the seat of the faculties of arts and letters of the University of Paris.
a theological college founded in Paris in 1253 by Robert de Sorbon, suppressed in 1792, and ceasing to exist about 1850.
the Sorbonne, a part of the University of Paris containing the faculties of science and literature: founded in 1253 by Robert de Sorbon as a theological college; given to the university in 1808
noun, Biochemistry. 1. a ketohexose, C 6 H 1 2 O 6 , occurring in mountain ash and obtained industrially from sorbitol by bacterial oxidation: used in the synthesis of vitamin C. noun 1. (biochem) a sweet-tasting hexose sugar derived from the berries of the mountain ash by bacterial action: used in the synthesis of […]
noun 1. a person who practices sorcery; black magician; wizard. noun 1. a person who seeks to control and use magic powers; a wizard or magician tool A simple tree parser generator by Terence Parr firstname.lastname@example.org. SORCERER is suitable for translation problems lying between those solved by code generator generators and by full source-to-source translator […]
noun 1. a woman who practices sorcery; witch.
noun, plural sorceries. 1. the art, practices, or spells of a person who is supposed to exercise supernatural powers through the aid of evil spirits; black magic; witchery. noun (pl) -ceries 1. the art, practices, or spells of magic, esp black magic, by which it is sought to harness occult forces or evil spirits in […]