full plate armor of the early 16th century, representing a combination of Italian and German styles and characterized by extensive use of fluting for lightness and strength.
- Maximilian I
noun 1. 1459–1519, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1493–1519. noun 1. 1459–1519, king of Germany (1486–1519) and Holy Roman Emperor (1493–1519)
- Maximilian II
noun 1. 1527–76, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1564–76.
- Maximilien sully
[suhl-ee; for 1 also French sy-lee] /ˈsʌl i; for 1 also French süˈli/ noun 1. Maximilien de Béthune [mak-see-mee-lyan duh bey-tyn] /mak si miˈlyɛ̃ də beɪˈtün/ (Show IPA), Duc de, 1560–1641, French statesman. 2. Thomas, 1783–1872, U.S. painter, born in England. /ˈsʌlɪ/ verb -lies, -lying, -lied 1. to stain or tarnish (a reputation, etc) or […]
[mak-suh-min] /ˈmæk sə mɪn/ noun 1. a strategy of game theory employed to maximize a player’s possible gain. /ˈmæksɪˌmɪn/ noun 1. (maths) the highest of a set of minimum values 2. (in game theory, etc) the procedure of choosing the strategy that most benefits the least advantaged member of a group Compare minimax minimax