(Or “Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator”) A first generation computer developed in 1944 by Howard Aiken of Harvard University. The Mark 1 is seen as the first full-sized digital computer. It weighed 5 tons, had 500 miles of wiring, was used only for numeric calculations, and took three seconds to carry out one multiplication.
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[mahr-kuh n] /ˈmɑr kən/ adjective 1. . [mahr-kuh n] /ˈmɑr kən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of St. Mark or of the second Gospel.
[mahr-kuh, -kah] /ˈmɑr kə, -kɑ/ noun, plural marka, markas. 1. the basic monetary unit of Bosnia and Herzegovina, equal to 100 pfenigs. /ˈmɑːkə/ noun 1. a unit of currency introduced as an interim currency in Bosnia-Herzegovina; replaced by the euro in 2002
- Mark Antony
[mahrk an-tuh-nee] /mɑrk ˈæn tə ni/ noun 1. . [an-tuh-nee] /ˈæn tə ni/ noun 1. Mark (Marcus Antonius) 83?–30 b.c, Roman general: friend of Caesar; member of the second triumvirate and rival of Octavian. 2. a male given name. noun 1. See Antony /ˈæntənɪ/ noun 1. Mark. Latin name Marcus Antonius. ?83–30 bc, Roman general […]
[mahrk-doun] /ˈmɑrkˌdaʊn/ noun 1. a reduction in price, usually to encourage buying. 2. the amount by which a price is reduced. /ˈmɑːkˌdaʊn/ noun 1. a price reduction verb 2. (transitive, adverb) to reduce in price