a tackle having a runner as well as the fall supporting the load, giving a mechanical advantage of three, neglecting friction.
noun 1. a single set of principles or rules applying to everyone, as a single moral code applying to both men and women, especially in sexual behavior. Compare double standard. 2. monometallism.
- Single static assignment
compiler (Also known as SSA form) A special form of code where each variable has only one single definition in the program code. “Static” comes from the fact that the definition site may be in a loop, thus dynamically executed several times. SSA form is used for program optimization or static analysis and optimisation. (2003-04-12)
verb -steps, -stepping, -stepped 1. (transitive) (computing) to perform a single instruction on (a program), generally under the control of a debug program
noun 1. a short, heavy stick. 2. a wooden stick held in one hand, used instead of a sword in fencing. fencing with such a stick. noun 1. a wooden stick used instead of a sword for fencing 2. fencing with such a stick 3. any short heavy stick