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"assila tori" Discussed on The Dictionary

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10:12 min | 10 months ago

"assila tori" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello Word nerds and welcome to another episode of the dictionary. Am I sounding announcer enough for you all right. Let's get to the first word it is ape eight P E. It's the first form of three I love apes and primates monkeys. They're my favorite animals YEP now. You know a little bit more about me. This is a noun from before the twelfth century one a a the synonym is a monkey especially one of the larger tailless or short tailed old world forms one be any of various large Tayla semi erect primates of Africa and southeastern Asia as the Chimpanzee Gorilla Orangutan Dan or Gibbon of course I always used to say a renting I think most people do but there is no g at the end so I learned that it's really Aranka Tan and then the end of the definition says called also anthropoid or anthropoid ape and then compared to the synonym great ape was there a drink called grape. Ape knows a cartoon character. Yeah I think there was a cartoon character called grape to a we have these synonym mimic and with that definition of the word ape is often used in crossword puzzles to be eh a large uncouth person. APE like is an adjective all right. Let's do this second form of the word ape. It's a transitive verb from sixteen thirty two to copy closely but often clumsily and ineptly synonym is the word copy apor deeper is a noun and now we have the third form of a it's an adjective from nineteen fifty five synonyms are crazy and wild usually usually used in the phrase. Go Ape. Don't mind if I do well next. We have a Peek A. The E. A. K. A. Word. I don't think I've ever seen before it's an adjective or adverb from fifteen ninety six being in a vertical position as in with ors a peak. I'm assuming that's ores like in a boat or canoe. The etymology says this is an alternative of earlier a pike. Api K. E. A. Probably from the French pick which means vertically next we have a man there is a hyphen between the two words. It's a noun from eighteen sixty nine a primate as in Australopithecus pissing intermediate in character between Homo Sapiens and the higher apes and yes. I think I actually did say author low pithy incorrectly early next. We have a French word that I'm sure I will butcher but it is something like a pursue yeah sort of It is spelled spelled A. P. E. R. C. You and the C has that accent underneath the letter. I do not know what it is called apologies for that but you you know what I'm talking about. This is a noun from eighteen o nine one a brief survey or sketch synonym is outline to an immediate impression especially the two definitions for the word insight so yes as I said this is French from from the verb appar save war or wa which means to perceive that is from old French appear few I do you know how to pronounce this eight p. e. r. c. v. r. e. and that means to perceive and there's more at the word perceive. There was some some other information but it basically says the same thing that I already said next. We have a period and a p. E. R. The N. T. It's an adjective from sixteen twenty six gently moving the bowels while did not expect that synonym is laxative. Have a period is also a noun next. We have a periodic. It's the word periodic with an a at the beginning. It's an adjective active from eighteen seventy one of irregular occurrence not periodic as in a periodic floods to not we're having periodic vibrations not Assila Tori a periodically is an adverb and a periodicity is a noun next. We have oppor Tif A. P. E. R. I T. I F. This is a noun from eighteen ninety four an alcoholic drink taken before a meal as an appetizer. I hope that's not the only appetizer you're having because you're GonNa get drunk Parada quick doc next. We have aperture A. P. E. R. T. U. R. E. This is a noun from the fifteenth century. One One and opening or open space synonym is whole to a the opening in a photographic lens that admits the light to to be the diameter of the Stop in an optical system that determines the diameter of the bundle of Rays Trans versing the instrument to see see the diameter of the objective Lens or mere of a telescope as I've mentioned in the past I have a background in film and video and photography and so I am familiar with this term aperture and I find the whole mechanics and optics of lenses pretty interesting. I don't know the physics of IT Really I. I only know the the very tip of the iceberg but it's pretty interesting when you really dig into it. Let's see the etymology says this is Latin then from opportunists which is from the verb op array which means to open next we have a pelous. AP AP E. T. A. L. U. S. This is an adjective from circa seventeen o six having no pedals and pedals is spelled Velde P. E. T. A. L. S. Those are the petals on a flower not the pedals on a bike next have apex. This is a noun from sixteen o one one A. The uppermost point synonym is Vertex as in the PECs of a mountain one be the narrowed arrowed or pointed end synonym is tip as in the apex of the tongue to the highest or culminating point as in the apex of his career. I think I've hit mine synonym for all definitions is the word summit next. We have APP Gar score are two words. The first word is capital A. P. G. A. R. This is a noun from nineteen fifty nine an index used to evaluate the condition of a newborn infant based on a rating of zero one or two for each of the five characteristics of Color Heart heart rate response to stimulation of the sole of the foot muscle tone and respiration with ten being perfect score so in each of those is five characteristics. If the baby did a great job in each of those it seems like they would have gotten a to which totals up to ten. I wonder what score I got. Maybe that's in my old records or something. I'll have to look into that see if my parents have that somewhere this is named after Virginia APP Gar died in nineteen seventy four and she was an American anesthesiologist. I love saying that word all right. I think we will do one more for this episode. It is a for ASIS A P. H. E. R. E. S. I s. this episode is filled with words have never heard before. It's a a noun from fifteen fifty the loss of one or more sounds or letters at the beginning of a word as in round four around owned or a round now who says a round it's around and Kuhn for raccoon. I don't know if they needed to put coon in there. That seems a little bit racist even though they're specifically talking about raccoons but the history of that word is not great so Can you change that please dictionary. Thanks APHORISTIC is an adjective this is from the Greek off for racists which literally means taking off and that is from Farina gene which means to take away that is from Otto Plus Herron which means to take what a what shall I choose to be the word of the episode. There's a bunch in here that I liked ape ape man APERITIF apgar score. What do you think let me know Send me an email. A tweet a message on facebook I liked aperture to this is a hard one. I think I'm just going to have to go with Abe as I said apes and monkeys and primates are are my favorite animals and so they have a very special place in my heart the one a definition of a had the synonym monkey which reminded me of a phrase that I learned how to say backwards while ago I won't go into the details but I will say it now for you and then I will reverse it and then we will end the episode so it is economic impact cool look at me. I'm on the hopefully that worked out well. I'll find out in the editing. That is the end of the episode. Thank you very much for listening until next time this suspense or reading the dictionary maybe I.

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"assila tori" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"assila tori" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The most recent wasn't twenty eight teen. I got E coli bacteria into my blood really urinary tract infection. Oh, jeez. It affected my spinal cord and effectual the vertebrae in the back. So I had to be operated on. And my surgeon put. Two rods, and page in my mind and I'm still recovering from today. But I this is my second infection, which is was life threatening. I'm just afraid I'll get third one. You know, I. You know, the, the condition that you're describing it's called euro sepsis when it starts in the urine, and gets into the blood, and then, you know, one of the devastating things that can happen, when it reaches the spinal cord, this minal cordons that easy to affect, isn't it? Yeah. And, you know, if you get an infection on your spine, I write about in my book about my father-in-law getting an infection on his spine and paralyzed him. And I went from being the, the doctor who was treating people to being terrified family member. So when I hear about your listeners case it reminds me of my family members and what he was left asking, what can he do to prevent this, and I think that's exactly what you were wondering some cases. There's nothing you can do we learn from, from my, my father in law had a genetic condition that predisposed him the staff, infection your listeners thing that she has an e-coli infection, and E, coli everywhere. It's one of the most common bacteria in environment and in sometimes nothing you can do to stop it from happening. I know that's not a reassuring thing to hear. But it's not the kind of thing that we can easily control. Okay. Hey, let's go to more calls. Thanks helling. Take care of yourself. It's bad enough. You have to worry about injuring your spinal cord. Now you have to worry about an infection of the spinal. But that's what meningitis is, isn't it? Yeah. That's exactly right. Next up, we go to James in Beaumont, Texas east of the Rockies. Good morning James, go ahead. A short list of things that have proven to be effective, you know, instead of Abidi, like the Utah, sort of rate, each one of them, real quickly, different, one, okay, matching frequencies, like model, Assila, Tori rate, you know that exposed the pathogens. I use the positive square wave. Have you heard of that you heard of it? We don't. Next one go for it. Okay. About m s miracle mineral solution with the sodium all call. Right is used as disinfected. But, you know, Jim humble guy that help to a lot of malaria, with that out in the jungles. You miss so call right? Yep. Is that pretty good? Yes. I mean these things that the challenge is that a lot of people have anecdotal experience, where they say it worked for me, and it worked for people, I know and then what we want to see is the systematic study of these things to be able to say, this will definitely work for the next patient. I give it to. And that's where things get a little tricky. I've definitely heard good experiences with both of the things you've mentioned Matt does. Simple commonsense play any role here. You know, commonsense is one of the things that I wish it was easy to pass along the common sense of preventing infections, but these things are everywhere, and I don't want people to feel like if you get an infection they did something it's over right? Yeah, exactly. But, you know, by the same token, that there is some common sense know if you haven't open flesh wound, don't go into a dirty body of water. You know, if you have a getting chemotherapy and have a weakened immune system, you don't wanna go into a musty basement and clean out. The mold doing things to protect yourself is can be a complicated task. And so I don't know that everyone is. Is a wear what they can do to protect themselves. Why is the body mezzo susceptible to infection? I mean you can get ear infections. I in fact mouth, infection, everything can be infected. There's there's stuff all around us. And our body is pretty good at protecting ourselves. But I got a buddy who's in his thirties, and he said, why do I get?.

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