A translator-interpreter for a PL/I subset. “PLAGO/360 User’s Manual, Poly Inst Brooklyn.
- Plagues of egypt
The traditional name for the set of disasters that God inflicted on Egypt before the pharaoh let Moses lead the Israelites out of Egypt to the Promised Land. The plagues, as recorded in the Book of Exodus, included swarms of locusts, hordes of frogs, and a scourge of boils. After the tenth and most horrible […]
[pleyg-suh m] /ˈpleɪg səm/ adjective 1. vexatious or troublesome.
- Plague vaccine
plague vaccine n. A vaccine prepared from live, killed, or attenuated Yersinia pestis used to immunize against bubonic plague.
[pley-gee] /ˈpleɪ gi/ Chiefly Northern U.S. adjective 1. such as to , torment, or annoy; vexatious: a plaguy pile of debts. adverb 2. vexatiously or excessively: The room is plaguy hot. /ˈpleɪɡɪ/ adjective 1. disagreeable or vexing adverb 2. disagreeably or annoyingly adj. 1570s, “pertaining to a plague,” from plague (n.) + -y (2). Figurative […]