26-letter words containing f, a, i, r, s, e

  • (it's the) same difference — there is no difference
  • a different kettle of fish — If you say that something is a different kettle of fish, you mean that it is very different from another related thing that you are talking about.
  • after one's (or its) kind — in agreement with one's (or its) nature
  • algebraically closed field — a field in which every polynomial equation with coefficients that are elements of the field has at least one root in the field, as the field of complex numbers.
  • all the world and his wife — a large group of people of various kinds
  • allied health professional — a person who works in the allied health professions
  • alternation of generations — the production within the life cycle of an organism of alternating asexual and sexual reproductive forms. It occurs in many plants and lower animals
  • apache software foundation — (open source, body)   (ASF) A consortium that manages the development of the Apache web server, dozens of XML- and Java-based projects (under the name Jakarta), the Ant build tool, the Geronimo J2EE server, the SpamAssassin anti-SPAM tool, and much more.
  • asparagus fern caterpillar — the caterpillar of a noctuid moth, Laphygma exigua, a pest of beets, asparagus, corn, cotton, peas, and peppers.
  • attention deficit disorder — Attention deficit disorder is a condition where people, especially children, are unable to concentrate on anything for very long and so find it difficult to learn and often behave in inappropriate ways. The abbreviation ADD is often used.
  • australopithecus afarensis — an extinct species of early hominid whose fossil remains were discovered in Ethiopia and have been dated at between 3.5 and 4 million years of age.
  • australopithecus africanus — an extinct species of gracile hominid, formerly known as Plesianthropus transvaalensis, that lived in southern Africa about three million years ago.
  • bachelor of science degree — a degree conferred on a person who has successfully completed his or her undergraduate studies in a branch of the sciences
  • be a lightning rod for sth — If you say that someone is a lightning rod for something, you mean that they attract that thing to themselves.
  • business software alliance — (company)   The BSA was created by Microsoft in 1988 in an attempt to combat software theft. The alliance includes the majority of leading software publishers including Novell, Symantec, and Autodesk and is actively campaigning in over 65 countries. The BSA operates a three-pronged approach: 1. Lobbying to strengthen copyright laws and co-operation with law enforcement agencies. 2. Educating the public through marketing, roadshows, etc. 3. Bringing legal actions against counterfeiters. BSA's aims are the same as the Federation Against Software Theft but it is not limited to the UK. In December 1990 the BSA obtained the first legal order in the UK which allowed a surprise search on a company's offices for suspected copyright infringement. UK Office: Business Software Alliance, 1st Floor, Leaconfield House, Curzon Street, London W1Y 8AS, United Kingdom. See also software audit.
  • chief state school officer — ( in a US state and some other US jurisdictions) an official who heads a department of elementary or secondary education
  • coldfusion markup language — (language, web)   (CFML) A tag based markup language used to create ColdFusion web applications by embedding ColdFusion commands in HTML files.
  • computer graphics metafile — (graphics, file format)   (CGM) A standard file format for storage and communication of graphical information, widely used on personal computers and accepted by desktop publishing and technical illustration systems. See also: WebCGM.
  • 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.
  • excess of loss reinsurance — Excess of loss reinsurance is a type of reinsurance whereby an insurer pays the amount of the loss for a particular risk up to an agreed limit.
  • feast of st peter's chains — a former festival in England, held on August 1, in which bread made from the first harvest of corn was blessed.
  • federation of south arabia — the former name (1963–67) of South Yemen (excluding Aden)
  • first marquis of lansdowneRichard, born 1937, U.S. racing-car driver.
  • first-class honours degree — an honours degree of the highest class
  • first-past-the-post system — a voting system in which a candidate may be elected by a simple majority rather than an absolute majority
  • fixed-point representation — the representation of numbers by a single set of digits such that the radix point has a predetermined location, the value of the number depending on the position of each digit relative to the radix point
  • franklin d. roosevelt lake — a reservoir in NE Washington, formed by the Grand Coulee Dam. 130 sq. mi. (337 sq. km).
  • frederic auguste bartholdi — Frédéric Auguste [frey-dey-reek oh-gyst] /freɪ deɪˈrik oʊˈgüst/ (Show IPA), 1834–1904, French sculptor who designed the Statue of Liberty.
  • gulf intracoastal waterway — a mostly inland water route, partly natural and partly artificial, extending 1550 miles (2500 km) along the Atlantic coast from Boston to Florida Bay (Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway) and 1116 miles (1800 km) along the Gulf coast from Carrabelle, Fla., to Brownsville, Tex. (Gulf Intracoastal Waterway) constructed to protect small craft from the hazards of the open sea.
  • hanging gardens of babylon — ornamental gardens planted on the terraces of the ziggurats of ancient Babylon.
  • have one's fingers crossed — to hope for or against something
  • healing by first intention — an act or instance of determining mentally upon some action or result.
  • horse of a different color — a large, solid-hoofed, herbivorous quadruped, Equus caballus, domesticated since prehistoric times, bred in a number of varieties, and used for carrying or pulling loads, for riding, and for racing.
  • if i had/given my druthers — You can say that you would do something if I had my druthers or given my druthers when you mean that you would do it if you were able to choose.
  • indefinite relative clause — a relative clause with an indefinite relative pronoun as subordinating word, as what they said in We heard what they said.
  • inflammatory bowel disease — any intestinal inflammatory disease, especially Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, of unknown cause. Abbreviation: IBD.
  • irreconcilable differences — disagreements between people, esp two married people, that cannot be resolved
  • jaffer's canonical algebra — (mathematics, tool)   (JACAL) A symbolic mathematics program, most of which was written in Scheme by Aubrey Jaffer.
  • jefferson davis's birthday — June 3 or the first Monday in June, observed as a legal holiday in some Southern states.
  • justice of the peace court — (in Scotland, formerly) a court with limited criminal jurisdiction held by justices of the peace in counties: replaced in 1975 by the district court
  • knights of the round table — a legendary order of knights created by King Arthur.
  • law of diminishing returns — diminishing returns (def 2).
  • make (or be) friends with — to become (or be) a friend of
  • make a virtue of necessity — moral excellence; goodness; righteousness.
  • master chief petty officer — a noncommissioned rank above a senior chief petty officer. Abbreviation: MCPO.
  • master of the king's music — (in Britain when the sovereign is male) a court post dating from the reign of Charles I. It is an honorary title and normally held by an established English composer
  • mean time between failures — (specification)   (MTBF, or "Mean Time Between Faults") The average time (usually expressed in hours) that a component works without failure. It is calculated by dividing the total number of failures into the total number of operating hours observed. The term can also mean the length of time a user may reasonably expect a device or system to work before an incapacitating fault occurs. See also Mean Time To Recovery.
  • metropolitan museum of art — the principal museum in New York City: founded in 1870 and housed in its present premises in Central Park since 1880
  • 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.
  • national rifle association — a lobbying organization which advocates the right to own and use firearms

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