Claude Elwood [el-woo d] /ˈɛlˌwʊd/ (Show IPA), 1916–2001, U.S. applied mathematician: early developer of information theory.
a river flowing SW from N Ireland to the Atlantic: the principal river of Ireland. 240 miles (386 km) long.
international airport in W Ireland, near Limerick.
a female given name.
a river in the Republic of Ireland, rising in NW Co Cavan and flowing south to the Atlantic by an estuary 113 km (70 miles) long: the longest river in the Republic of Ireland. Length: 260 km (161 miles)
Claude (Elwood). 1916–2000, US mathematician, who first developed information theory
noun, plural shannies. 1. a scaleless blenny, Blennius pholis, living in waters along the coast of Europe, having an olive-green body marked with dark spots. noun (pl) -nies 1. a European blenny, Blennius pholis, of rocky coastal waters
noun 1. Older Spelling. Shanxi. noun 1. a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Shanxi
noun 1. a state in E Burma (Myanmar), along the Saiween River. About 56,000 sq. mi. (145,040 sq. km). noun 1. an administrative division of E Myanmar: formed in 1947 from the joining of the Federation of Shan States with the Wa States; consists of the Shan plateau crossed by forested mountain ranges reaching over […]
1. contraction of shall not. contraction 1. shall not
noun, plural shanteys. 1. chantey. noun, plural chanteys. 1. a sailors’ song, especially one sung in rhythm to work. noun (pl) -teys 1. the usual US spelling of shanty2