a green, crystalline, water-soluble, synthetically produced powder, (NH 4) 3 Fe(C 2 O 4) 3 ⋅3H 2 O, used chiefly in the manufacture of blueprint paper.
[ahy-ern-bahrk] /ˈaɪ ərnˌbɑrk/ noun 1. any of the various Australian eucalyptuses having a hard, solid . /ˈaɪənˌbɑːk/ noun 1. any of several Australian eucalyptus trees that have hard rough bark
noun 1. any of the class of blue pigments having a high tinting strength and ranging in shade and in coloring properties from reddish blue to jet blue: used chiefly in the manufacture of paints and printing inks.
[ahy-ern-bound] /ˈaɪ ərnˈbaʊnd/ adjective 1. bound with . 2. rock-bound; rugged. 3. hard; rigid; unyielding. /ˈaɪənˌbaʊnd/ adjective 1. bound with iron 2. unyielding; inflexible 3. (of a coast) rocky; rugged
- Iron box
[Unix/Internet] A special environment set up to trap a cracker logging in over remote connections long enough to be traced. May include a modified shell restricting the cracker’s movements in unobvious ways, and “bait” files designed to keep him interested and logged on. See also back door, firewall machine, Venus flytrap, and Clifford Stoll’s account […]