Benefits obtained in an evil manner or by dishonest means, as in They duped their senile uncle into leaving them a fortune and are now enjoying their ill-gotten gains. [ Mid-1800s ]
noun 1. a disagreeable or surly mood.
Assembly language for the ILLIAC computer. Listed in CACM 2(5):16, (May 1959) p.16.
- Illiac iv
computer One of the most infamous supercomputers ever. It used early ideas on SIMD (single instruction stream, multiple data streams). The project started in 1965, it used 64 processors and a 13MHz clock. In 1976 it ran its first sucessfull application. It had 1MB memory (64x16KB). Its actual performance was 15 MFLOPS, it was estimated […]
[ih-lib-er-uh l, ih-lib-ruh l] /ɪˈlɪb ər əl, ɪˈlɪb rəl/ adjective 1. narrowminded; bigoted. 2. Archaic. /ɪˈlɪbərəl/ adjective 1. narrow-minded; prejudiced; bigoted; intolerant 2. not generous; mean 3. lacking in culture or refinement adj. 1530s, “ungentlemanly, base, mean,” from Middle French illiberal (14c.), from Latin illiberalis “ungenerous, mean, sordid; unworthy of a freeman,” from assimilated form […]