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Katastrophe: Rocco Kayiatos, best known by his stage name Katastrophe, is an American hip-hop rapper and producer.

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Google previewEmmanuel Levinas (1995)

The Genealogy of Ethics by John Llewelyn

A katastrophe is a violent turn of events, a cataclastic turning round or trope. Such an event is what is troped catachretically by the words Holocaust, Shoah. Genocide, Ethnic Cleansing, Chelmno, Dachau, Sobibor, Theresienstadt, Trcblinka, ...

Google previewAn Unexpected Wilderness (2016)

Christianity and the Natural World by Carpenter, Colleen Mary

Etymologically katastrophe means turning down.

Google previewMosby's Pocket Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing & Health Professions (2009)

by Mosby

catastrophic reaction[Gk, katastrophe, sudden downturn; L, re, again, agere, to act], the uncoordinated response to a drastic shock or a sudden threatening condition, as often occurs in ...

Google previewDictionary of the Theatre (1998)

Terms, Concepts, and Analysis by Patrice Pavis, Christine Shantz

Katastrophe; Sp.: catdstrofe. The catastrophe (from the Greek katastrophe, unraveling) is the last of the four parts of the Greek tragedy. This concept designates the moment at which the action comes to an end, when the hero perishes and pays ...

Google previewIllustrated Engineering Dictionary (1999)

Bildwörterbuch Maschinenbau und Elektrotechnik by Heinz K. Flack, Georg Möllerke

Katastrophe cathode [' kaeOoud] Kat(h)ode centrifugal force [sen-trifjugal] Zentrifugalkraft ceramics ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Musical Works (2004)

by Alison Latham

'Angst', and 'Katastrophe'. Acis and Galatea Acis and Galatea. Masque, or serenata ...

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

Katastrophe; kata, against, and strepho, to turn.] Terminating event; unhappy conclusion. CATECHIs E, v. [Gr. katecheo; kata, into, and echeo, to sound.] To question minutely. CATEGoR1cAL, adj. [Gr. kata, according to, and agoreo, ...

Google previewMosby's Medical Dictionary (2016)

by Mosby

catastrophic care /kat′əstrof ′′ik/ [Gk, katastrophe, sudden downturn; L, garrire, to babble], a pattern of health ...

Google previewMosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing & Health Professions (2016)

by Mosby

catastrophic care /kat′əstrof ′′ik/ [Gk, katastrophe, sudden downturn; L, garrire, to babble], a pattern of health ...

Google previewThe Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music (2004)

by Michael Kennedy, Joyce Bourne

Katastrophe. No specific film was in Schoenberg's mind, this being an example of 'pure' film mus. accoppiare (It.). To couple (org.) ...

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Scrabble value of K5A1T1A1S1T1R1O1P3H4E1

The value of this 11-letter word is 20 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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