[ee-gawr] /ˈi gɔr/ (Show IPA), 1889–1972, U.S. aeronautical engineer, born in Russia.
Igor. 1889–1972, US aeronautical engineer, born in Russia. He designed and flew the first four-engined aircraft (1913) and designed the first successful helicopter (1939)
noun 1. sikhara.
1. “SIL – A Simulation Language”, N. Houbak, LNCS 426, Springer 1990. 2. SNOBOL Implementation Language. Intermediate language forming a virtual machine for the implementation of portable interpreters. [“The Design of Transportable Interpreters”, F. Druseikis, SNOBOL4 Project Document S4D49, U Arizona (Feb 1975)]. Version 3.11. (ftp://cs.arizona.edu/snobol4/). E-mail: email@example.com. (1986-07-29) SIL 1. sister-in-law 2. Summer Institute […]
noun 1. fodder preserved through fermentation in a silo; ensilage. noun 1. any crop harvested while green for fodder and kept succulent by partial fermentation in a silo Also called ensilage Synchronous DSP specification language. [“Silage Reference Manual, Draft 1.0”, D.R. Genin & P.N. Hilfinger, Silvar-Lisco, Leuven 1989].
noun, Chemistry. 1. Also called silicon tetrahydride. a gas with an unpleasant odor, SiH 4 , soluble in water: used as a doping agent for semiconductors in the production of solid-state devices. 2. any of a class of silicon hydrides analogous to the alkanes. silane sil·ane (sĭl’ān’) n. Any of a group of highly reactive […]