a hard Spanish cheese made from sheep’s milk
Manchego cheese can be served as tapas.
fr the region in France (La Mancha)
[man-ches-ter, -chuh-ster] /ˈmænˌtʃɛs tər, -tʃə stər/ noun 1. a city in NW England: connected with the Mersey estuary by a ship canal (35½ mi. [57 km] long). 2. a city in S New Hampshire. 3. a town in central Connecticut. /ˈmæntʃɪstə/ noun (Austral & NZ) 1. household linen or cotton goods, such as sheets and […]
- Manchester autocode
language, history The predecessor of Mercury Autocode. [“The Programming Strategy Used with the Manchester University Mark I Computer”, R.A. Brooker, Proc IEE 103B Suppl:151-157, 1956]. (2000-10-02)
- Manchester encoding
communications, protocol A method of transmitting bits which enables the receiver to easily synchronise with the sender. A simple way of signalling bits might be to transmit a high voltage for some period for a 1-bit and a low voltage for a 0 bit: Bits Sent: 1 1 0 0 Signal: High ___________ Low |___________ […]
- Manchester operation
Manchester operation Man·ches·ter operation (mān’chěs’tər, -chĭ-stər) n. A vaginal operation for prolapsed uterus consisting of cervical amputation and parametrial fixation of the cervical ligamentser of the uterus. Also called Fothergill’s operation.