An early declarative language from the University of Aberdeen.
[“ABSET: A Programming Language Based on Sets”, E.W. Elcock et al, Mach Intell 4, Edinburgh U Press, 1969, pp.467-492].
absidia Absidia Ab·sid·i·a (āb-sĭd’ē-ə) n. A genus of fungi that may cause phycomycosis in humans.
a green, aromatic liqueur that is 68 percent alcohol, is made with and other herbs, and has a bitter, licorice flavor: now banned in most Western countries. (def 2). Contemporary Examples I ask Cuco how The Verne Club gets illegal, over-proof alcohol like absinthe through the fine-toothed comb of Argentine customs. The Absinthe-Minded Porteños of […]
a green, aromatic liqueur that is 68 percent alcohol, is made with and other herbs, and has a bitter, licorice flavor: now banned in most Western countries. (def 2). noun a potent green alcoholic drink, technically a gin, originally having high wormwood content another name for wormwood (sense 1) n. also absinth, alcoholic liqueur distilled […]
noun (pathol) a diseased condition resulting from excessive drinking of absinthe
adverb absolutely; also called absotively (posilutely) Examples abso-bloody-lutely sure about jumping out of the airplane Word Origin Australian Usage Note emphatic tmesis form; colloquial modifier Absolutely: He absobloody-lutely wanted to see her again