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a concatenation
Cascade system Cascade system (Elec.) A system or method of connecting and operating two induction motors so that the primary circuit of one is connected to the secondary circuit of the other, the primary circuit of the latter being connected to the source of supply; also, a system of electric traction in which motors so connected are employed. The cascade system is also called tandem, or concatenated, system; the connection a cascade, tandem, or concatenated, connection, or a concatenation; and the control of the motors so obtained a tandem, or concatenation, control. Note: In the cascade system of traction the cascade connection is used for starting and for low speeds up to half speed. For full speed the short-circuited motor is cut loose from the other motor and is either left idle or (commonly) connected direct to the line.
A pratensis
Meadow Mead"ow, a. Of or pertaining to a meadow; of the nature of a meadow; produced, growing, or living in, a meadow. ``Fat meadow ground.' --Milton. Note: For many names of plants compounded with meadow, see the particular word in the Vocabulary. Meadow beauty. (Bot.) Same as Deergrass. Meadow foxtail (Bot.), a valuable pasture grass (Alopecurus pratensis) resembling timothy, but with softer spikes. Meadow grass (Bot.), a name given to several grasses of the genus Poa, common in meadows, and of great value for nay and for pasture. See Grass. Meadow hay, a coarse grass, or true sedge, growing in uncultivated swamp or river meadow; -- used as fodder or bedding for cattle, packing for ice, etc. [Local, U. S.] Meadow hen. (Zo["o]l.) (a) The American bittern. See Stake-driver. (b) The American coot (Fulica). (c) The clapper rail. Meadow lark (Zo["o]l.), any species of Sturnella, a genus of American birds allied to the starlings. The common species (S. magna) has a yellow breast with a black crescent. Meadow mouse (Zo["o]l.), any mouse of the genus Arvicola, as the common American species A. riparia; -- called also field mouse, and field vole. Meadow mussel (Zo["o]l.), an American ribbed mussel (Modiola plicatula), very abundant in salt marshes. Meadow ore (Min.), bog-iron ore, a kind of limonite. Meadow parsnip. (Bot.) See under Parsnip. Meadow pink. (Bot.) See under Pink. Meadow pipit (Zo["o]l.), a small singing bird of the genus Anthus, as A. pratensis, of Europe. Meadow rue (Bot.), a delicate early plant, of the genus Thalictrum, having compound leaves and numerous white flowers. There are many species. Meadow saffron. (Bot.) See under Saffron. Meadow sage. (Bot.) See under Sage. Meadow saxifrage (Bot.), an umbelliferous plant of Europe (Silaus pratensis), somewhat resembling fennel. Meadow snipe (Zo["o]l.), the common or jack snipe.
Abgeordnetenhaus
Abgeordnetenhaus Ab"ge*ord`ne*ten*haus`, n. [G.] See Legislature, Austria, Prussia.
Abies shastensis
Shasta fir Shasta fir A Californian fir (Abies shastensis).
Abietene
Abietene Ab"i*e*tene, n. [L. abies, abietis, a fir tree.] A volatile oil distilled from the resin or balsam of the nut pine (Pinus sabiniana) of California.
Absistence
Absistence Ab*sist"ence, n. A standing aloof. [Obs.]
Absoluteness
Absoluteness Ab"so*lute*ness, n. The quality of being absolute; independence of everything extraneous; unlimitedness; absolute power; independent reality; positiveness.
Abstention
Abstention Ab*sten"tion, a. [F. See Abstain.] The act of abstaining; a holding aloof. --Jer. Taylor.
Abstentious
Abstentious Ab*sten"tious, a. Characterized by abstinence; self-restraining. --Farrar.
Accommodateness
Accommodateness Ac*com"mo*date*ness, n. Fitness. [R.]
Accurateness
Accurateness Ac"cu*rate*ness, n. The state or quality of being accurate; accuracy; exactness; nicety; precision.
Acuteness
Acuteness A*cute"ness, n. 1. The quality of being acute or pointed; sharpness; as, the acuteness of an angle. 2. The faculty of nice discernment or perception; acumen; keenness; sharpness; sensitiveness; -- applied to the senses, or the understanding. By acuteness of feeling, we perceive small objects or slight impressions: by acuteness of intellect, we discern nice distinctions. Perhaps, also, he felt his professional acuteness interested in bringing it to a successful close. --Sir W. Scott. 3. Shrillness; high pitch; -- said of sounds. 4. (Med.) Violence of a disease, which brings it speedily to a crisis. Syn: Penetration; sagacity; keenness; ingenuity; shrewdness; subtlety; sharp-wittedness.
Adequateness
Adequateness Ad"e*quate*ness, n. The quality of being adequate; suitableness; sufficiency; adequacy.
Adulterateness
Adulterate A*dul"ter*ate, a. 1. Tainted with adultery. 2. Debased by the admixture of a foreign substance; adulterated; spurious. -- A*dul"ter*ate*ly, adv. -- A*dul"ter*ate*ness, n.
Advertence
Advertence Ad*vert"ence, Advertency Ad*vert"en*cy, [OF. advertence, avertence, LL. advertentia, fr. L. advertens. See Advertent.] The act of adverting, of the quality of being advertent; attention; notice; regard; heedfulness. To this difference it is right that advertence should be had in regulating taxation. --J. S. Mill.
Advertency
Advertence Ad*vert"ence, Advertency Ad*vert"en*cy, [OF. advertence, avertence, LL. advertentia, fr. L. advertens. See Advertent.] The act of adverting, of the quality of being advertent; attention; notice; regard; heedfulness. To this difference it is right that advertence should be had in regulating taxation. --J. S. Mill.
Advertent
Advertent Ad*vert"ent, a. [L. advertens, -entis, p. pr. of advertere. See Advert.] Attentive; heedful; regardful. --Sir M. Hale. -- Ad*vert"ent*ly, adv.
Advertently
Advertent Ad*vert"ent, a. [L. advertens, -entis, p. pr. of advertere. See Advert.] Attentive; heedful; regardful. --Sir M. Hale. -- Ad*vert"ent*ly, adv.
Affectionateness
Affectionateness Af*fec"tion*ate*ness, n. The quality of being affectionate; fondness; affection.
Affrighten
Affrighten Af*fright"en, v. t. To frighten. [Archaic] ``Fit tales . . . to affrighten babes.' --Southey.
Alcelaphus Lichtensteini
Konze Konze, n. (Zo["o]l.) A large African antelope (Alcelaphus Lichtensteini), allied to the hartbeest, but having shorter and flatter horns, and lacking a black patch on the face.
Alopecurus pratensis
Meadow Mead"ow, a. Of or pertaining to a meadow; of the nature of a meadow; produced, growing, or living in, a meadow. ``Fat meadow ground.' --Milton. Note: For many names of plants compounded with meadow, see the particular word in the Vocabulary. Meadow beauty. (Bot.) Same as Deergrass. Meadow foxtail (Bot.), a valuable pasture grass (Alopecurus pratensis) resembling timothy, but with softer spikes. Meadow grass (Bot.), a name given to several grasses of the genus Poa, common in meadows, and of great value for nay and for pasture. See Grass. Meadow hay, a coarse grass, or true sedge, growing in uncultivated swamp or river meadow; -- used as fodder or bedding for cattle, packing for ice, etc. [Local, U. S.] Meadow hen. (Zo["o]l.) (a) The American bittern. See Stake-driver. (b) The American coot (Fulica). (c) The clapper rail. Meadow lark (Zo["o]l.), any species of Sturnella, a genus of American birds allied to the starlings. The common species (S. magna) has a yellow breast with a black crescent. Meadow mouse (Zo["o]l.), any mouse of the genus Arvicola, as the common American species A. riparia; -- called also field mouse, and field vole. Meadow mussel (Zo["o]l.), an American ribbed mussel (Modiola plicatula), very abundant in salt marshes. Meadow ore (Min.), bog-iron ore, a kind of limonite. Meadow parsnip. (Bot.) See under Parsnip. Meadow pink. (Bot.) See under Pink. Meadow pipit (Zo["o]l.), a small singing bird of the genus Anthus, as A. pratensis, of Europe. Meadow rue (Bot.), a delicate early plant, of the genus Thalictrum, having compound leaves and numerous white flowers. There are many species. Meadow saffron. (Bot.) See under Saffron. Meadow sage. (Bot.) See under Sage. Meadow saxifrage (Bot.), an umbelliferous plant of Europe (Silaus pratensis), somewhat resembling fennel. Meadow snipe (Zo["o]l.), the common or jack snipe.
Alternateness
Alternateness Al*ter"nate*ness, n. The quality of being alternate, or of following by turns.
Anemone patens
Pulsatilla Pul`sa*til"la, n. [NL.] (Bot.) A genus of ranunculaceous herbs including the pasque flower. This genus is now merged in Anemone}. Some species, as Anemone Pulsatilla, Anemone pratensis, and Anemone patens, are used medicinally.
Anemone pratensis
Pulsatilla Pul`sa*til"la, n. [NL.] (Bot.) A genus of ranunculaceous herbs including the pasque flower. This genus is now merged in Anemone}. Some species, as Anemone Pulsatilla, Anemone pratensis, and Anemone patens, are used medicinally.
Annectent
Annectent An*nec"tent, a. [L. annectere to tie or bind to. See Annex.] Connecting; annexing. --Owen.
Antenatal
Antenatal An`te*na"tal, a. Before birth. --Shelley.
Antenicene
Antenicene An`te*ni"cene, a. [L.] Of or in the Christian church or era, anterior to the first council of Nice, held a. d. 325; as, antenicene faith.
Antenna
Antenna An*ten"na, n.; pl. Antenn[ae]. [L. antenna sail-yard; NL., a feeler, horn of an insect.] (Zo["o]l.) A movable, articulated organ of sensation, attached to the heads of insects and Crustacea. There are two in the former, and usually four in the latter. They are used as organs of touch, and in some species of Crustacea the cavity of the ear is situated near the basal joint. In insects, they are popularly called horns, and also feelers. The term in also applied to similar organs on the heads of other arthropods and of annelids.
Antennae
Antenna An*ten"na, n.; pl. Antenn[ae]. [L. antenna sail-yard; NL., a feeler, horn of an insect.] (Zo["o]l.) A movable, articulated organ of sensation, attached to the heads of insects and Crustacea. There are two in the former, and usually four in the latter. They are used as organs of touch, and in some species of Crustacea the cavity of the ear is situated near the basal joint. In insects, they are popularly called horns, and also feelers. The term in also applied to similar organs on the heads of other arthropods and of annelids.

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