32-letter words containing c, h, o, l, i

  • algorithmic test case generation — (programming)   A computational method for identifying test cases from data, logical relationships or other software requirements information.
  • application control architecture — (programming)   (ACA) DEC's implementation of ORB.
  • autobiography of alice b. toklas — a memoir (1933) by Gertrude Stein.
  • automatische rechenplanfertigung — (language)   A programming language published in 1952 by Heinz Rutishauser (1918-70).
  • azimuthal equidistant projection — a projection in which the shortest distance between any point and a central point is a straight line, such a line representing a great circle through the central point.
  • brother of the christian schools — a member of a congregation of brothers, founded in France in 1684 for the education of the poor.
  • chronic traumatic encephalopathy — a progressive degenerative neurological disease caused by repeated cerebral concussion or milder traumatic brain injury and characterized by memory loss, behavioral disturbances, speech problems, slowed movement, etc. The disease was first identified in boxers. Abbreviation: CTE.
  • come to light/bring sth to light — If something comes to light or is brought to light, it becomes obvious or is made known to a lot of people.
  • cross someone's palm with silver — a structure consisting essentially of an upright and a transverse piece, used to execute persons in ancient times.
  • customer relationship management — the practice of building a strong relationship between a business and its customers and potential customers
  • democratic-republic-of-the-congo — People's Republic of the, a republic in central Africa, W of the Democratic Republic of the Congo: formerly an overseas territory in French Equatorial Africa; now an independent member of the French Community. 132,046 sq. mi. (341,999 sq. km). Capital: Brazzaville. Formerly French Congo, Middle Congo.
  • family health services authority — a health board
  • general purpose graphic language — ["A General Purpose Graphic Language", H.E. Kulsrud, CACM 11(4) (Apr 1968)].
  • heaven/god/lord/christ etc knows — People use expressions such as goodness knows, Heaven knows, and God knows when they do not know something and want to suggest that nobody could possibly know it.
  • hit/come up against a brick wall — If you hit a brick wall or come up against a brick wall, you are unable to continue or make progress because something stops you.
  • indexed sequential access method — (database)   (ISAM) An IBM file management system allowing records to be accessed either sequentially (in the order they were entered) or via an index. Each index orders the records on a different key. ISAM was followed by VSAM (Virtual Storage Access Method) and pre-dated relational databases.
  • kazakh soviet socialist republic — a republic of the U.S.S.R.: now Kazakhstan
  • lymphadenopathy-associated virus — See under AIDS virus. Abbreviation: LAV.
  • lymphokine-activated killer cell — LAK cell.
  • major histocompatibility complex — MHC.
  • orbiting geophysical observatory — OGO.
  • password authentication protocol — (networking)   (PAP) An authentication scheme used by PPP servers to validate the identity of the originator of the connection. PAP applies a two-way handshaking procedure. After the link is established the originator sends an id-password pair to the server. If authentication succeeds the server sends back an acknowledgement; otherwise it either terminates the connection or gives the originator another chance. PAP is not a strong authentication method. Passwords are sent over the circuit "in the clear" and there is no protection against playback or repeated "trial and error" attacks. The originator is in total control of the frequency and timing of the attempts. Therefore, any server that can use a stronger authentication method, such as CHAP, will offer to negotiate that method prior to PAP. The use of PAP is appropriate, however, if a plaintext password must be available to simulate a login at a remote host. PAP is defined in RFC 1334.
  • plesiochronous digital hierarchy — (communications)   (PDH) A transmission system for voice communication using plesiochronous synchronisation. PDH is the conventional multiplexing technology for network transmission systems. The transmitter adds dummy information bits to allow multiple channels to be bit interleaved. The receiver discards these bits once the signals have been demultiplexed. PDH combines multiple 2 Mb/s (E1) channels in Europe and 1.544 Mb/s (DS1) channels in the US and Japan. PDH is being replaced by SONET and other SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) schemes.
  • rene theophile hyacinthe laennec — René Théophile Hyacinthe [ruh-ney tey-aw-feel ya-sant] /rəˈneɪ teɪ ɔˈfil yaˈsɛ̃t/ (Show IPA), 1781–1826, French physician who invented the stethoscope.
  • saint bartholomew's day massacre — a massacre of over 3000 Huguenots, instigated by Catherine de Médicis and begun in Paris on St. Bartholomew's Day, August 24, 1572.
  • symbolic mathematical laboratory — (tool, mathematics)   An on-line system under CTSS for symbolic mathematics. It used a display screen and a light pen.
  • systems application architecture — (programming)   (SAA) IBM's family of standard interfaces which enable software to be written independently of hardware and operating system.
  • the game is not worth the candle — If you say that the game is not worth the candle, you mean that something is not worth the trouble or effort needed to achieve or obtain it.
  • time-of-flight mass spectroscopy — a technique for separating ions according to the time required for them to traverse a set distance.
  • to have by the short and curlies — to have completely in one's power
  • to nail your colours to the mast — If someone nails their colours to the mast, they say what they really think about something.
  • virtual sequential access method — Virtual Storage Access Method
  • wash one's dirty linen in public — fabric woven from flax yarns.
  • weighted average cost of capital — The weighted average cost of capital is the cost of capital that is adjusted according to the percentages of debt financing and equity financing.

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