a curve on a graph that shows a sharp fall after which values remain low for a long period
[el-shel] /ˈɛlˌʃɛl/ noun, Physics. 1. the second shell of electrons surrounding the nucleus of an atom and containing, when filled, eight electrons having principal quantum number 2.
Electronics. 1. large-scale integration: the technology for concentrating several thousand semiconductor devices in an integrated circuit. abbreviation 1. large scale integration large-scale integration
noun, Carpentry. 1. a sill for a building frame composed of a plate resting on the basement wall and a header or joist at the outer edge of the plate.
1. Larch Shared Language. An assertion language. (See Larch). 2. Link and Selector Language. Graphic query language. “LSL: A Link and Selector Language”, D.C. Tsichritzis, Proc Intl Conf Management of Data, ACM 1976, pp.123-134. Lesotho-loti (currency)