Achronic

A`chron´ic


a.1.See Acronyc.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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aChronic exposure to enhanced levels of fine particle matter impairs vascular function, which can lead to myocardial infarction, arterial hypertension, stroke, and heart failure,a the researchers write.
The charity event will include a painting and photographic exhibition, featuring the latest artistic work by artist Mario Vourgos entitled The Achronic Remembrances of Time…a Note Not to Forget the Future…' at the Old Limassol Port.
Ben Macfaralane was diagnosed with Crohn's disease - achronic illnesswhich leaves him in agonising pain, partly caused by rectal bleeding.
(7) The first category, the topographical level, is an achronic map of oppositions: relations such as inside-outside, up-down, and (more relevant to this discussion) periphery-center.
Minor considers the entire "narrative domain" of the Lateran's interior as well as the individual "domains" of each tabernacle that form an "achronic" or "sylleptic narrative, which is spatial rather than chronological" (p.
Britain is already plagued by achronic housing shortage, soaring demand on the NHS and creaking transport infrastructure -- surely these extra people will pile extra pressure on stretched resources.
In other inflammation-related disease models, such as rheumatoid arthritis [36], ulcerative colitis, and achronic stress models of depression [37], acupuncture has also been found to reduce the levels of inflammatory factors and alleviate the disease symptoms [38].
Nonactualized possibilities are impossible because they are achronic; there is no time in which it could occur.
As Paul Ricoeur has demonstrated, while the temporal dimension was not totally absent in such formalist models, it was a specific achronic temporality, divorced from the real contingency and incalculability of time.
(4.) Falabella R.Epidermal grafting: an original technique and its original application in achronic and granulating areas.
This complex relationship between modernity and competing visions for Spain connects to traditional travel writing as a genre that projects achronic experience.
ACHRONIC smoking-related illness is blighting the lives of 75,000 in the North East, worrying new figures today reveal.