[plis-kee] /ˈplɪs ki/ Scot. and North England
noun, plural pliskies.
a mischievous trick; practical joke; prank.
1. PostScript Lisp? A Common Lisp translator and programming environment in PostScript by John Peterson firstname.lastname@example.org. 2. Pattern LISP. 1990. A pattern-matching rewrite-rule language, optimised for describing syntax translation rules. (See LISP70).
[plee-sey, pli-] /pliˈseɪ, plɪ-/ noun 1. a textile finish characterized by a puckered or blistered effect, produced by chemical treatment. 2. a usually lightweight fabric having this finish. /ˈpliːseɪ; ˈplɪs-/ noun 1. fabric with a wrinkled finish, achieved by treatment involving caustic soda: cotton plissé 2. such a finish on a fabric
Programming Language In The Sky. A computational model for concurrency with communication via asynchronous message-passing. [“High Level Programming for Distributed Computing”, J.A. Feldman, CACM 22(6):353- 368 (Jun 1979)].