Bind+tightly

  • 41 frap — verb (fraps, frapping, frapped) Nautical bind tightly. Origin ME (in the sense strike , now only dialect): from OFr. fraper to bind, strike …

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  • 42 frap — v.tr. (frapped, frapping) Naut. bind tightly. Etymology: F frapper bind, strike …

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  • 43 yerk — I. transitive verb Etymology: Middle English, to bind tightly Date: circa 1520 1. dialect to beat vigorously ; thrash 2. dialect to attack or excite vigorously ; goad II. noun …

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  • 44 Zanamivir — drugbox IUPAC name = 5 acetamido 4 guanidino 6 (1,2,3 trihydroxypropyl) 5,6 dihydro 4 H pyran 2 carboxylic acid CAS number = 139110 80 8 ATC prefix = J05 ATC suffix = AH01 ATC supplemental = PubChem = 60855 DrugBank = APRD00378 C=12 | H=20 | N=4… …

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  • 45 Sulfonic acid — General structure of sulfonic acid. R can also be equal to H. Sulfonic acid (or sulphonic acid) usually refers to a member of the class of organosulfur compounds with the general formula RS(=O)2–OH, where R is an alkyl or aryl.[1] The formal part …

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  • 46 CAMP receptor protein — Protein Name=PAGENAME caption=Structure of the E. coli Cyclic AMP Receptor Protein. Symbol=CRP AltSymbols=CAP EntrezGene=289905 RefSeq=NP 289905 UniProt=P0ACK0 PDB=1I5Z cAMP receptor protein (in short CRP, also known as catabolite gene activator… …

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  • 47 Human embryogenesis — is the process of cell division and cellular differentiation of the human embryo during early prenatal development. It spans from the moment of fertilization to the end of the 8th week of gestational age, whereafter the embryo is called a fetus.… …

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  • 48 Metalloprotease inhibitor — There are three classes of commonly used inhibitors for metalloproteinases. In vitro, EDTA, 1,10 phenanthroline and other chelating compounds lower the concentration of metal to the point where the metal is removed from the enzyme active site.… …

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  • 49 yerk — /yerrk/, Chiefly Brit. Dial. v.t. 1. to strike or whip. 2. to stir up; arouse; excite. 3. to jerk. 4. to move (a part of one s body) with a jerk. 5. to pull (stitches) tight or bind tightly. v.i. 6. to kick. 7. to rise suddenly. 8. to enter into… …

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  • 50 cycloamylose — noun any of a class of cyclic oligomers of glucose; they have a toroidal shape and bind tightly with many aromatic compounds, the guest molecule fitting into the cavity like a key and lock; they …

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  • 51 enfasten — verb /ɛnˈfæsə̆n/ To fasten, to bind tightly. Utterly vain is, alas! this attempt at the Absolute, wholly! …

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  • 52 streptavidin — A bacterial protein used as a probe in immunologic assays because of its strong affinity and specificity for biotin; s. is used as a bridge to link a chromogen to a biotinylated substrate specific for the subst …

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  • 53 cAMP receptor protein — Structure of the E. coli Cyclic AMP Receptor Protein. Identifiers Symbol CRP Alt. symbols CAP …

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  • 54 compress — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. reduce, digest, abridge, consolidate, condense; crowd, squeeze, contract. See density, contraction. n. pad, dressing. See remedy. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. condense, compact, press together,… …

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  • 55 frap — (v.) early 14c., from O.Fr. fraper (12c., Mod.Fr. frapper) to strike, hit beat, cognate with It. frappare “to strike,” of unknown origin, perhaps imitative (Cf. RAP (Cf. rap) (n.)). Nautical sense of bind tightly is from 1540s …

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  • 56 rigid — (adj.) 1530s, from L. rigidus hard, stiff, rough, severe, from rigere be stiff, from PIE *reig stretch (tight), bind tightly, make fast (Cf. O.Ir. riag torture, M.H.G. ric band, string ) …

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  • 57 constrain — verb 1》 compel or force towards a course of action.     ↘[as adjective constrained] appearing forced.     ↘severely restrict the scope, extent, or activity of. 2》 literary imprison. 3》 archaic bring about by compulsion. Derivatives constrainedly… …

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  • 58 ἐπεντανύσας — ἐπεντανύσᾱς , ἐπεντανύω bind tightly to aor part act masc nom/voc sg (attic epic ionic) …

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  • 59 constrain — ► VERB 1) compel or force towards a course of action. 2) (constrained) appearing forced. 3) severely restrict the scope, extent, or activity of. DERIVATIVES constrainedly adverb. ORIGIN Old French constraindre, from Latin constringere bind t …

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  • 60 constrainedly — constrain ► VERB 1) compel or force towards a course of action. 2) (constrained) appearing forced. 3) severely restrict the scope, extent, or activity of. DERIVATIVES constrainedly adverb. ORIGIN Old French constraindre, from Latin constringere… …

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