[par-uh-lang-gwij] /ˈpær əˌlæŋ gwɪdʒ/
vocal features that accompany speech and contribute to communication but are not generally considered to be part of the system, as vocal quality, loudness, and tempo: sometimes also including facial expressions and gestures.
(linguistics) nonverbal elements in speech, such as intonation, that may affect the meaning of an utterance
1958, from para- (1) + language.
PARALlel reLATION. Sabot, MIT 1987. A framework for parallel programming. A “field” is an array of objects, placed at different sites. A paralation is a group of fields, defining nearness between field elements. Operations can be performed in parallel on every site of a paralation. [“The Paralation Model: Architecture Independent Programming”, G.W. Sabot , MIT […]
- Paralation c
Paralation embedded in C. Under development.
- Paralation lisp
Embeds the paralation model in Common LISP. Available from MIT Press, (800)356-0343.
[puh-ral-duh-hahyd] /pəˈræl dəˌhaɪd/ noun, Chemistry, Pharmacology. 1. a colorless, liquid, cyclic compound, C 6 H 1 2 O 3 , having a disagreeable taste but an agreeable odor, produced by the polymerization of acetaldehyde with sulfuric acid: used chiefly in the manufacture of organic chemicals and in medicine as a sedative and hypnotic. /pəˈrældɪˌhaɪd/ noun […]