permanent

(redirected from permanently)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

alopecia

Baldness Dermatology
1. Loss or absence of hair on the scalp.
2. Baldness, see there See Hair replacement, Hot comb alopecia, Moth-eaten alopecia.
Alopecia types
Male pattern
On the front and top–blame mother
Patchy
Alopecia areata–blame mother, angry lover
Permanent
Related to RT–blame radiation oncologist
Total
Alopecia capitis totalis–blame mother
Transient
Due to chemotherapy—cyclophosphamide, cytosine arabinoside, doxorubicin–blame oncologist
.
.

permanent

(pĕr′mă-nĕnt) [″ + manere, to remain]
Enduring; without change.
References in periodicals archive ?
Reflecting this desire, rather than the reality of the numbers that actually migrate, Gallup finds about 16% of the world's adults would like to move to another country permanently if they had the chance.
Gutierrez, Miami, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a February 24 court order based on a stipulated injunction; it was alleged that respondent prepared documents for a dissolution of marriage and rendered legal advice.
1, the new regulations eliminate the practice of having only courts determine how much money permanently disabled workers are awarded.
Also, Weyerhaeuser is permanently closing its corrugating medium machine at Hawesville, Kentucky.
permanently, he should wait before entering for the first time; after a green card is issued, the then-RA is taxed on worldwide income under Regs.
When the county proposed to sell the lot to McDonald's in 1996 for the construction of a restaurant, the Greenbelt Association and one of its members filed suit in the Court of Common Pleas to block the sale, arguing that a portion of the lot could not be developed because it had been permanently dedicated to "public park purposes" when acquired by the city of Harrisburg through eminent domain in 1913.
Cabrera, Miami, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a March 11 court order based on a stipulated injunction.
First, the federal Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act of 1940 needs to be amended to specifically prohibit the spouses of active duty military personnel from permanently moving children to other states without the permission either of the active duty military spouse or of a court.
It is also possible that 2 to 4 million SF of leases may permanently move outside of Manhattan.
167(a)-8, the taxpayer must establish that the claimed loss arose from the sudden, unexpected termination the property's usefulness and that the property was permanently withdrawn from business us However, any effort to find alternative use for the property might indicate that it was neither use less nor withdrawn from use.
Once their owners decide to shut them down permanently - a procedure known as decommissioning--there are three basic options: dismantling the plant and burying its parts; "mothballing," or storing, the plant for 10 to 50 years before dismantling; and permanently "entombing" the plant in concrete walls where it stands.
The Florida Supreme Court recently issued seven court orders permanently prohibiting 15 persons and/or corporations from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law.

Full browser ?