Absis


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Ab´sis


n.1.See Apsis.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Severity of disease Severity of the disease at the time of presentation was quantified using Autoimmune Bullous Skin disorder intensity score (ABSIS)7,8 which involves a cutaneous score, oral extent score and oral severity score and a total score which is summation of all these entities.
ABSIS is internationally accepted and validated score to assess disease severity and activity in cases of pemphigus as well as other autoimmune bullous disorders.
As [alpha](t) angle is very small, [alpha](t) is used instead of absis tan [alpha](t).
We know about the dendrites (from the Greek word dendron, which means "tree" because that's what they look like) and synaptic connections (another brain word with Greek roots--which Sir Charles Scott Sherrington and his colleagues coined from syn meaning 'with' or 'together' and apto meaning "hold, cling to, or clasp," not to be confused with the word "apse" in ecclesiastical architecture, which comes from the Latin absis meaning "arch" or "vault" and just wouldn't fit into the tight spaces inside our heads).
Me scito, dum tu absis, quasi occasionem quamdam et licentiam nactum scribere audacius, et cetera quidem fortasse quae etiam tu concederes, sed proxime scripsi de optimo genere dicendi [viz.
This concluding comment by the speaker recasts the lines ac ne te retrahas et inexcusabilis absis, / quamvis nil extra numerum fecisse modumque in an ironic light, making Lollius' staged Actium not, perhaps, an inexcusable absence from any participation, but at least a divergence from the conventional compliance.