look! see! (frequently used in Biblical expressions; now usually used as an expression of surprise in the phrase lo and behold, ).
an informal, simplified spelling of 1 , used especially in labeling or advertising commercial products:
look! see! (now often in the phrase lo and behold)
early 13c., from Old English la, exclamation of surprise, grief, or joy; influenced in Middle English by lo!, short for lok “look!” imperative of loken “to look” (see look (v.)). Expression lo and behold attested by 1779.
Linear Objects. A concurrent logic programming language based on linear logic, an extension of Horn logic with a new kind of OR-concurrency.
[“LO and Behold! Concurrent Structured Processes”, J. Andreoli et al, SIGPLAN Notices 25(10):44-56 (OOPSLA/ECOOP ’90) (Oct 1990)].
love olympics (that is, sex with the intent to procreate)
1. left occipitoanterior (position) 2. letter of agreement 3. limited operational assessment
[lohch] /loʊtʃ/ noun 1. any of several slender European and Asian fishes of the family Cobitidae and related families, having several barbels around the mouth. /ləʊtʃ/ noun 1. any carplike freshwater cyprinoid fish of the family Cobitidae, of Eurasia and Africa, having a long narrow body with barbels around the mouth /ləʊtʃ/ noun 1. Ken(neth). […]
- Load balancing
operating system, parallel Techniques which aim to spread tasks among the processors in a parallel processor to avoid some processors being idle while others have tasks queueing for execution. Load balancing may be performed either by heavily loaded processors (with many tasks in their queues) sending tasks to other processors; by idle processors requesting work […]