A taxonomic genus within the subfamilyCervinae — the chital. (proper noun)
Examples of word axis
Backed by huge oil deposits and the second-largest gas reserves in the world, Iran spreads “soft power” across the region, from pipeline links connecting the Caspian Sea with the Persian Gulf, to mosque building in Central Asia and greater influence in Afghanistan and Iraq.6 It leads what I call an Axis of Resistance with Shiite and other militant allies in Lebanon, the Israel-Palestinian conflict, and in neighboring Iraq.
The Islamic Republic also found success extending its influence by forming, leading, and supporting what I call the Axis of Resistance—an anti-American, anti-Israel coalition that included Iran-backed Hezbollah in Lebanon, Hamas in the Palestinian territories, Shiite militants in Iraq, and ally Syria.
Like I said, it may be a contributive factor or a symptom to another clinical or personality disorder, but sexual and/or gender variances are not to be put in Axis I or Axis II on the multiaxial board of diagnosis.
Axis is out now and I'm thinking about getting the sequel this week.
As an experiment, last week I called Axis Bank's toll-free number and asked the charges for using an Axis debit card outside India.
Hopkinson has, of course, already won the Aurora – the fan-voted Canadian award – but Axis is a sequel to a Hugo winner.
“Hopkinson has, of course, already won the Aurora – the fan-voted Canadian award – but Axis is a sequel to a Hugo winner.”
Hopkinson has, of course, already won the Aurora - the fan-voted Canadian award - but Axis is a sequel to a Hugo winner.
The economic Axis is collaborating with the neo-Confederates against their common opponent — the American Union.
With the apparent revival of the Bush-Kennedy-McCain Axis of Amnesty this afternoon, this discussion seems pretty off-base.