acclimatizing

  • 1 Acclimatizing — Acclimatize Ac*cli ma*tize ([a^]k kl[imac] m[.a]*t[imac]z), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Acclimatized} ([a^]k kl[imac] m[.a]*t[imac]zd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Acclimatizing} ([a^]k kl[imac] m[.a]*t[imac] z[i^]ng).] To inure or habituate to a climate different …

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  • 2 acclimatizing — acclimatize (Amer.) ac·cli·ma·tize || É™ klaɪmÉ™taɪz v. adjust to a new environment; adapt oneself (also acclimatise) …

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  • 3 acclimatizing — …

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  • 4 acclimatize — UK [əˈklaɪmətaɪz] / US [əˈklaɪməˌtaɪz] verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms acclimatize : present tense I/you/we/they acclimatize he/she/it acclimatizes present participle acclimatizing past tense acclimatized past participle acclimatized to …

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  • 5 Everest, Mount — Tibetan Chomolungma Nepali Sagarmatha Peak on the crest of the Himalayas, southern Asia. The highest point on Earth, with a summit at 29,035 ft (8,850 m), it lies on the border between Nepal and Tibet (China). Numerous attempts to climb Everest… …

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  • 6 Acclimatization — Ac*cli ma*ti*za tion ([a^]k kl[imac] m[.a]*t[i^]*z[=a] sh[u^]n), n. The act of acclimatizing; the process of inuring to a new climate, or the state of being so inured. Darwin. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 Acclimatize — Ac*cli ma*tize ([a^]k kl[imac] m[.a]*t[imac]z), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Acclimatized} ([a^]k kl[imac] m[.a]*t[imac]zd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Acclimatizing} ([a^]k kl[imac] m[.a]*t[imac] z[i^]ng).] To inure or habituate to a climate different from that… …

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  • 8 Acclimatized — Acclimatize Ac*cli ma*tize ([a^]k kl[imac] m[.a]*t[imac]z), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Acclimatized} ([a^]k kl[imac] m[.a]*t[imac]zd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Acclimatizing} ([a^]k kl[imac] m[.a]*t[imac] z[i^]ng).] To inure or habituate to a climate different …

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  • 9 Global warming controversy — refers to a variety of disputes, significantly more pronounced in the popular media than in the scientific literature,[1][2] regarding the nature, causes, and consequences of global warming. The disputed issues involve the causes of increased… …

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  • 10 Mount Everest — Everest redirects here. For other uses, see Everest (disambiguation). Mount Everest (Qomolongma / Sagarmatha) Highest Mountain in the World …

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  • 11 American Enterprise Institute — infobox Organization name = American Enterprise Institute size = 300px abbreviation = AEI motto = Competition of ideas is fundamental to a free society. formation = 1943 type = Public Policy Think Tank headquarters = 1150 Seventeenth Street NW… …

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  • 12 Seven Summits — The Seven Summits are the highest mountains of each of the seven continents. Summiting all of them is regarded as a mountaineering challenge, first postulated as such in the 1980s by Richard Bass (Bass et al 1986). Seven Summits definitionsDue to …

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  • 13 List of feral children in mythology and fiction — Feral children (that is, human children raised by non human animals) in mythology and fiction are often depicted as having superior strength, intelligence and morals to normal humans, the implication being that because of their upbringing they… …

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  • 14 Acclimatization — is the process of an organism adjusting to chronic change in its environment, often involving temperature, moisture, food, often relating to seasonal climate changes. (In laboratory conditions, this process is controlled to one variable change… …

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  • 15 White Rhinoceros — White Rhinoceros[1] White rhinoceros in Kruger Park Conservation status …

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  • 16 Huayna Potosí — Infobox Mountain Name = Huayna Potosí Photo = Huayna Potosi2.jpg Caption = Elevation = convert|6088|m|ft|0|lk=on Location = Bolivia Range = Andes Prominence = Coordinates = coord|16|15|45|S|68|09|13.50|W|type:mountain|display=inline,title… …

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  • 17 Mark Inglis — Mark Joseph Inglis Born 27 September 1959 (1959 09 27) (age 52) Residence Hanmer Springs, New Zealand Nationality New Zealand Occupation …

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  • 18 Charles Ledger — (4 March 1818 – 19 May 1905)[1] was an alpaca farmer and noted for his work in connection with quinine, a treatment for malaria. Ledger belonged to a huguenot family that emigrated to England in the 18th century; he was born at London, the son of …

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  • 19 House of Meetings — Infobox Book | name = House of Meetings title orig = translator = image caption = author = Martin Amis illustrator = Peter Mendelsund and Chip Kidd (USA edition) cover artist = country = Great Britain language = English series = genre = Novel… …

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  • 20 Felix Aderca — Froim Zelig Aderca Zelicu Froim Adercu Born March 13, 1891(1891 03 13) Puieşti Died December 12, 1962(1962 12 12) (ag …

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