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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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 […]
noun 1. a male given name. wood, a prominent member of the church at Jerusalem; also called Silvanus. He and Judas, surnamed Barsabas, were chosen by the church there to accompany Paul and Barnabas on their return to Antioch from the council of the apostles and elders (Acts 15:22), as bearers of the decree adopted […]
[sahy-luh s mahr-ner] /ˈsaɪ ləs ˈmɑr nər/ noun 1. a novel (1861) by George Eliot.