tracery, especially of the 14th and 15th centuries, characterized by a pattern of irregular, boldly curved forms.
- Flow-matic or flowmatic
(Originally B-0) Possibly the first English-like DP language. Developed at Remington Rand in 1958 for the UNIVAC I. [Sammet 1969, pp. 316-324]. (1994-10-24)
[floh-mee-ter] /ˈfloʊˌmi tər/ noun 1. an instrument for measuring the rate of a fluid in a pipe. /ˈfləʊˌmiːtə/ noun 1. an instrument that measures the rate of flow of a liquid or gas within a pipe or tube flowmeter flow·me·ter (flō’mē’-tər) n. An instrument for monitoring, measuring, or recording the rate of flow, pressure, or […]
[flohn] /floʊn/ verb 1. a past participle of 1 . [flohn] /floʊn/ adjective 1. decorated with colors that have been fluidly blended: flown ceramic ware. 2. Archaic. filled to excess. [flahy] /flaɪ/ verb (used without object), flew or for 11, 19, flied, flown, flying. 1. to move through the air using wings. 2. to be […]
- Flow of control