L(eopold) H(amilton). 1881–1944, British novelist, best known for his novel sequence The Near and the Far (1929–40)
myenteron my·en·ter·on (mī-ěn’tə-rŏn’) n. The muscular coat of the intestine.
- My fair lady
An American musical comedy of 1956, with words by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe. My Fair Lady is based on the play Pygmalion, by George Bernard Shaw, about a professor in London who teaches a low-born flower girl how to speak and act like the nobility. The songs “On the Street Where […]
- My favourite toy language
jargon, language (MFTL) Describes a talk on a programming language design that is heavy on syntax (with lots of BNF), sometimes even talks about semantics (e.g. type systems), but rarely, if ever, has any content (see content-free). More broadly applied to talks – even when the topic is not a programming language — in which […]
- My foot
interjection in a pig’s ass, my ass: She’s the greatest my eye/ You’ll do that my foot [first form 1842+; in the early and obsolete meaning ”nonsense,” perhaps fr a Joe Miller joke in which a Latin nonsense phrase O mihi, beate Martine (”O, to me, blessed Martin”) is pronounced as all my eye and […]