[ee-vuh n-sawng, -song] /ˈi vənˌsɔŋ, -ˌsɒŋ/
(usually initial capital letter). Also called evening prayer. Anglican Church. a form of worship said or sung in the evening.
Roman Catholic Church. (def 3c).
(Church of England) Also called Evening Prayer, vespers. the daily evening service of Bible readings and prayers prescribed in the Book of Common Prayer
(archaic) another name for vespers
an archaic or poetic word for evening
Old English æfensang; see even (n.) + song.
adjective Fair; even; equitable: Give me the hundred and fifty and we’ll call it even-steven adverb : And we’ll do likewise for San Francisco and Odessa, or any places we want, always evenstephen (1866+)
[ee-vuh n-stee-vuh n] /ˈi vənˈsti vən/ adjective, Informal. 1. having no balance of debt on either side; even in the setting of accounts. 2. having an equal chance or score; tied. adjective Fair; even; equitable: Give me the hundred and fifty and we’ll call it even-steven adverb : And we’ll do likewise for San Francisco […]
- Event creation
noun the planning and staging of a public social event Examples The event creation company devises and develops special once-off type events which involves significant creative input.
- Event description language
language (EDL) [“EDL: A Basis for Distributed System Debugging Tools”, P.C. Bates et al, in Proc Hawaii Intl Conf on Sys Sci, Jan 1982, pp.86-93]. (2007-07-11)