34-letter words containing i, n, d, u, c, e

  • (do sthg) until the cows come home — If you say that someone can do something until the cows come home, but it will have no effect, you are emphasizing that it will have no effect even if they do it for a very long time.
  • acquired immunodeficiency syndrome — AIDS.
  • adaptive communication environment — (communications, tool)   A C++ wrapper library for communications from the University of California at Irvine.
  • adaptive transform acoustic coding — (algorithm)   (ATRAC) An audio compression algorithm, introduced by Sony for its Mini Disk, which relies on the masking of low-amplitude frequency components by temporaly adjacent high-amplitude components. ATRAC consists of a three-band subband encoder (0...5.5, 5.5...11, 11...22 kHz) and a MDCT based transformation encoder.
  • asymmetric digital subscriber line — An asymmetric digital subscriber line is a method for moving data over phone lines, carrying much more data than a modem can encode on a normal phone connection.
  • be charm, success, etc personified — to be very charming, successful, etc
  • before you could say jack robinson — extremely quickly or suddenly
  • chief justice of the united states — the presiding judge of the U.S. Supreme Court
  • consumer product safety commission — an independent regulatory agency, created in 1972, that protects the public against risk of injury from consumer products. Abbreviation: CPSC.
  • continuous system modeling program — (simulation)   (CSMP) A program for simulation of dynamics of continuous systems by numerical integration of complex systems of differential equations. CSMP is similar to CSSL.
  • digital signal processing language — (language)   (DSPL) A C-derived DSP language.
  • distributed component object model — (programming)   (DCOM) Microsoft's extension of their Component Object Model (COM) to support objects distributed across a network. DCOM has been submitted to the IETF as a draft standard. Since 1996, it has been part of Windows NT and is also available for Windows 95. Unlike CORBA, which runs on many operating systems, DCOM is currently (Dec 1997) only implemented by Microsoft for Microsoft Windows and by Software AG, under the name "EntireX", for Unix and IBM mainframes. DCOM serves the same purpose as IBM's DSOM protocol. DCOM is broken because it's an object model that has no provisions for inheritance, one of the major reasons for object oriented programming in the first place.
  • export credit guarantee department — an agency providing insurance to exporters of British goods and services
  • extended system configuration data — (operating system)   (ESCD) An area of memory, not exceeding 32 kilobytes in size, used by MS-DOS(?) as NVRAM for PNP BIOS and PNP OS. It must be writeable at run time. Intel's ICU also uses ESCD to store information for PNP ISA cards and legacy ISA cards.
  • fluorescence-activated cell sorter — FACS.
  • frequency division multiple access — frequency division multiplexing
  • independent computing architecture — (protocol)   (ICA) Citrix's proprietary protocol that allows client desktop computers to run applications on application servers. Originally used between Windows systems, ICA is now also suported on Unix and Macintosh desktops and servers as well as some thin client hardware.
  • industrial development certificate — (in Britain) a certificate issued by the Department of the Environment to an industrial organization wishing to build or extend a factory, which has to accompany an application for planning permission
  • inertial guidance (or navigation) — a self-contained, automatic guidance system composed of gyroscopes, accelerometers, and computers and used to control rockets, airplanes, submarines, etc.: it continuously measures acceleration, calculates the present speed and position, and compares this to an assigned course
  • interactive data analysis language — (language)   (IDL) A language from Xerox, built on Interlisp-D.
  • international accounting standards — International accounting standards are a set of internationally-agreed principles and procedures relating to the way that companies present their accounts.
  • multiple instruction multiple data — Multiple Instruction/Multiple Data
  • non-destructive testing techniques — Non-destructive testing techniques are methods of testing for or measuring flaws which do not destroy the thing, for example a pipeline, that is being tested.
  • nova scotia duck tolling retriever — a Canadian variety of retriever
  • processor system modeling language — (language)   (PSML) A language for simulating computer systems designs, implemented as a preprocessor to SIMSCRIPT.
  • recursive macro actuated generator — (tool)   (RMAG) Robert A. Magnuson, NIH ca 1970. A stand-alone macroprocessor for IBM 360/370 under VS or OS. Many built-in features and a library of several hundred macros. Several large systems were written in RMAG to generate source code for languages such as IBM JCL, IBM assembly language, COBOL. There was also a system (SLANG: Structured LANGuage compiler) which would generate 370 assembly language from a pseudo-structured-programming language, based on Michael Kessler's structure programming macros developed at IBM.
  • rumour/legend/tradition etc has it — You can use has it in expressions such as 'rumour has it that' or 'as legend has it' when you are quoting something that you have heard, but you do not necessarily think it is true.
  • securities and exchange commission — SEC.
  • social democratic and labour party — a Northern Irish political party, which advocates peaceful union with the Republic of Ireland
  • supreme-court-of-the-united-states — Supreme Court of the United States.
  • to shut the door in someone's face — If someone shuts the door in your face or slams the door in your face, they refuse to talk to you or give you any information.
  • to wash your dirty linen in public — If you say that someone washes their dirty linen in public, you disapprove of their discussing or arguing about unpleasant or private things in front of other people. There are several other forms of this expression, for example wash your dirty laundry in public, or in American English, air your dirty laundry in public.
  • united technologies research cente — (UTRC) http://utrcwww.utc.com/.

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