Carrel

• (n.) Same as 4th Carol. • (n.) See Quarrel, an arrow.
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carrel

carrell noun small individual study area in a library
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Carrel

[crater] Carrel is a small lunar crater on the Mare Tranquillitatis. It has a somewhat distorted appearance, having a slight protruding bulge in the northwest rim. The interior is somewhat irregular, with ridges and some slumped material. This crater lies across a ridge in the surface of the mare. This crater was previously designated as Ja...
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Carrel

Car'rel noun See Quarrel , an arrow.
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carrel

cubicle or study for reading and literary work; the word is derived from the Middle English carole, `round dance,` or `carol.` The term originally ...
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Carrel

Small room or study desk or an enclosed study desk in an alcove of a library used for individual study
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Carrel

Type: Term Pronunciation: kah-rel′ Definitions: 1. Alexis, French-U.S. surgeon and Nobel laureate, 1873-1944. See: Carrel treatment, Carrel-Lindbergh pump, Dakin-Carrel treatment
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carrel

[n] - French surgeon and biologist who developed a way to suture and graft blood vessels (1873-1944) 2. [n] - small individual study area in a library
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