[muh-kaw-lee] /məˈkɔ li/
Dame Rose, c1885–1958, English poet and novelist.
[bab-ing-tuh n] /ˈbæb ɪŋ tən/ (Show IPA), 1st Baron, 1800–59, English historian, author, and statesman.
Dame Rose. 1881–1958, British novelist. Her books include Dangerous Ages (1921) and The Towers of Trebizond (1956)
Thomas Babington, 1st Baron. 1800–59, English historian, essayist, and statesman. His History of England from the Accession of James the Second (1848–61) is regarded as a classic of the Whig interpretation of history
A symbolic mathematics package for commutative algebra, algebraic geometry and cohomology, written in C by Mike Stillman and Dave Bayer bayer@cUnixa.columbia.edu in 1977. Version 3 runs on Sun, Macintosh and Amiga.
[muh-kaw] /məˈkɔ/ noun 1. any of various large, long-tailed parrots, chiefly of the genus Ara, of tropical and subtropical America, noted for their brilliant plumage and harsh voice. /məˈkɔː/ noun 1. any large tropical American parrot of the genera Ara and Anodorhynchus, having a long tail and brilliant plumage n. species of large, long-tailed birds, […]
[muh k-beth, mak-] /məkˈbɛθ, mæk-/ noun 1. died 1057, king of Scotland 1040–57. 2. (italics) a tragedy (1606?) by Shakespeare. /məkˈbɛθ; mæk-/ noun 1. died 1057, king of Scotland (1040–57): succeeded Duncan, whom he killed in battle; defeated and killed by Duncan’s son Malcolm III masc. proper name, Gaelic, literally “son of life.” The first […]
file format An eight-bit wide representation of the data and resource forks of an Macintosh file and of relevant Finder information. MacBinary files are recognised as “special” by several MacIntosh terminal emulators. These emulators, using Kermit or XMODEM or any other file transfer protocol, can separate the incoming file into forks and appropriately modify the […]
1. . abbreviation 1. Maccabees (books of the Apocrypha) Maccabees