[lang-kuh-ster, -kes-ter] /ˈlæŋ kə stər, -kɛs tər/
Sir Edwin Ray, 1847–1929, English zoologist and writer.
Sir Edwin Ray. 1847–1929, English zoologist, noted particularly for his work in embryology and study of protozoans
[lang-kee] /ˈlæŋ ki/ adjective, lankier, lankiest. 1. ungracefully thin and rawboned; bony; gaunt: a very tall and lanky man. /ˈlæŋkɪ/ adjective lankier, lankiest 1. tall, thin, and loose-jointed adj. 1630s, “straight and flat,” used of hair, from lank + -y (2); sense of “awkwardly tall and thin” is first recorded 1818. Related: Lankiness.
Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, USA. Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Lan manager
operating system Microsoft’s OS/2-based network operating system. Developed in conjunction with 3Com, Lan Manager runs as a task under OS/2. Because of this, a file server may concurrently be used for other tasks, such as database services. It offers good mulitasking. (1997-03-19)
[lan-er] /ˈlæn ər/ noun 1. a falcon, Falco biarmicus, of southern Europe, northern Africa, and southern Asia. 2. Falconry. the female of this bird. /ˈlænə/ noun 1. a large falcon, Falco biarmicus, of Mediterranean regions, N Africa, and S Asia 2. (falconry) the female of this falcon Compare lanneret