Computers. a circuit that is energized only when none of its inputs are energized.
[nawr-koh] /ˈnɔr koʊ/ noun 1. a town in S California.
(Contraction of Norman + Mycroft) A company producing C compilers, set up by Arthur Norman and Alan Mycroft. Now “sort of” called Codemist. The original Norcroft compiler was written by Alan and Arthur to provide a platform for teaching languages and compilers on the Cambridge University mainframe. They then went on to develop versions for […]
[nawr] /nɔr/ noun 1. a department in N France. 2229 sq. mi. (5770 sq. km). Capital: Lille. /French nɔr/ noun 1. a department of N France, in Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. Capital: Lille. Pop: 2 561 800 (2003 est). Area: 5774 sq km (2252 sq miles) National Organization for Rare Disorders
[nawr-dou] /ˈnɔr daʊ/ noun 1. Max Simon [mahks zee-mawn] /mɑks ˈzi mɔn/ (Show IPA), 1849–1923, Hungarian author, physician, and leader in the Zionist movement. /German ˈnɔrdau/ noun 1. Max Simon (maks ˈziːmɔn), original name Max Simon Südfeld. 1849–1923, German author, born in Hungary; a leader of the Zionist movement