Crossword clues for lyme
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Lyme or LYME may refer to:
LYME and LYCE are solution stacks composed entirely of free and open-source software to build high-availability heavy duty dynamic web pages. The stacks are composed of:
- Linux, the operating system;
- Yaws, the web server;
- Mnesia or CouchDB, the database;
- Erlang, the functional programming language.
The LYME and LYCE bundles can be and are combined with many other free and open-source software packages such as e.g. netsniff-ng for security testing and hardening, Snort, an intrusion detection (IDS) and intrusion prevention system (IPS), RRDtool for diagrams, or Nagios, Collectd, or Cacti, for monitoring.
Usage examples of "lyme".
Tulliver could contrive on short notice, the happy couple repaired to High CLyme and Carey packed Suzannah off to school in Lyme Regis.
Colonel Bullen Reymes, of Wadden, in Dorsetshire, writes me word that he has succeeded in obtaining for Sir John Berkeley a passage to France through Captain William Ellesdon, of Lyme Regis.
Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, schistosomiasis, brucellosis, and shigellosis, to offer but a sampling.
It was, then, towards nightfall upon the twelfth day of June 1685 that the news reached our part of the country that Monmouth had landed the day before at Lyme, a small seaport on the boundary between Dorsetshire and Devonshire.
Lyme Regis or that his dog has beriberi or any of that Holmesian nonsense.
She looked up Donny MacDonald, and learned he was an ophthalmologist living in New Lyme, Connecticut.
Australian ticks include the very nasty Q fever, tick typhus and Lyme disease.
He followed up over the next two and a half years with complete or partial DNA sequences of several more microbes, including agents that cause Lyme disease, stomach ulcers and malaria.
O messager, fulfild of dronkenesse, Strong is thy breeth, thy lymes faltren ay, And thou biwreyest alle secreenesse.
It started up about three years ago and they diagnosed her with everything from Lyme disease to chronic fatigue syndrome.
No less arresting is Lyme disease, which comes from the bite of a tiny deer tick.
Then there were all the diseases one is vulnerable to in the woods--giardiasis, eastern equine encephalitis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, schistosomiasis, brucellosis, and shigellosis, to offer but a sampling.
Better established is Lyme disease, caused by a spirochete that we get from the bite of ticks carried by mice and deer.
Although the first known human cases in the United States appeared only as recently as 1962, Lyme disease is already reaching epidemic proportions in many parts of our country.
Lavelle of Maryland Task Force 1, told me one dog became sick from lyme disease, but he didn't think it was related to the bombing.