18-letter words containing c, r

  • a piece of crumpet — a sexually desirable woman
  • aarp probe packets — (networking)   AARP packets sent out on a nonextended AppleTalk network to discover whether a randomly selected node ID is being used by any node. If not, the sending node uses the node ID. If so, it chooses a different ID and sends more AARP probe packets.
  • absorption costing — a method of cost accounting in which overheads are apportioned to cost centres, where they are absorbed using predetermined rates
  • abstract data type — (programming)   (ADT) A kind of data abstraction where a type's internal form is hidden behind a set of access functions. Values of the type are created and inspected only by calls to the access functions. This allows the implementation of the type to be changed without requiring any changes outside the module in which it is defined. A classic example of an ADT is a stack data type for which functions might be provided to create an empty stack, to push values onto a stack and to pop values from a stack.
  • academie francaise — French Academy.
  • acadian flycatcher — a small, greenish tyrant flycatcher (Empidonax virescens) found in deciduous forests of E North America
  • accelerated reader — a teaching device into which a page of reading material is inserted and advanced one line at a time, gradually increasing the speed to accelerate and improve one's rate of reading comprehension.
  • accident insurance — insurance providing compensation for accidental injury or death
  • accident proneness — the unconscious tendency, thought to exist in some people, to involve themselves in a large number of accidents
  • accommodation road — a road that serves residential properties or a piece of land but which is not considered a public highway
  • according to hoyle — according to the rules and regulations; in the prescribed, fair, or correct way
  • account receivable — a current asset account showing amounts payable to a firm by customers who have made purchases of goods and services on credit
  • accretionary wedge — a body of deformed sediments, wedge-shaped in two dimensions or prism-shaped in three dimensions, that has been scraped off the surface of the oceanic lithosphere as it moves downwards beneath a continent or island arc. The sediments are added to the continental edge
  • acid precipitation — meteorological precipitation that is relatively acidic.
  • acorn online media — (company)   A company formed in August 1994 by Acorn Computer Group plc to exploit the ARM RISC in television set-top box decoders. They planned to woo British Telecommunications plc to use the box in some of its video on demand trials. The "STB1" box was based on an ARM8 core with additional circuits to enable MPEG to be decoded in software - possibly dedicated instructions for interpolation, inverse DCT or Huffman table extraction. A prototype featured audio MPEG chips, Acorn's RISC OS operating system and supported Oracle Media Objects and Microword. Online planned to reduce component count by transferring functions from boards into the single RISC chip. The company was origianlly wholly owned by Acorn but was expected to bring in external investment. In 1996 they releasd the imaginatively titled "Set Top Box 2" (STB20M) with a 32 MHz ARM 7500 and 2 to 32 MB RAM. There was also a "Set Top Box 22".
  • acorn risc machine — (processor)   The original name of the Advanced RISC Machine.
  • acoustic inertance — inertance.
  • acoustic reactance — acoustic impedance caused by the inertia and elasticity of the transmitting medium.
  • acquired behaviour — the behaviour of an organism resulting from the effects of the environment
  • acquired character — a modification of structure or function caused by environmental factors: now generally regarded as not inheritable
  • activated charcoal — a form of carbon having very fine pores: used chiefly for adsorbing gases or solutes, as in various filter systems for purification, deodorization, and decolorization.
  • actual bodily harm — Actual bodily harm is a criminal offence in which someone gives another person a minor injury.
  • acupuncture needle — a very fine needle with a rounded tip, used in acupuncture
  • addressing machine — a printer that prints addresses directly on to letters, labels, and envelopes
  • adenocarcinomatous — Of or pertaining to adenocarcinomas.
  • administered price — a price determined by a seller's pricing policy and not by market forces, supply and demand, etc
  • admirable crichton — a comedy (1902) by Sir James M. Barrie.
  • advertising agency — An advertising agency is a company whose business is to create advertisements for other companies or organizations.
  • aerial perspective — a means of indicating relative distance in terms of a gradation of clarity, tone, and colour, esp blue
  • aeronautical chart — a topographic map of an area of the earth's surface, designed as an aid to aircraft navigation
  • aerospace medicine — aviation medicine
  • aerothermodynamics — the study of the exchange of heat between solids and gases, esp of the heating effect on aircraft flying through the air at very high speeds
  • affective disorder — any mental disorder, such as depression or mania, that is characterized by abnormal disturbances of mood
  • affirmative action — Affirmative action is the policy of giving jobs and other opportunities to members of groups such as racial minorities or women who might not otherwise have them.
  • african lion hound — one of a South African breed of medium-sized muscular hunting dogs having a short, glossy, red or tan coat, with a characteristic ridge of hair along the spine consisting of parallel crowns of hair growing in the opposite direction of the rest of the coat, originally developed for hunting lions but now used primarily as a guard dog.
  • african tulip tree — a tropical African evergreen tree, Spathodea campaulata, with pinnate leaves, split pods, winged seeds, and large red flowers.
  • african yellowwood — a tree, Podocarpus elongatus, of tropical Africa and the mountains of southern Africa, having globe-shaped fruit, grown as an ornamental.
  • age discrimination — discrimination against older people, especially by employers
  • agricultural agent — county agent.
  • ahead of the curve — People, products or ideas that are ahead of the curve are more advanced or modern than others of their kind.
  • airman first class — the third lowest enlisted rank in the US Air Force, above airman and below senior airman
  • airspeed indicator — a dial that indicates the airspeed at which an aircraft is travelling
  • alarm clock briton — a British worker with a moderate income, whose daily routine involves preparing children for school and going out to work
  • albert bruce sabinAlbert Bruce, 1906–93, U.S. physician, born in Poland: developed Sabin vaccine.
  • albrecht waldstein — Albrecht von [German ahl-brekht fuh n] /German ˈɑl brɛxt fən/ (Show IPA), Wallenstein, Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius von.
  • algebraic equation — an equation in the form of a polynomial having a finite number of terms and equated to zero, as 2 x 3 + 4 x 2 − x + 7 = 0.
  • algebraic function — any function which can be constructed in a finite number of steps from the elementary operations and the inverses of any function already constructed
  • algebraic geometry — the study of sets that are defined by algebraic equations.
  • algebraic notation — the standard method of denoting the squares on the chessboard, by allotting a letter, a, b, c, up to h, to each of the files running up the board from White's side, starting from the left, and a number to each of the ranks across the board, starting with White's first rank
  • algebraic topology — the branch of mathematics that deals with the application of algebraic methods to topology, especially the study of homology and homotopy.

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