Popler



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)].

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  • Poples

    poples pop·les (pŏp’lēz) n. pl. pop·li·tes (pŏp’lĭ-tēz) The back part of the knee.

  • Poplin

    [pop-lin] /ˈpɒp lɪn/ noun 1. a finely corded fabric of cotton, rayon, silk, or wool, for dresses, draperies, etc. /ˈpɒplɪn/ noun 1. n. type of corded fabric, 1710, from French papeline “cloth of fine silk and worsted” (1660s), probably from Provençal papalino, fem. of papalin “of or belonging to the pope,” from Medieval Latin papalis […]



  • Popline

    Population Information Online

  • Popliteal

    [pop-lit-ee-uh l, pop-li-tee-] /pɒpˈlɪt i əl, ˌpɒp lɪˈti-/ adjective, Anatomy. 1. of or relating to the ham, or part of the leg back of the knee. /pɒpˈlɪtɪəl; ˌpɒplɪˈtiːəl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or near the part of the leg behind the knee adj. 1786, with -al (1) + Modern Latin popliteus (n.), 1704, short […]



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