(HASP) A program developed by IBM for NASA in the 1960s to SPOOL output on OS/MFT and OS/MVT to improve job processing performance.
[hoo-stoh-nee-uh] /huˈstoʊ ni ə/ noun 1. any North American plant, belonging to the genus Houstonia, of the madder family, especially H. caerulea, the common bluet. /huːˈstəʊnɪə/ noun 1. any small North American rubiaceous plant of the genus Houstonia, having blue, white, or purple flowers
[hyoo-stoh-nee-uh n] /hyuˈstoʊ ni ən/ noun 1. a native or resident of , Texas.
/ˈhaʊtɪŋ/ noun 1. a European whitefish, Coregonus oxyrhynchus, that lives in salt water but spawns in freshwater lakes: a valued food fish
[hoo-in-uh m, hwin-uh m, win-] /huˈɪn əm, ˈʰwɪn əm, ˈwɪn-/ noun 1. (in Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels) one of a race of horses endowed with reason, who rule the Yahoos, a race of degraded, brutish creatures having human form. 1727, in “Gulliver’s Travels,” coined by Swift to suggest whinnying.