26-letter words containing d, r, o, m, u, s

  • adzhar autonomous republic — an administrative division of SW Georgia, on the Black Sea: part of Turkey from the 17th century until 1878; mostly mountainous, reaching 2805 m (9350 ft), with a subtropical coastal strip. Capital: Batumi. Pop: 376 016 (2002). Area: 3000 sq km (1160 sq miles)
  • armoured personnel carrier — a vehicle used for transporting troops that is strengthened with armour plate
  • asynchronous balanced mode — (protocol)   A communication mode of HDLC and derivative protocols, supporting peer-oriented point-to-point communications between two nodes, where either node can initiate transmission.
  • asynchronous transfer mode — a set of rules for transferring data, sound, and images in small, fixed groups at very high rates of speed over computer networks
  • atmospheric boundary layer — the thin layer of air adjacent to the earth's surface, usually considered to be less than 300 feet (91 meters) high.
  • augmented backus-naur form — (language)   An extension of Backus-Naur Form documented in RFC 2234.
  • autistic-spectrum disorder — any disorder within the spectrum of autism, such as Asperger’s syndrome, characterized by impairment in communication, social interaction, and flexibility of thinking and behaviour
  • beyond your wildest dreams — If you describe something as being beyond your wildest dreams, you are emphasizing that it is better than you could have imagined or hoped for.
  • codd's reduction algorithm — (database)   An algorithm to convert an arbitrary expression of the relational calculus to an equivalent expression of the relational algebra. This can be used as the basis of an implementation of the relational calculus.
  • coldfusion markup language — (language, web)   (CFML) A tag based markup language used to create ColdFusion web applications by embedding ColdFusion commands in HTML files.
  • combined cycle gas turbine — A combined cycle gas turbine is an efficient combination of gas-fired turbine and steam turbine, used in a power plant.
  • complementary distribution — a relation such that the members of a pair or set of phones, morphs, or other linguistic units have no environment in common, as aspirated “p” and unaspirated “p” in English, the first occurring only in positions where the second does not.
  • computer-aided instruction — (application, education)   (CAI, or "- assisted", "- learning", CAL, Computer-Based Training CBT, "e-learning") The use of computers for education and training. The programs and data used in CAI, known as "courseware", may be supplied on media such as CD-ROM or delivered via a network which also enables centralised logging of student progress. CAI may constitute the whole or part of a course, may be done individually or in groups ("Computer Supported Collaborative Learning", CSCL), with or without human guidance.
  • computer-assisted learning — Computer-Aided Instruction
  • coordinated universal time — Universal Time as periodically adjusted to coordinate with atomic clocks: it serves as the official international basis for standard time
  • department of the treasury — the department of the U.S. federal government that collects revenue and administers the national finances. Abbreviation: TD.
  • dinosaur national monument — a national monument in NE Utah and NW Colorado: site of prehistoric animal fossils. 322 sq. mi. (834 sq. km).
  • discrete fourier transform — (mathematics)   (DFT) A Fourier transform, specialized to the case where the abscissas are integers. The DFT is central to many kinds of signal processing, including the analysis and compression of video and sound information. A common implementation of the DFT is the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). See also discrete cosine transform.
  • first marquis of lansdowneRichard, born 1937, U.S. racing-car driver.
  • give someone to understand — If someone is given to understand that something is the case, it is communicated to them that it is the case, usually without them being told directly.
  • human resources department — the department in an organization dealing with matters involving employees, as hiring, training, labor relations, and benefits.
  • intermodulation distortion — (electronics, communications)   (IMD) Nonlinear distortion in a system or transducer, characterised by the appearance in the output of frequencies equal to the sums and differences of integral multiples of the two or more component frequencies present in the input waveform.
  • jump down someone's throat — the passage from the mouth to the stomach or to the lungs, including the pharynx, esophagus, larynx, and trachea.
  • law of diminishing returns — diminishing returns (def 2).
  • lossless audio compression — (audio, compression)   Any kind of audio compression in which the original signal and the decoded signal are bitwise identical. Lossless audio compression algorithms are usually based on a data compression algorithm like PKzip or gzip but specialized for PCM audio data. The signal is divided into predictable tonal components and unpredictable noisy components. Tonal components are stored as coefficients of a predictor, the remaining signal is coded by Rice coding, Huffman coding or arithmetic coding.
  • micronetics standard mumps — (MSM) A version of MUMPS for the IBM PC RT and R6000.
  • mongolian hordes technique — (programming, jargon)   (Or "Chinese Army technique") Assigning a large number of inexperienced programmers to a job which would better performed by a few skilled ones. The term was first used by Dr. Fred Brooks in his book "The Mythical Man-Month", Chapter 3. According to Dr. Brooks, he had in mind the vision of the Mongol Hordes sweeping across Asia and Europe when he created the term.
  • most-favored-nation clause — a clause in a commercial treaty or contract by which each signatory agrees to give the other the same treatment that is or will be accorded any other nation.
  • mutual assured destruction — a U.S. doctrine of reciprocal deterrence resting on the U.S. and Soviet Union each being able to inflict unacceptable damage on the other in retaliation for a nuclear attack.
  • newfoundland standard time — one of the standard times used in Canada, three and a half hours behind Greenwich Mean Time
  • nondeterministic automaton — (theory)   (Or "probabilistic automaton") An automaton in which there are several possible actions (outputs and next states) at each state of the computation such that the overall course of the computation is not completely determined by the program, the starting state, and the initial inputs. See also nondeterministic Turing Machine.
  • official production system — (language)   (OPS) The first production system (i.e. rule based) programming language, developed at CMU in 1970 and used for building expert systems. OPS was originally written in Franz Lisp and later ported to other LISP dialects.
  • on demand: usu phr after v — If something is available or happens on demand, you can have it or it happens whenever you want it or ask for it.
  • organophosphorus-compounds — Biochemistry. any of a variety of organic compounds that contain phosphorus and often have intense neurotoxic activity: originally developed as nerve gases, now widely used as insecticides and fire retardants.
  • period-luminosity relation — the relationship between the period of light variation and of the absolute magnitude of Cepheid variable stars.
  • post-and-beam construction — wall construction in which beams rather than studs are used to support heavy posts.
  • red-backed squirrel monkey — a related species, Saimiri oerstedi, of Central America, having a reddish coat and dark brown limbs
  • reticuloendothelial system — the aggregate of the phagocytic cells, including certain cells of the bone marrow, lymphatic system, liver, and spleen, that have reticular and endothelial characteristics and function in the immune system's defense against foreign bodies. Abbreviation: RES.
  • sangre de cristo mountains — a mountain range in S Colorado and N New Mexico: part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak: Blanca Peak, 4364 m (14 317 ft)
  • straight from the shoulder — direct, honest, and forceful in expression; outspoken.
  • straight-from-the-shoulder — direct, honest, and forceful in expression; outspoken.
  • subscriber identity module — (telecommunications, wireless)   (SIM or "SIM card") A component, usually in the form of a miniature smart-card, that is theoretically tamper-proof and is used to associate a mobile subscriber with a mobile network subscription. The SIM holds the subscriber's unique MSISDN along with secret information such as a private encryption key and encryption and digital signature algorithms. Most SIMs also contain non-volatile storage for network and device management, contact lists, text messages sent and received, logos and in some cases even small Java programs.
  • system product interpreter — Restructured EXtended eXecutor
  • to steal someone's thunder — If you steal someone's thunder, you get the attention or praise that they thought they would get, usually by saying or doing what they had intended to say or do.
  • turn something on its head — to treat or present something in a completely new and different way
  • udmurt autonomous republic — an autonomous republic in the Russian Federation in Europe. 16,250 sq. mi. (42,088 sq. km). Capital: Izhevsk.
  • united states marine corps — Marine Corps. Abbreviation: USMC.
  • universal time coordinated — incorrect term for coordinated universal time.
  • upper side-band modulation — (communications)   (USB) A kind of modulation applied to a sinusoidal carrier.
  • victoria and albert museum — a museum of the fine and applied arts in London, originating from 1856 and given its present name and site in 1899

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