microinvasion mi·cro·in·va·sion (mī’krō-ĭn-vā’zhən)
Invasion of in situ carcinoma into tissue that is immediately adjacent, being the earliest stage of malignant neoplastic invasion.
/ˈmaɪkrəʊˌdʒɛt/ noun 1. a light jet-propelled aircraft
operating system An approach to operating system design emphasising small modules that implement the basic features of the system kernel and can be flexibly configured. (1999-08-02)
[mahy-kruh-les-i-thuh l] /ˌmaɪ krəˈlɛs ɪ θəl/ adjective, Embryology. 1. having a small amount of yolk, as certain eggs or ova.
/mi:”-kroh-len”-*t/ The unit of bogosity, written uL; the consensus is that this is the largest unit practical for everyday use. The microLenat, originally invented by David Jefferson, was promulgated as an attack against noted computer scientist Doug Lenat by a tenured graduate student at CMU. Doug had failed the student on an important exam for […]