Jensen and Wirth’s infamous “Pascal User Manual and Report”, so called because of the silver cover of the widely distributed Springer-Verlag second edition of 1978 (ISBN 0-387-90144-2).
See also book titles, Pascal.
noun, Chemistry. 1. a yellowish, water-insoluble powder, AgBr, which darkens on exposure to light, produced by the reaction of silver nitrate with a bromide: used chiefly in the manufacture of photographic emulsions. silver bromide noun 1. a yellowish insoluble powder that darkens when exposed to light: used in making photographic emulsions. Formula: AgBr
noun 1. a quick solution to a difficult problem. silly season
- Silver ceiling
noun any attitude or prejudice that prevents older workers from advancing to higher positions Word Origin 1999; patterned on glass ceiling
noun 1. a former paper currency first issued in 1878 by the U.S. federal government for circulation, equal to and redeemable for silver to a stated value. silver certificate noun 1. (formerly) a banknote issued by the US Treasury to the public and redeemable in silver