(in some Protestant churches) the left side of a church, facing the altar.
noun 1. an unquestionably true statement, fact, etc. Something that is unquestionably true. For example, Every word he uttered was the gospel truth . The word gospel , which comes from the Old English god spel , “good news,” has been used to describe something that is thought to be as true as the biblical […]
/gos’p*r-izm/ A hack, invention, or saying due to arch-hacker R. William (Bill) Gosper. This notion merits its own term because there are so many of them. Many of the entries in HAKMEM are Gosperisms. See also life.
Graphics-Oriented Signal Processing Language. A graphical DSP language for simulation. [“Graphic Oriented Signal Processing Language – GOSPL”, C.D. Covington et al, Proc ICASSP-87, 1987].
[gos-plahn] /gɒsˈplɑn/ noun, (in the Soviet Union) 1. the official planning organization, which drew up projects embracing trade and industry, agriculture, education, and public health. /ˈɡɒsˌplæn/ noun 1. the state planning commission of the former Soviet Union or any of its constituent republics: it was responsible for coordination and development of the economy, social services, […]