21-letter words containing a, r, o, n, i, c

  • a crying need for sth — If you say that there is a crying need for something, you mean that there is a very great need for it.
  • a foregone conclusion — You can refer to something that seems certain to happen as a foregone conclusion.
  • a nasty piece of work — If you say that someone is a nasty piece of work, you mean that they are very unkind or unpleasant.
  • a world of difference — If you say that there is a world of difference between one thing and another, you are emphasizing that they are very different from each other.
  • accommodation address — an address on letters, etc, to a person or business that does not wish or is not able to receive post at a permanent or actual address
  • accommodation officer — a person employed by an institution or organization, whose job it is to find accommodation for the people who attend that institution, esp for students at a university or college
  • accounting procedures — an established way of keeping company accounts
  • accreditation officer — a person who is responsible for all aspects of the accreditation of an educational institution
  • active record pattern — (programming)   Martin Fowler's name for object relational mapping viewed as a software architecture pattern.
  • ada core technologies — (company)   (ACT) The company that maintains GNAT. Ada Core Technologies was founded in 1994 by the original authors of the GNAT compiler. ACT provides software for Ada 95 development.
  • adjusted gross income — (in U.S. income-tax returns) the total of an individual's wages, salaries, interest, dividends, etc., minus allowable deductions. Abbreviation: AGI.
  • administrative county — a principal administrative division in Great Britain, usually not coextensive with traditional county boundaries.
  • adverse drug reaction — An adverse drug reaction is a harmful effect associated with the use of a medication at a normal dosage.
  • aerodynamic stability — Aerodynamic stability is the way that a moving vehicle reacts to changes in air caused by passing vehicles.
  • aerodynamic wave drag — the restraining force on a supersonic aircraft caused by shock waves.
  • aerospace engineering — the branch of engineering that deals with the design, development, testing, and production of aircraft and related systems (aeronautical engineering) and of spacecraft, missiles, rocket-propulsion systems, and other equipment operating beyond the earth's atmosphere (astronautical engineering)
  • african cherry-orange — a citrus shrub or small tree, Citropsis schweinfurthi, of Africa, having a limelike but sweet fruit.
  • afro-american english — Black English (def 1).
  • afro-american studies — black studies.
  • airborne command post — any of several converted commercial aircraft equipped with special communications and code gear, intended as flying bunkers for the president, secretary of defense, military commanders, or their designated replacements.
  • aleksandr-nikolaevichAlexander (Aleksandr Nikolaevich) 1899–1977, Russian pianist and composer, in the U.S.
  • alexander archipelago — a group of over 1000 islands along the coast of SE Alaska
  • algorithm description — (language)   (ALDES) ["The Algorithm Description Language ALDES", R.G.K. Loos, SIGSAM Bull 14(1):15-39 (Jan 1976)].
  • all things considered — You say all things considered to indicate that you are making a judgment after taking all the facts into account.
  • alliance for progress — a program of foreign aid presented by President Kennedy to help solve the economic and social problems of Latin America.
  • america on-line, inc. — (company, communications)   (AOL) A US on-line service provider based in Vienna, Virginia, USA. AOL claims to be the largest and fastest growing provider of on-line services in the world, with the most active subscriber base. AOL offers its three million subscribers electronic mail, interactive newspapers and magazines, conferencing, software libraries, computing support, and on-line classes. In October 1994 AOL made Internet FTP available to its members and in May 1995, full Internet access including web. AOL's main competitors are Prodigy and Compuserve.
  • american saddle horse — one of a breed of horses, raised originally in the U.S., that have high-stepping gaits and are bred to the three-gaited or five-gaited type.
  • ammonioferric oxalate — ferric ammonium oxalate.
  • angular magnification — the ratio of the angle subtended at the eye by an image formed by an optical instrument to the angle subtended at the unaided eye by the object
  • aniline hydrochloride — a white, crystalline, water-soluble solid, C 6 H 5 NH 2 ⋅HCl, used chiefly as an intermediate in the manufacture of dyes, especially aniline black.
  • antarctic archipelago — a group of islands in the South Atlantic Ocean, off the NW coast of the Antarctic Peninsula.
  • antarctic convergence — the fairly well-defined boundary that exists between the cold antarctic waters and the warmer waters to the north and can be traced around the world.
  • antiferromagnetically — In an antiferromagnetic manner.
  • antihemophilic factor — a protein that is essential to normal blood clotting and is lacking or deficient in persons having hemophilia A. Abbreviation: AHF.
  • appellation controlee — a designation on the label of certain French wines, brandies, etc. guaranteeing that the contents meet established standards, as type of grape and location of vineyard
  • appendicular skeleton — the girdles and skeleton of the limbs
  • application developer — (job)   Someone who does application development.
  • applications software — application program
  • appropriation account — an account showing how funds have been used
  • arithmetic logic unit — the part of a central processing unit that performs arithmetic and logical operations
  • arithmetic/logic unit — ALU.
  • articles of agreement — a contract between the captain of a ship and a crew member regarding stipulations of a voyage, signed prior to and upon termination of a voyage.
  • assisted reproduction — the use of medical techniques to bring about the conception and birth of a child, including artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, egg and embryo donation, and drug therapy.
  • astronomical distance — the distance from one celestial body to another, measured in astronomical units, light-years, or parsecs.
  • astronomical latitude — the angle between the direction of gravity at the observer's position and the plane of the celestial equator
  • astronomical triangle — the spherical triangle formed by the great circles connecting a celestial object, the zenith, and the celestial pole.
  • astronomical twilight — the period of time during which the sun is 18° below the horizon
  • atmospheric inversion — inversion (def 12).
  • atmospheric-inversion — an act or instance of inverting.
  • atomic disintegration — a process resulting in the change of a radioactive nucleus, either by emission of an alpha, beta, or gamma ray or by fission, and producing a change in the original mass, atomic number, or energy

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