[stand-pat-iz-uh m] /ˈstændˈpæt ɪz əm/
belief in or the practice of resisting or refusing to accept change, especially in politics.
noun 1. a vertical pipe or tower into which water is pumped to obtain a required head. 2. a water pipe for supplying the fire hoses of a building, connected with the water supply of the building and usually with a siamese outside the building. noun 1. a vertical pipe, open at the upper end, […]
noun 1. the point or place at which a person stands to view something. 2. the mental position, attitude, etc., from which a person views and judges things: From the lawyer’s standpoint, her client is right. noun 1. a physical or mental position from which things are viewed
- St andrews static language
language (SASL) A functional programming language designed by Professor David Turner in 1976 whilst at St. Andrews University. SASL is a derivative of ISWIM with infinite data structures. It is fully lazy but weakly typed. It was designed for teaching functional programming, with very simple syntax. Example syntax: def fac n = n = 0 […]
- Stand someone up
stand the heat