Li Shih-Chen (lē’ shər’chŭn’), 1518-1593.
Chinese biologist and pharmacist whose Great Pharmacopoeia (1596) became the standard text of Chinese herbal medicine.
- Li Shih-min
[Chinese lee shœ-meen] /Chinese ˈli ˈʃœˈmin/ noun 1. . [tahy-dzoo ng] /ˈtaɪˈdzʊŋ/ noun 1. (Li Shih-min) a.d. 597–649, Chinese emperor of the T’ang dynasty 627–649.
[lis-i-chahnsk; Russian lyi-syi-chyahnsk] /ˌlɪs ɪˈtʃɑnsk; Russian lyɪ syɪˈtʃyɑnsk/ noun 1. a city in E Ukraine, on the Donets River, NE of Donetsk.
/French lizjø/ noun 1. a town in NW France: Roman Catholic pilgrimage centre, for its shrine of St Thérèse, who lived there. Pop: 23 166 (1999)
- Liskov substitution principle
programming, theory (LSP) The principle that object-oriented functions that use pointers or references to a base class must be able to use objects of a derived class without knowing it. Barbara Liskov first wrote it as follows: If for each object o1 of type S there is an object o2 of type T such that […]