A father is a male or male who has fathered or has adopted a fatherly function. This means that a man can become a father in a biological sense or from a social and cultural responsibility that he acquires by resorting to adoption. The father's role, therefore, exceeds the merely biological issue or reproduction.
An anemometer is a device that is used in the field of meteorology to measure wind intensity. The anemometers have several blades equipped with cups, which look like small metal bowls: when the wind blows, the anemometer blades begin to turn. The record of the number of turns allows you to calculate the wind speed.
From the late Latin mixticius ("mixed", "mixed"), mestizo is the one born of father and mother of different races. The term is often used to name the individual born of a white man and an indigenous woman, or of an indigenous man and a white woman. The concept began to develop in 16th-century Spanish America as part of the social stratification and caste system based on race.
From the Latin fungus, a fungus is a eukaryotic organism that belongs to the Fungi kingdom. Fungi form a polyphyletic group (there is no common ancestor to all members) and are parasites or live on decomposing organic materials. The cell walls of fungi are formed by chitin.
The notion of remanufacturing is not part of the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE). We can find, instead, the term manufacturing, which refers to the product manufactured manually or with the assistance of a machine. We can affirm that a remanufacturing, therefore, is an object that has been manufactured again.
Originating in the Latin exoticus, which in turn comes from a Greek word, the concept of exotic refers to any pilgrim of a different nationality to those who observe it or to foreign objects or individuals, especially when it comes to something or someone who arrives from a distant territory. Within the framework of biology, it is customary to use the idea of exotic to describe the species, group, community, subspecies or lower taxon of both fauna and flora that can survive and reproduce without needing to be in their natural territory.