the first standard for CD-ROM data, now modified into the current standard, the ISO 9660 format
from name of group of 12 manufacturers who designed it in 1985
noun 1. a gesture, glance, or facial expression used as a surreptitious signal to warn, admonish, or inform. A secret signal intended to warn or inform, as in Dad gave us the high sign when it was time to leave. This expression presumably alludes to a gesture such as a hand wave. [ c. 1900 […]
/ˈhaɪˌsmɪθ/ noun 1. Patricia. 1921–95, US author of crime fiction. Her novels include Strangers on a Train (1950) and Ripley’s Game (1974)
noun 1. (def 9). noun 1.
[hahy-soun-ding] /ˈhaɪˈsaʊn dɪŋ/ adjective 1. having an impressive or pretentious sound; grand: the high-sounding titles of minor officials. adjective 1. another term for high-flown