[mal-uh n] /ˈmæl ən/
Mary (“Typhoid Mary”) 1869?–1938, U.S. cook, born in Ireland: known immune carrier of typhoid fever who infected many with the disease, institutionalized in 1914.
[Spanish mah-lyawr-kah, -yawr-; English mah-yawr-kuh] /Spanish mɑˈlyɔr kɑ, -ˈyɔr-; English mɑˈyɔr kə/ noun 1. . /maˈʎɔrka/ noun 1. the Spanish name for Majorca
C’s standard library routine for storage allocation. It takes the number of bytes required and returns a pointer to a block of that size. Storage is allocated from a heap which lies after the end of the program and data areas. Memory allocated with malloc must be freed explicitly using the “free” routine before it […]
[maw-ling] /ˈmɔ lɪŋ/ noun 1. the overbuilding of shopping malls in a region: the malling of America. 2. the practice of frequenting malls to socialize or shop. noun The shopping and social activity of visiting a mall: everyone in South Florida decided to go malling (late 1980s+)
[mal-uh-ree] /ˈmæl ə ri/ noun 1. Stephen Russell, 1813?–73, U.S. lawyer and politician.