/pop’J/ [PDP-10 return-from-subroutine instruction]. To return from a digression. By verb doubling, “Popj, popj” means roughly “Now let’s see, where were we?” See RTI.
[pop-ler] /ˈpɒp lər/ noun 1. any of the rapidly growing, salicaceous trees of the genus Populus, usually characterized by the columnar or spirelike manner of growth of its branches. 2. the light, soft wood of any of these trees, used for pulp. 3. any of various similar trees, as the tulip tree. 4. the wood […]
noun 1. a city in SE Missouri.
A PLANNER-type language for the POP-2 environment. [“Popler 1.6 Reference Manual”, D. Davies et al, U Edinburgh, TPU Report No 1 (May 1973)].
poples pop·les (pŏp’lēz) n. pl. pop·li·tes (pŏp’lĭ-tēz) The back part of the knee.