[oh-puh n-stak] /ˈoʊ pənˈstæk/
adjective, Library Science.
having or being a system of library management in which patrons have direct access to stacks for browsing and selecting books; open-shelf.
noun, Baseball. 1. a batting stance in which the front foot is farther from the inside of the batter’s box than the back foot.
adjective 1. (of computer programs, codes, etc) freely available to all users
operating system An object-oriented application programming interface (API) derived from NEXTSTEP and proposed as an open standard by NeXT in 1994. OpenStep is the specification of the object kits of NEXTSTEP. OPENSTEP/Mach was an implementation of this specification. The original, OPENSTEP version 4.0, and really was NEXTSTEP 4. Rhapsody was the codename for Apple’s Mac […]
noun 1. merchandise, especially china, silverware, and glassware, sold in sets with additional individual pieces available from stock for future purchases, as for replacement.