a fine, high-twisted and hard-twisted cotton thread, at least two-ply, used for hosiery, gloves, etc.
[lisp] /lɪsp/ noun 1. a speech defect consisting in pronouncing s and z like or nearly like the th- sounds of thin and this, respectively. 2. Phonetics. any unconventional articulation of the sibilants, as the pronunciation of s and z with the tongue between the teeth (lingual protrusion lisp) close to or touching the upper […]
- Lisp 1
The original Lisp. Invented by John McCarthy et al at MIT in the late 50’s. Followed by LISP 1.5.
- Lisp 1.5
The second version of Lisp, successor to LISP 1. Developed at MIT in 1959. Followed by LISP 1.75, LISP 1.9, Lisp 2 and many other versions.
- Lisp 2
LISP 1.5 with an ALGOL 60-like surface syntax. Also optional type declarations, new data types including integer-indexed arrays and character strings, partial-word extraction/insertion operators and macros. A pattern-matching facility similar to COMIT was proposed. Implemented for the Q-32 computer. [“The LISP 2 Programming Language and System”, P.W. Abrahams et al, Proc FJCC 29:661-676, AFIPS (Fall […]