A multiple-style specification language.
[“Algebraic Specifications in an Integrated Software Development and Verification System”, A. Voss, Diss, U Kaiserslautern, 1985].
noun the former name of Colón Contemporary Examples His installation adorned the façade of aspinwall House, an old colonial warehouse used by Scottish and British Empire traders. Robert Montgomery’s Words of Wisdom Amelia Martyn-Hemphill September 11, 2013 Historical Examples To make the aspinwall lock on schedule time is always cause for joy by the humble […]
a person who , as one who seeks or desires a career, advancement, status, etc.: The aspirants for foundation grants had yet to prove themselves. or yearning for something important or of value. Contemporary Examples This is where the votes are and where aspirant politicians have to aim much of their agenda. Netanyahu’s Studied Ambiguity […]
a voiceless stop accompanied by strong aspiration, as φ, θ, χ.
Phonetics. to articulate (a speech sound, especially a stop) so as to produce an audible puff of breath, as with the first t of total, the second t being unaspirated. to articulate (the beginning of a word or syllable) with an h -sound, as in which, pronounced (hwich), or hitch as opposed to witch or […]