Donald. 1913–83, British civil servant, who spied for the Russians: fled to the former Soviet Union (with Guy Burgess) in 1951
Sorley (ˈsɔːlɪ). 1911–96, Scottish Gaelic poet. His works include Dàin do Eimhir agus Dàin Eile (1943) and Spring Tide and Neap Tide (1977)
[muh-klen-uh n] /məˈklɛn ən/ noun 1. (John) Hugh, 1907–90, Canadian novelist and essayist.
[muh-kloud] /məˈklaʊd/ noun 1. Fiona, . 2. John James Rickard [rik-erd] /ˈrɪk ərd/ (Show IPA), 1876–1935, Scottish physiologist: one of the discoverers of insulin; Nobel Prize in medicine 1923. /məˈklaʊd/ noun 1. John James Rickard. 1876–1935, Scottish physiologist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1923) with Banting for their part in discovering insulin […]
language A dialect of Lisp developed at MIT AI Lab in 1966, known for its efficiency and programming facilities. MacLisp was later used by Project MAC, Mathlab and Macsyma. It ran on the PDP-10. It introduced the LEXPR (a function with variable arity), macros, arrays, and CATCH/THROW. MacLisp was one of two main branches of […]
[mak-ma-awn] /mak maˈɔ̃/ noun 1. Marie Edmé Patrice Maurice [ma-ree ed-mey pa-trees moh-rees] /maˈri ˈɛd meɪ paˈtris moʊˈris/ (Show IPA), Count de (Duke of Magenta) 1808–93, president of France 1873–79. /French makmaɔ̃/ noun 1. Marie Edme Patrice Maurice (mari ɛdmə patris mɔris), Comte de Macmahon. 1808–93, French military commander. He commanded the troops that suppressed […]