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Astrophysical As`tro*phys"ic*al, a.
Pertaining to the physics of astronomical science.
Astrophysics As`tro*phys"ics, n. [Astro- + physics.] (Astron.)
The science treating of the physical characteristics of the
stars and other heavenly bodies, their chemical constitution,
light, heat, atmospheres, etc.
Note: Its observations are made with the spectroscope,
bolometer, etc., usually in connection with the
Astrophyton As*troph"y*ton, n. [Astro- + Gr. fyton a plant.]
A genus of ophiurans having the arms much branched.
AtrophyAtrophy At"ro*phy, v. t. [p. p. Atrophied.]
To cause to waste away or become abortive; to starve or
Atrophy At"ro*phy, v. i.
To waste away; to dwindle.
Eutrophy Eu"tro*phy, n. [Gr. ?, fr. ? nourishing, healthy; ?
well + ? to nourish.] (Med.)
Healthy nutrition; soundless as regards the nutritive
Exstrophy Ex"stro*phy, n. [Gr. ? to turn inside out; ? = ? out
+ ? to turn.] (Med.)
The eversion or turning out of any organ, or of its inner
surface; as, exstrophy of the eyelid or of the bladder.
HypertrophyHypertrophy Hy*per"tro*phy, n. [Gr. "ype`r over, beyond + ?
nourishment, fr. ? to nourish: cf. F. hypertrophie.] (Med. &
A condition of overgrowth or excessive development of an
organ or part; -- the opposite of atrophy.
Orphanotrophy Or`phan*ot"ro*phy, n. [L. orphanotrophium, Gr.
?; ? an orphan + ? to feed, bring up.]
1. A hospital for orphans. [R.] --A. Chalmers.
2. The act of supporting orphans. [R.]
Progressive muscular atrophyProgressive Pro*gress"ive, a. [Cf. F. progressif.]
1. Moving forward; proceeding onward; advancing; evincing
progress; increasing; as, progressive motion or course; --
opposed to retrograde.
2. Improving; as, art is in a progressive state.
Progressive euchre or whist, a way of playing at card
parties, by which after every game, the losers at the
first table go to the last table, and the winners at all
the tables, except the first, move up to the next table.
Progressive muscular atrophy (Med.), a nervous disorder
characterized by continuous atrophy of the muscles. --
Pro*gress"ive*ly, adv. -- Pro*gress"ive*ness, n. Trophy money Trophy money, a duty paid formerly in England, annually, by
housekeepers, toward providing harness, drums, colors, and
the like, for the militia.
Meaning of Trophy from wikipedia
- A trophy
is a tangible, durable reminder
of a specific
achievement, and serves
of merit. Trophies
are often awarded
- dynamics Trophic
egg Trophic factor receptor Trophic factor Trophic function Trophic hormone Trophic level index Trophic level Trophic mutualism Trophic
Kids may refer
Kids (2011 film), a film about children
with unrealistic expectations Trophy
Kids (2013 film), a do****entary about
of the Championship receive
the Football League Championship trophy
, the same trophy
as the old First Division champions
were handed prior
to the Premier...
- The Zarra Trophy
is a trophy awarded annually
by the Spanish sports daily Marca
to the Spanish domestic player
with the highest
in La Liga....
- base. There
have been two designs
in use, but five physical trophies
have been presented. The original trophy
as the "little tin idol", was...
a black trophy
with a gold basketball-shaped sphere
at the top, similar
to the Larry
a new trophy
- Premier League maintains
– the genuine trophy
(held by the reigning
champions) and a spare
replica. Two trophies
are held in the event
- Tourist Trophy
to: Isle of Man TT, the original Tourist Trophy motorcycle racing event
RAC Tourist Trophy
, the longest awarded prize
- Champions Trophy
is the name of a number
of different trophies
sports: Hockey Champions Trophy
, a field hockey tournament
ICC Champions Trophy