n.1.(Chem.) A white waxy substance, found in small quantities in spermaceti as an ethereal salt of several fatty acids, and regarded as an alcohol of the methane series.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in periodicals archive ?
Swelling and allergic reactions are less common after methal screws, while advantage of absorbable is easier postoperative MRI diagnostics [11, 36].
"Equally old is the piece that we played called 'Methal Methal', a love song of the islands.
The meeting also accorded approval to construction of Chor Kalan road and Jabbori to Methal Kayian Road via Banda Gee Such Mansehra.
To discuss this issue, the program featured Yahia Ibrahim, assistant secretary general of the Yemeni Artists Syndicate; H ussein Hassan Al-Saqqaf, author and director of the Youth Theater in the Ministry of Culture; Murad Subay, graffiti artist; Methal Mohammed, guitarist; and Basheer Rami, Oud player and winner of the President's award for music in 2013.On art and freedom, Ibrahim said, "Art needs more freedom but our artistic wings have been clipped with sharp knives and scissors.
Methal Nafel, Shaffa Hamil, Rasha Dahash and Nedhal Saoud, who are all originally from Iraq, settled in Worcester approximately five years ago.
Its chapters on how to overcome these negative experiences are invaluable, making this a top pick for any methal health library.
Krishnamurthy A, Dutta D, Phillips J, Methal N 2007 Are we still performing too many blood tests?
Similar action was taken another party, the Iraqi Umma Party of Methal
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The Malaysian government arrested the runaway lawmaker Mohammad al-Dayni, MP Methal al-Ulousi said, calling on the Iraqi government to receive and interrogate him.