an early declarative language from the university of aberdeen which antic-p-ted a number of features of prolog.
[“absys: an incremental compiler for -ssertions”, j.m. foster et al, mach intell 4, edinburgh u press, 1969, pp. 423-429].
abterminal abterminal ab·ter·mi·nal (āb-tûr’mə-nəl) adj. flowing away from the end and toward the center of a nerve. used of an electric current p-ssing through a muscle.
noun acronym -ssociation of british travel agents american brain tumor -ssociation
abtp american board of transcultural psychiatry
abtres abatement and residual forecasting model
a.d. 573–634, muhammad’s father-in-law and successor: first caliph of mecca 632–634.