a woodworking chisel moved by steady hand pressure to make long, light cuts.
[pahrk] /pɑrk/ noun 1. an area of land, usually in a largely natural state, for the enjoyment of the public, having facilities for rest and recreation, often owned, set apart, and managed by a city, state, or nation. 2. an enclosed area or a stadium used for sports: a baseball park. 3. a considerable extent […]
[pahrk-muh n] /ˈpɑrk mən/ noun 1. Francis, 1823–93, U.S. historian.
A pseudorandom number generation algorithm which was discredited by Marsaglia and Steve Sullivanin in the July 1993 CACM. [CACM Oct 1988].
- Park one
verb phrase To hit a home run: A cheer would go up across the street, and someone who had a transistor radio would holler, ”Mantle just parked one” (1940s+ Baseball)