[pahrk-muh n] /ˈpɑrk mən/
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)
[pahr-koo r, -kawr, -kohr] /pɑrˈkʊər, -ˈkɔr, -ˈkoʊr/ noun 1. the sport of moving along a route, typically in a city, trying to get around or through various obstacles in the quickest and most efficient manner possible, as by jumping, climbing, or running: his amazing parkour skills. /ˈpɑːkˌɔː/ noun 1. the sport or activity of running […]
noun 1. a range of the Rocky Mountains in central Colorado. Highest peak, Mt. Lincoln, 14,287 feet (4355 meters).