[fawr-uh-ster, for-] /ˈfɔr ə stər, ˈfɒr-/
C(ecil) S(cott) 1899–1966, English novelist and journalist.
a person skilled in forestry or in charge of a forest
any of various Old World moths of the genus Ino, characterized by brilliant metallic green wings: family Zygaenidae
a person or animal that lives in a forest
(capital) a member of the Ancient Order of Foresters, a friendly society
C(ecil) S(cott) 1899–1966, English novelist; creator of Captain Horatio Hornblower in a series of novels on the Napoleonic Wars
late 13c. (late 12c. as a surname), from Old French forestier “forest ranger, forest-dweller” (also, as an adjective, “wild, rough, coarse, unsociable”), from forest (see forest (n.)).
Distributed logic language. “CS-Prolog on Multi-Transputer Systems”, I. Futo et al, Microprocessors & Microsystems, March 1989.
[druhb] /drʌb/ verb (used with object), drubbed, drubbing. 1. to beat with a stick or the like; cudgel; flog; thrash. 2. to defeat decisively, as in a game or contest. 3. to drive as if by flogging: Latin grammar was drubbed into their heads. 4. to stamp (the feet). noun 5. a blow with a […]
job, cryptography /krip’ee/ A cryptographer. One who hacks or implements software or hardware for cryptography. [Jargon File] (1996-08-23)
noun a registered trademark for a process in which meat is sealed in plastic, the air removed by a vacuum pump; also the thermoplastic resin wrapping film which can be heat-shrunk onto foods