(CLR) A repository for natural language processing software, lexical data, tools and resources. It was set up in July 1991 in the Computing Research Laboratory of New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA.
CLR maintains a public ftp site, and a separate members-only library. As of 1994-02-01, CLR had about 60 members, mostly academic institutions, including most US natural language processing centres. Materials can be contributed to the archives in exchange for membership.
(ftp://clr.nmsu.edu/) (184.108.40.206). E-mail: [email protected]
[kon-spi-sif-ik] /ˌkɒn spɪˈsɪf ɪk/ adjective, Biology. 1. belonging to the same species. noun 2. an organism belonging to the same species as another. /ˌkɒnspɪˈsɪfɪk/ adjective 1. (of animals or plants) belonging to the same species adj. 1859, from conspecies (1837), from con- “with” + specific, here representing species (n.). From 1962 as a noun.
[kuh n-spek-tuh s] /kənˈspɛk təs/ noun, plural conspectuses. 1. a general or comprehensive view; survey. 2. a digest; summary; résumé. /kənˈspɛktəs/ noun 1. an overall view; survey 2. a summary; résumé n. 1836, from Latin conspectus “a looking at, sight, view; range or power of vision,” from past participle of conspicere “to look at” (see […]
1. (in prescriptions) dust; sprinkle.
[kuh n-spik-yoo-uh s] /kənˈspɪk yu əs/ adjective 1. easily seen or noticed; readily visible or observable: a conspicuous error. 2. attracting special attention, as by outstanding qualities or eccentricities: He was conspicuous by his booming laughter. /kənˈspɪkjʊəs/ adjective 1. clearly visible; obvious or showy 2. attracting attention because of a striking quality or feature: conspicuous […]
noun 1. a highly reflective strip or tape used on a vehicle, clothing, etc., to make it more visible in low light.