19-letter words containing c, i, r, u, m, a

  • a storm in a teacup — If you describe a situation as a storm in a teacup, you think that a lot of fuss is being made about something that is not important.
  • absorption spectrum — the characteristic pattern of dark lines or bands that occurs when electromagnetic radiation is passed through an absorbing medium into a spectroscope. An equivalent pattern occurs as coloured lines or bands in the emission spectrum of that medium
  • acoustic gramophone — a device for reproducing the sounds stored on a record: now usually applied to the nearly obsolete type that uses a clockwork motor and acoustic horn
  • advocacy journalism — journalism that promotes a cause or expresses a subjective viewpoint.
  • ambulance insurance — Ambulance insurance is insurance cover that covers the cost of an emergency ambulance if one is needed.
  • american revolution — a sequence of actions by American colonists from 1763 to 1775 protesting British domination and culminating in the Revolutionary War
  • american wire gauge — American wire gauge is a measure of wire thickness.
  • ancillary equipment — Ancillary equipment is machines and other technical things which are used with the main items of equipment to create a complete system.
  • angioneurotic edema — swelling that occurs just beneath the surface of the skin or mucous membranes.
  • ave regina coelorum — a Latin hymn in honor of the Virgin Mary as Queen of Heaven.
  • barometric pressure — atmospheric pressure as indicated by a barometer
  • boundary commission — (in Britain) a body established by statute to undertake periodic reviews of the boundaries of parliamentary constituencies and to recommend changes to take account of population shifts
  • bug tracking system — (programming)   (BTS) A system for receiving and filing bugs reported against a software project, and tracking those bugs until they are fixed. Most major software projects have their own BTS, the source code of which is often available for use by other projects. Well known BTSs include GNATS, Bugzilla, and Debbugs.
  • cairngorm mountains — a mountain range of NE Scotland: part of the Grampians. Highest peak: Ben Macdui, 1309 m (4296 ft); designated a national park in 2003
  • calcium oxychloride — a white powder that decomposes on contact with water and has the characteristic odor of gaseous chlorine: regarded, when dry, as a mixed calcium hypochlorite-chloride, used as a commercial bleach for wood pulp, textiles, oils, and soaps, and in laundering as a decolorizer and disinfectant.
  • calculate a premium — If you calculate a premium, you decide how much a policyholder has to pay for insurance cover.
  • campernelle jonquil — a narcissus, Narcissus odorus, of the amaryllis family, having clusters of two to four fragrant yellow flowers.
  • canterbury pilgrims — the pilgrims whose stories are told in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
  • chamber of deputies — the lower house of the legislature of certain countries, as Italy.
  • champigny-sur-marne — a suburb of Paris, on the River Marne. Pop: 75 556 (2006)
  • chemolithoautotroph — (biology) A chemoautotroph or lithoautotroph.
  • circulating decimal — repeating decimal
  • circulation manager — the senior manager responsible for the distribution of a newspaper
  • clemastine fumarate — an antihistamine, C 25 H 30 ClNO 5 , that has drying and some sedative effects, used for symptomatic relief of allergy.
  • columnar epithelium — epithelium consisting of one or more layers of elongated cells of cylindrical or prismatic shape.
  • comminuted fracture — a fracture in which the bone is splintered or fragmented
  • communications port — (hardware, communications)   A connector for a communications interface, usually, a serial port.
  • community programme — (in Britain) a former government scheme to provide temporary work for people unemployed for over a year
  • community relations — the particular state of affairs in an area where potentially conflicting ethnic, religious, cultural, political, or linguistic groups live together
  • computer dictionary — Free On-line Dictionary of Computing
  • computer peripheral — a device that is attached to and controlled by a computer, such as a scanner, printer, or external hard drive
  • computer simulation — an event, process, or scenario that is created on a computer
  • consumer resistance — the unwillingness of consumers to adopt a particular product, service, or change
  • cooccurrence matrix — (mathematics)   Given a position operator P(i,j), let A be a nxn matrix whose element A[i][j] is the number of times that points with grey level (intensity) g[i] occur, in the position specified by P, relative to points with grey level g[j]. Let C be the nxn matrix that is produced by dividing A with the total number of point pairs that satisfy P. C[i][j] is a measure of the joint probability that a pair of points satisfying P will have values g[i], g[j]. C is called a cooccurrence matrix defined by P. Examples for the operator P are: "i above j", "i one position to the right and two below j", etc.
  • coordination number — the number of coordinated species surrounding the central atom in a complex or crystal
  • corporal punishment — Corporal punishment is the punishment of people by hitting them.
  • corrosive sublimate — mercuric chloride
  • counter reformation — the movement within the Roman Catholic Church that followed the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century.
  • counter-programming — to schedule (a broadcast on radio or television) to compete with one on another station.
  • counter-reformation — the reform movement of the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th and early 17th centuries considered as a reaction to the Protestant Reformation
  • cultivated mushroom — an edible mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) with a pale cap and stalk: the most common food mushroom
  • cultural relativism — a concept that cultural norms and values derive their meaning within a specific social context. Also called cultural relativism. Compare ethnocentrism (def 2).
  • cultural-relativism — a concept that cultural norms and values derive their meaning within a specific social context. Also called cultural relativism. Compare ethnocentrism (def 2).
  • customs declaration — a form declaring the nature and value of goods, etc, for customs purposes
  • customs regulations — the regulations relating to customs in a particular country
  • discriminated union — (theory)   The discriminated union of two sets A and B is A + B = {(inA, a) | a in A} U {(inB, b)| b in B} where inA and inB are arbitrary tags which specify which summand an element originates from. A type (especially an algebraic data type) might be described as a discriminated union if it is a sum type whose objects consist of a tag to say which part of the union they belong to and a value of the corresponding type.
  • domain architecture — (systems analysis)   A generic, organisational structure or design for software systems in a domain. The domain architecture contains the designs that are intended to satisfy requirements specified in the domain model. A domain architecture can be adapted to create designs for software systems within a domain and also provides a framework for configuring assets within individual software systems.
  • elastomeric closure — An elastomeric closure is a component that closes a piece of packaging. An elastomeric closure is made from a material that is able to resume its original shape when it is removed from the packaging and may be in direct contact with the drug enclosed in the pack.
  • endowment insurance — Endowment insurance is a type of life insurance that pays a particular sum directly to the policyholder at a stated date, or to a beneficiary if the policyholder dies before this date.
  • euclidean algorithm — Euclid's Algorithm

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