[buhn-dl-flou-er] /ˈbʌn dlˌflaʊ ər/
a warm-season perennial, Desmanthus illinoensis, having small brown legumes and fernlike leaves, native to North American prairies, glades, and pastures.
- Illinois functional programming
language (IFP) An interpreter written in portable C by Arch D. Robison for a variant of Backus’s FP with syntax like ALGOL or Modula-2. IFP Runs under Unix, CTSS (Cray) and MS-DOS. Version: 0.5. (ftp://a.cs.uiuc.edu/pub/ifp). Posted to comp.sources.unix volume 10. [“The Illinois Functional Programming Interpreter”, A.D. Robison, Proc 1987 SIGPLAN Conf on Interpreters and Interpretive […]
noun 1. a waterway system in N Illinois made up of canals and rivers connecting Lake Michigan in Chicago with the Mississippi River. 336 miles (541 km) long.
[il-in-ten-shuh nd] /ˈɪl ɪnˈtɛn ʃənd/ adjective 1. having malicious intentions: an ill-intentioned criticism that was meant more to hurt than to help.
[ih-lik-wid] /ɪˈlɪk wɪd/ adjective, (of an asset) 1. not readily convertible into cash; not . /ɪˈlɪkwɪd/ adjective 1. (of an asset) not easily convertible into cash 2. (of an enterprise, organization, etc) deficient in liquid assets adj. 1690s, from il- “not” + liquid in the financial sense.