[mahy-truh-fawrm] /ˈmaɪ trəˌfɔrm/
shaped like the miter of a bishop.
[mahy-ter] /ˈmaɪ tər/ noun, verb (used with object), mitred, mitring. Chiefly British. 1. . [mahy-ter] /ˈmaɪ tər/ noun 1. the official headdress of a bishop in the Western Church, in its modern form a tall cap with a top deeply cleft crosswise, the outline of the front and back resembling that of a pointed arch. […]
[mi-trop-uh-luh s; Greek mee-traw-poo-laws] /mɪˈtrɒp ə ləs; Greek miˈtrɔ pu lɔs/ noun 1. Dimitri [dih-mee-tree;; Greek th ee-mee-tree] /dɪˈmi tri;; Greek ðiˈmi tri/ (Show IPA), 1897–1960, Greek symphony orchestra conductor in the U.S.
Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems
- Mit scheme
language (Previously “C-Scheme”) A Scheme implementation by the MIT Scheme Team (Chris Hanson, Jim Miller, Bill Rozas, and many others) with a rich set of utilities, a compiler called Liar and an editor called Edwin. MIT Scheme includes an interpreter, large run-time library, Emacs macros, native-code compiler, emacs-like editor, and a source-level debugger. Latest version: […]