Amelia

Congenital absence of a limb

amelia

<embryology> The congenital absence of a limb or limbs. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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amelia

(ә-me´le-ә) a developmental anomaly consisting of absence of one or more limbs.
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amelia

(from the article `agenesis`) ...of the long bones of the arms or legs also may occur, called variously meromelia (absence of one or both hands or feet), phocomelia (normal hands ... In amelia, one of the rarest of malformations of the extremities, limbs are completely absent. Ectromelia is the absence of one or more extremities. ... ...
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Amelia

(from the article `Fielding, Henry`) Two years later Amelia was published. Being a much more sombre work, it has always been less popular than Tom Jones and Joseph Andrews. Fielding`s ... ...Mr. Jonathan Wild the Great (1743), for instance, uses a mock-heroic idiom to explore a derisive parallel between the criminal underworld and ... ...
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amelia

noun congenital absence of an arm or leg
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Amelia

[birth defect] Amelia (from Greek ἀ- `lack of` plus μέλος (plural: μέλεα or μέλη) `limb`) is the birth defect of lacking one or more limbs. It can also result in a shrunken or deformed limb. For example, a child might be born without an elbow or forearm. The term may be modified to indicate the number of legs or arms missing...
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Amelia

[given name] Amelia is a female given name. It is a variant of Amalia, derived from the Germanic word amal meaning work`, `industrious` and `fertile`. The variant form Amelie is derived from the French equivalent, Amélie. Diminutive forms include Amy, [Emma (given name)|Emma]], Milly and Mel. Etymologists believe that the name Amelia/Amali...
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Amelia

[opera] Amelia is an opera in two acts by Daron Hagen to a libretto in English by Gardner McFall based on a story by Stephen Wadsworth. It had its world premiere at the Seattle Opera on May 8, 2010. ==Background and performance history== In 2007 Amelia became Seattle Opera`s first new commission in 25 years. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation ...
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Amelia

[ship] The Amelia was a brig of 90 tons and was under the command of Samuel Shaw. The ship departed Sydney, Australia sometime between 8 and 17 January 1816 on its way to Java and Canton, China. It was never heard of again. At the time of its disappearance, Amelia was carrying 50 tons of sandalwood and 5 tons of coal. The number of crew los...
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Amelia

[typeface] Amelia is a typeface designed by Stan Davis in 1964 and named for his newborn daughter. Its design superficially resembles MICR symbols. Amelia is used in the Moon Boot logo as well as the title artwork for the film Yellow Submarine. ...
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amelia

amelia 1. The absence of an entire limb (arm or leg or both). 2. Congenital absence of a limb or limbs. Usually the associated shoulder girdle or, less commonly, the associated pelvic girdle is also hypoplastic. A small soft-tissue protuberance may be present at the site of the missing limb. Amelia is an extremely rare anomaly now. Between 1958 ...
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Amelia

Amelia is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `ambitious, strong` The name Amelia is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. Amelia is at number 2 in the top 50 of English and Welsh girls (average of 10 years data) What do they use in other countries? Amil Emily (English) Emma (English, French) Aym?ali (German) Malikah Amy (English) Emel...
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Amelia

Congenital absence of a limb.
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Amelia

DOC area for red, rosé and white wines in the Italian region Umbria, In 2011, the wines of the former DOC area Colli Amerini were transferred . The area includes the municipalities of Attigliano, Giove, Penna in Teverina, Alviano, Amelia, Calvi dell'Umbria, Guardea, Lugnano in Teverina, Montecastrilli, Narni, Otricoli, San Gemini and Terni in the ...
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amelia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-mē′lē-ă Definitions: 1. Congenital absence of a limb or limbs. Autosomal dominant, autosomal recessive, and X-linked forms have been reported, but most cases are sporadic.
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amelia

[n] - congenital absence of an arm or leg
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