a marriage without a civil or ecclesiastical ceremony, generally resulting from an agreement to marry followed by the couple’s living together.
A legal marriage brought about by the cohabitation of a man and a woman, or by their agreement to consider themselves married, rather than by a wedding. (See common law.)
- Common lisp
language A dialect of Lisp defined by a consortium of companies brought together in 1981 by the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Companies included Symbolics, Lisp Machines, Inc., Digital Equipment Corporation, Bell Labs., Xerox, Hewlett-Packard, Lawrence Livermore Labs., Carnegie-Mellon University, Stanford University, Yale, MIT and USC Berkeley. Common Lisp is lexically scoped by default […]
- Common lisp in parallel
language, parallel (CLIP) A version of Common LISP from Allegro for the Sequent Symmetry. (1994-12-12)
- Common lisp object system
language (CLOS) An object-oriented extension to Common LISP, based on generic functions, multiple inheritance, declarative method combination and a meta-object protocol. A descendant of CommonLoops and based on Symbolics FLAVORS and Xerox LOOPS, among others. See also PCL. [“Common LISP Object System Specification X3J13 Document 88-002R”, D.G. Bobrow et al, SIGPLAN Notices 23, Sep 1988]. […]
noun, Mathematics. 1. a logarithm having 10 as the base. noun 1. a logarithm to the base ten. Usually written log or log10 Compare natural logarithm common logarithm A logarithm having 10 as its base. Compare natural logarithm.