noun, plural tablina
[ta-blahy-nuh] /tæˈblaɪ nə/ (Show IPA)
(in an ancient Roman house) a large, open room at the side of the peristyle farthest from the main entrance.
language A programming language based on first order predicate logic with equality that combines relational programming and functional programming. It has functional notation and unification as its binding mechanism. TABLOG supports a more general subset of standard first order logic than Prolog. It employs the Manna-Waldinger ‘deductive-tableau’ proof system as an interpreter instead of resolution. […]
noun 1. a newspaper whose pages, usually five columns wide, are about one-half the size of a standard-sized newspaper page. 2. a newspaper this size concentrating on sensational and lurid news, usually heavily illustrated. 3. a short form or version; condensation; synopsis; summary. adjective 4. compressed or condensed in or as if in a tabloid: […]
noun the language and style of writing characteristic of sensationalist tabloid journalism; also called tabloid-speak Usage Note chiefly British
adjective using the language of type of content characteristic of sensationalist tabloid journalism Usage Note derogatory