21-letter words containing c, h, i, r, o, m

  • afro-american english — Black English (def 1).
  • algorithm description — (language)   (ALDES) ["The Algorithm Description Language ALDES", R.G.K. Loos, SIGSAM Bull 14(1):15-39 (Jan 1976)].
  • 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.
  • antihemophilic factor — a protein that is essential to normal blood clotting and is lacking or deficient in persons having hemophilia A. Abbreviation: AHF.
  • apothecaries' measure — a system of liquid volume measure used in pharmacy in which 60 minims equal 1 fluid drachm, 8 fluid drachms equal 1 fluid ounce, and 20 fluid ounces equal 1 pint
  • arithmetic logic unit — the part of a central processing unit that performs arithmetic and logical operations
  • arithmetic/logic unit — ALU.
  • 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.
  • behavior modification — a technique that seeks to modify animal and human behavior through application of the principles of conditioning, in which rewards and reinforcements, or punishments, are used to establish desired habits, or patterns of behavior
  • benzalkonium chloride — a white or yellowish-white, water-soluble mixture of ammonium chloride derivatives having the structure C 8 H 10 NRCl, where R is a mixture of radicals ranging from C 8 H 17 – to C 18 H 37 –, that occurs as an amorphous powder or in gelatinous lumps: used chiefly as an antiseptic and a disinfectant.
  • benzethonium chloride — a colorless, water-soluble, crystalline solid, ammonium chloride derivative, (C 27 H 42 O 2 N)Cl⋅H 2 O, used chiefly as an antiseptic.
  • bichloride of mercury — mercuric chloride
  • black-headed fireworm — the larva of any of several moths, as Rhopobota naevana (black-headed fireworm) which feeds on the leaves of cranberries and causes them to wither.
  • british north america — (formerly) Canada or its constituent regions or provinces that formed part of the British Empire
  • category merchandiser — A category merchandiser is a person whose job is to maintain stocks, manage displays and promote sales of a certain product category such as footwear.
  • central limit theorem — any of several theorems stating that the sum of a number of random variables obeying certain conditions will assume a normal distribution as the number of variables becomes large.
  • charity commissioners — (in Britain) members of a commission constituted to keep a register of charities and control charitable trusts
  • chequebook journalism — Chequebook journalism is the practice of paying people large sums of money for information about crimes or famous people in order to get material for newspaper articles.
  • chinese forget-me-not — an eastern Asian plant, Cynoglossum amabile, of the borage family, having lance-shaped leaves and clustered, showy, blue, pink, or white flowers.
  • chink in one's armour — a small but fatal weakness
  • chloroformyl chloride — phosgene.
  • christmas decorations — decorations of different kinds appropriate to Christmas, such as tinsel, candles, images of angels, etc.
  • civil rights movement — campaign for human freedoms
  • class-relation method — (programming)   A design technique based on the concepts of object-oriented programming and the Entity-Relationship model from the French company Softeam.
  • come in from the cold — to come out of exile, isolation, etc.; resume an active role
  • comfortably-furnished — containing comfortable furniture
  • comparative philology — comparative linguistics.
  • completing the square — a method, usually of solving quadratic equations, by which a quadratic expression, as x 2 − 4 x + 3, is written as the sum or difference of a perfect square and a constant, x 2 − 4 x + 4 + 3 − 4 = (x − 2) 2 − 1, by addition and subtraction of appropriate constant terms.
  • computer architecture — the structure, behaviour, and design of computers
  • consummatory behavior — a behavior pattern that occurs in response to a stimulus and that achieves the satisfaction of a specific drive, as the eating of captured prey by a hungry predator (distinguished from appetitive behavior).
  • cosmological redshift — the part of the redshift of celestial objects resulting from the expansion of the universe.
  • crool someone's pitch — to spoil an opportunity for someone
  • dacryocystorhinostomy — A surgical procedure to restore the flow of tears into the nose from the lacrimal sac when the nasolacrimal duct does not function.
  • decompression chamber — a chamber in which the pressure of air can be varied slowly for returning people from abnormal pressures to atmospheric pressure without inducing decompression sickness
  • diapason normal pitch — a standard of pitch in which A above middle C is established at 435 vibrations per second.
  • electromyographically — By means of, or in terms of, electromyography.
  • enharmonic modulation — a change of key achieved by regarding a note in one key as an equivalent note in another. Thus E flat in the key of A flat could be regarded as D sharp in the key of B major
  • gastrohepatic omentum — lesser omentum.
  • gram-molecular weight — gram molecule. Abbreviation: GMW.
  • ground-effect machine — ACV (def 2).
  • highest common factor — greatest common divisor. Abbreviation: H.C.F.
  • homolosine projection — an equal-area projection of the world, distorting ocean areas in order to minimize the distortion of the continents.
  • hydraulic accumulator — an apparatus in which gas, usually air, is used as a cushion or shock absorber in a hydraulic system.
  • hypercholesterolaemia — the condition of having a high concentration of cholesterol in the blood
  • immunoelectrophoresis — a technique for the separation and identification of mixtures of proteins, consisting of electrophoresis followed by immunodiffusion.
  • immunoelectrophoretic — a technique for the separation and identification of mixtures of proteins, consisting of electrophoresis followed by immunodiffusion.
  • in the course of time — eventually
  • joseph-marie jacquard — (person)   /zhoh-zef' mah-ree' zhah-kar'/ (1752-07-07 to 1834-08-07) The inventor of the Jacquard loom.

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