Hermann. (ˈhɛrman). 1850–1909, German experimental psychologist who undertook the first systematic and large-scale studies of memory and devised tests using nonsense syllables
[eb] /ɛb/ noun 1. the flowing back of the tide as the water returns to the sea (opposed to , ). 2. a flowing backward or away; decline or decay: the ebb of a once great nation. 3. a point of decline: His fortunes were at a low ebb. verb (used without object) 4. to […]
noun 1. the reflux of the tide or the tide at ebb; ebb. ebb tide (ěb) The period between high tide and low tide during which water flows away from the shore. Also called falling tide. Compare flood tide. See more at tide.
- Ebbw vale
/ˌɛbuː ˈveɪl/ noun 1. a town in S Wales, in Blaenau Gwent county borough: a former coal mining centre. Pop: 18 558 (2001)
[eb-see-dik] /ˈɛb siˌdɪk/ noun, Computers. 1. a code consisting of 256 8-bit characters and used for data representation and transfer. /ˈɛbsɪˌdɪk/ noun acronym 1. extended binary-coded decimal-interchange code: a computer code for representing alphanumeric characters Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code extended binary coded decimal interchange code
spelling It’s spelled “EBCDIC”. (1996-12-13)