A dictionary of the English language. Abstracted from the folio ed., by the author. To which is prefixed, an English grammar. To this ed. are added, a history of the English language [&c.]. (1768)
by Samuel Johnson
TE'ASEL. /. [r*rl-. Sax. dipsacu,,. Lat]. A. plant of singular use in raising the knap upon woollen cloth. Milton TEASER, / [from tease] Any thing that torments by incessant importunity. Collier. TEAT. /. [teth, Welsh ; Cir, Sax. telte, Dut.] The dug of a ...
AIA AIY AIZ AIB X AFD ASEL ASER AWA (b) Approach/avoidance to chemical & thermal stimuli Figure 6 Neural circuitry for retraction responses to vibration (a) and for approach and avoidance of thermal and chemical stimuli (b) of C. elegans, ...
to which is prefixed, a Grammar of the English Language by Samuel Johnson
TE'ASEL. /. [,rse)*l, Saxon ; dis satut, Lit.] A . plant of fingular use in railìng the knap upon woollen cloth. Miller. TE' ASER. /. [from ttase.] Any thing that torments by incessant importunity. Collier. TEAT.
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