A 64-bit version of the MIPS R3000 with has more pipeline stages for a higher clock rate and performance.
[mik-uh-let] /ˈmɪk əˌlɛt/ noun 1. (in the Peninsular War) a Spanish guerrilla who fought against the French. 2. a soldier in any of several Spanish infantry regiments. 3. a flintlock of a type developed in Spain.
[mik-uh-lon; French meekuh-lawn] /ˌmɪk əˈlɒn; French mikəˈlɔ̃/ noun 1. . /ˈmiːkəˌlɒn; French miklɔ̃/ noun 1. a group of islands in the French territory of Saint Pierre and Miquelon
[meer; Russian myeer] /mɪər; Russian myir/ noun, plural miri [meer-ee; Russian myee-ri] /ˈmɪər i; Russian ˈmyi rɪ/ (Show IPA). Russian. 1. a village commune of peasant farmers in prerevolutionary Russia. 1. Middle Irish. /mir/ noun (pl) miri (ˈmiri) 1. a peasant commune in prerevolutionary Russia /mɪə/ noun 1. the Russian (formerly Soviet) manned space station […]
[mir-uh-boh; French mee-ra-boh] /ˈmɪr əˌboʊ; French mi raˈboʊ/ noun 1. Honoré Gabriel Victor Riqueti [aw-naw-rey ga-bree-el veek-tawr reekuh-tee] /ɔ nɔˈreɪ ga briˈɛl vikˈtɔr rikəˈti/ (Show IPA), Count de, 1749–91, French Revolutionary statesman and orator. /French mirabo/ noun 1. Comte de, title of Honoré-Gabriel Riqueti. 1749–91, French Revolutionary politician