Miis



language
/Meese/ An interpreted language with one-letter keywords.
[Details? Similar to MUMPS?]
(1995-01-10)

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  • Mike

    [mahyk] /maɪk/ noun 1. Also, mic. Informal. a microphone. verb (used with object), miked, miking. 2. Informal. to supply or amplify with one or more microphones; attach a microphone to: to mike a singer. verb (used without object), miked, miking. 3. Informal. to use or position a microphone: to mike properly when recording a singer. […]



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  • Miked

    [mahyk] /maɪk/ noun 1. Also, mic. Informal. a microphone. verb (used with object), miked, miking. 2. Informal. to supply or amplify with one or more microphones; attach a microphone to: to mike a singer. verb (used without object), miked, miking. 3. Informal. to use or position a microphone: to mike properly when recording a singer. […]



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