a penal establishment in which the prisoners are trusted to serve their sentences and so do not need to be locked up, thus extending the range of work and occupation they can safely undertake
- Open prolog
Prolog, Macintosh Prolog for the Macintosh by Michael Brady . (http://cs.tcd.ie/open-prolog/). [Details?] (2000-12-21)
- Open punctuation
noun 1. punctuation characterized by sparing use of stops, esp of the comma Compare close punctuation
noun 1. the quotation mark used to begin a quotation (“ or “). 2. (used by a speaker to signify that a quotation will follow).
- Open reduction
open reduction n. Reduction of a fractured bone by manipulation after incision into skin and muscle over the site of the fracture.