A software package by Bill Atkinson for storage and retrieval of information on the Macintosh. It can handle images and is designed for browsing. The powerful customisable interactive user interface allows new applications to be easily constructed by manipulating objects on the screen, often without conventional programming, though the language HyperTalk can be used for more complex tasks.
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[“Apple Macintosh HyperCard User Guide”, Apple Computer 1987].
[hahy-per-kat-l-ek-tik] /ˌhaɪ pərˌkæt lˈɛk tɪk/ adjective, Prosody. 1. (of a line of verse) containing an additional syllable after the last dipody or foot. Compare (def 2), . /ˌhaɪpəˌkætəˈlɛktɪk/ adjective 1. (prosody) (of a line of verse) having extra syllables after the last foot
[hahy-per-kat-l-ek-sis] /ˌhaɪ pərˌkæt lˈɛk sɪs/ noun, plural hypercatalexes [hahy-per-kat-l-ek-seez] /ˌhaɪ pərˌkæt lˈɛk siz/ (Show IPA). Prosody. 1. the addition of one or more syllables after the final foot in a line of verse.
hypercementosis hy·per·ce·men·to·sis (hī’pər-sē’měn-tō’sĭs, -sĭ-měn’-) n. An overgrowth of cementum on the root of a tooth possibly caused by localized trauma or inflammation, metabolic dysfunction, or developmental defects.
[hahy-per-chahrj] /ˈhaɪ pərˌtʃɑrdʒ/ noun, Physics. 1. a quantum number assigned to baryons and mesons, equal to B + S, where B is the baryon number and S is the strangeness. 2. the quantum number equal to B + S + C, where C is the charm. /ˈhaɪpəˌtʃɑːdʒ/ noun 1. a property of baryons that is […]