Heraklit



language
A distributed object-oriented language.
[“Definition einer objektorientierten Programmiersprache mit hierarchischem Typkonzept”, B. Hindel, diss U Erlangen-Nuernberg, Dec 1987].
(1995-03-16)

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    [he-ral-dik, huh-] /hɛˈræl dɪk, hə-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of or heraldry: heraldic form; heraldic images; heraldic history; a heraldic device. /hɛˈrældɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to heraldry 2. of or relating to heralds adj. 1772, on model of French héraldique (15c.), from Medieval Latin heraldus (see herald).

  • Heraldically

    [he-ral-dik, huh-] /hɛˈræl dɪk, hə-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of or heraldry: heraldic form; heraldic images; heraldic history; a heraldic device. /hɛˈrældɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to heraldry 2. of or relating to heralds adj. 1772, on model of French héraldique (15c.), from Medieval Latin heraldus (see herald).



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