the third contrasting eight-bar section of a 32-bar pop song
data, architecture Neither big-endian nor little-endian. Used of perverse byte orders such as 3-4-1-2 or 2-1-4-3, occasionally found in the packed decimal formats of some minicomputer manufacturers. See -endian. [Jargon File] (1998-08-09)
- Middle england
noun 1. a characterization of a predominantly middle-class, middle-income section of British society living mainly in suburban and rural England noun the middle classes of England, esp. seen as politically conservative and having traditional values
noun 1. the finger between the forefinger and the third finger.
noun 1. the English language of the period c1150–c1475. Abbreviation: ME. noun 1. the English language from about 1100 to about 1450: main dialects are Kentish, Southwestern (West Saxon), East Midland (which replaced West Saxon as the chief literary form and developed into Modern English), West Midland, and Northern (from which the Scots of Lowland […]