[hey-werd] /ˈheɪ wərd/
Leland, 1902–71, U.S. theatrical producer.
a city in central California, SE of Oakland.
(Brit, obsolete) a parish officer in charge of enclosures and fences
proper name, from Old English hege-weard “guardian of the fence/hedge.” His original duties seem to have been protecting the fences around the Lammas lands, when enclosed, to prevent cattle from breaking in while the crops grew.
Jerome Chailloux and Emmanuel St James, INRIA, France. A LISP dialect close to Common Lisp, lexically scoped, with a CLOS-like object system. Uses both packages and modules. “le-lisp: A Portable and Efficient Lisp System”, J. Chailloux et al, Proc 1984 ACM Symp on Lisp and Functional Programming, ACM. Version v.16, available from ILOG, France.
[luh-lwahr; Spanish le-lwahr] /ləˈlwɑr; Spanish lɛˈlwɑr/ noun 1. Luis Federico [lwees fe-th e-ree-kaw] /lwis ˌfɛ ðɛˈri kɔ/ (Show IPA), 1906–1987, Argentine biochemist, born in France: Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1970. Leloir Le·loir (lə-lwär’, lě-), Luis Federico. Born 1906. French-born Argentine biochemist. He won a 1970 Nobel Prize for the discovery of sugar nucleotides and their […]
[lee-lee; Dutch ley-lee] /ˈli li; Dutch ˈleɪ li/ noun 1. Sir Peter [pee-ter;; Dutch pey-tuh r] /ˈpi tər;; Dutch ˈpeɪ tər/ (Show IPA), (Pieter van der Faes) 1618–80, Dutch painter in England. /ˈliːlɪ/ noun 1. Sir Peter. Dutch name Pieter van der Faes. 1618–80, Dutch portrait painter in England
[lem] /lɛm/ noun, plural LEMs, LEM’s. 1. lunar excursion module. /lɛm/ noun acronym 1. lunar excursion module lunar excursion module