Devices that convert acoustical sound waves into corresponding variations in electrical current that are then amplified, transmitted, or recorded.
Instrument that provides a magnified view of an object being studied usually by optical means. Electrons, X-rays and ultra-violet light can be used instead of visible light
slides prepared for examination under the microscope
The use of microscopes to study objects or samples. The three major types of microscopy are optical, electron and scanning probe microscopy.
Reconstructive surgery on small body parts. Microsurgery is performed under magnification using delicate instruments and precise techniques.
An instrument used to cut thin sections of biological material so that they can be examined under a microscope.
A person, usually a woman who assists during childbirth. Historically, many midwives learnt through experience rather than formal training.
The medical speciality for women who help during childbirth, as well as the period before and immediately afterwards.
Moving from one country, region, or place to settle in another. W.
A post set at quarter mile intervals measuring the distance along the railway line.
A military medal is a decoration given to military personnel or units for heroism in battle or distinguished service. They are designed to be worn on military uniform.
Vessel designed for holding and serving milk, especially for medium-sized pitchers having a handle and a spout or lip and sometimes a lid; usually made as part of a tea service; originating in the early 18th century. For containers for holding and serving cream, especially small pitchers, use "cream jug."
milk tank wagon
A railway vehicle dedicated to the carriage of milk in bulk.
A railway van for transporting milk in churns.
A machine or device that reduces a solid or coarse substance into pulp or minute grains by crushing, grinding, or pressing
In nutrition, naturally occuring substances that are an important dietary element
vehicle purpose designed for the conveyance of minerals, particularly coal, iron ore etc.
General term applied to any 35mm camera or smaller.
used to measure a minim - one sixteenth of a drachm, equivalent to one drop of water; unit of volume , specifically 1/60th of a fluidram or 1/480th of a fluid ounce. Used 1824-1963 in the United Kingdom; 1963 Weights and Measures Act provided for the abolition of the minim
Special form of magnetic compass, a type of circumferentor, with naked-eye or telescopic sights that is used in mine surveying. Usually fitted with vertical graduated scales for measuring inclination.