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

  • acquired immune deficiency syndrome — Acquired immune deficiency syndrome is the same as AIDS.
  • acute respiratory distress syndrome — a life-threatening respiratory condition in which trauma to the lungs leads to inflammation, rapid accumulation of fluid in the alveoli, a decrease in the amount of oxygen in the blood, and respiratory distress
  • business overhead expense insurance — Business overhead expense insurance is a disability policy which covers the business rather than the business owner for operating expenses when the business owner becomes totally disabled.
  • city and guilds of london institute — (in Britain) an examining body for technical and craft skills, many of the examinations being at a lower standard than for a degree
  • computer aided software engineering — (programming)   (CASE, or "- assisted -") A technique for using computers to help with one or more phases of the software life-cycle, including the systematic analysis, design, implementation and maintenance of software. Adopting the CASE approach to building and maintaining systems involves software tools and training for the developers who will use them.
  • concurrent object-oriented language — (language)   (COOL) An extension of C++ with task-level parallelism for shared-memory multi-processors. E-mail: Rohit Chandra <[email protected]>.
  • digital simultaneous voice and data — (communications)   (DSVD) A technique supported by some modems for multiplexing compressed speech with digital data for transmission over a normal telephone line. DSVD isn't standardised yet, so generally you have to have the same make of modem at both ends for it to work.
  • dijkstra's guarded command language — (language)   A language invented by Edsger Dijkstra ca. 1974. It introduced the concept of guards and committed choice nondeterminism (don't care nondeterminism). Described and used in ["A Discipline of Programming", E. Dijkstra, P-H 1976].
  • federal insurance contributions act — a law requiring that employees and employers alike contribute towards the cost of Social Security and Medicare
  • fully automated compiling technique — (language)   (FACT, "Honeywell-800 Business Compiler") A pre-COBOL English-like business data processing language for the Honeywell 800, developed ca. 1959.
  • he couldn't raffle a chook in a pub — he is incapable of carrying out even the simplest of tasks
  • international computers limited plc — (company)   (ICL) A UK hardware and software manufacturer specialising in systems integration in selected markets, supported by its service and technology businesses. ICL operates in over 80 countries worldwide, with 24000 employees and revenues of £2.6 billion in 1993. ICL produced George 2, George 3, VME, OpenVME, Series 39, DME, CME, the ICL 1900 and ICL 2900 series.
  • intrauterine (contraceptive) device — any of various devices, as a coil or loop of plastic, inserted in the uterus as a contraceptive
  • inverse address resolution protocol — (networking, protocol)   (InARP) Additions to ARP typically used for Frame Relay. [Any other examples of its use?] InARP allows a station to determine a protocol address (e.g. IP address) from a DLCI. This is useful if a new virtual circuit becomes available. Signalling messages announce its DLCI, but without the corresponding protocol address it is unusable: no frames can be routed to it. See RFC 2390.
  • moldavian soviet socialist republic — a republic of the U.S.S.R.
  • national science foundation network — (NSFNET) A high speed hierarchical "network of networks" in the US, funded by the National Science Foundation. At the highest level, it is a backbone network comprising 16 nodes connected to a 45Mb/s facility which spans the continental United States. Attached to that are mid-level networks and attached to the mid-levels are campus and local networks. NSFNET also has connections out of the US to Canada, Mexico, Europe, and the Pacific Rim. The NSFNET is part of the Internet.
  • perpetual motion of the second kind — motion of a hypothetical mechanism that derives its energy from a source at a lower temperature. It is impossible in practice because of the second law of thermodynamics
  • principle of mathematical induction — a law in set theory which states that if a set is a subset of the set of all positive integers and contains 1, and if for each number in the given set the succeeding natural number is in the set, then the given set is identical to the set of all positive integers. Compare induction (def 5).
  • reverse address resolution protocol — (networking, protocol)   (RARP) A protocol defined in RFC 903 which provides the reverse function of ARP. RARP maps a hardware address (MAC address) to an IP address. It is used primarily by diskless nodes, when they first initialise, to find their IP address. See also BOOTP.
  • single-line digital subscriber line — (communications, protocol)   (SDSL, or Single-pair High Speed Digital Subscriber Line, S-HDSL) A form of Digital Subscriber Line similar to HDSL but providing T1 or E1 connections over a single twisted-pair copper line.
  • standard instrument control library — (SICL) A platform-independent API for software to control and test electronic instruments conforming to IEEE 488.
  • target-machine description language — (TMDL) The machine-description language used in the Graham-Glanville code generator.
  • to sweep something under the carpet — If someone sweeps something bad or wrong under the carpet, or if they sweep it under the rug, they try to prevent people from hearing about it.
  • trust-territory-the-pacific-islands — a U.S. trust territory in the Pacific Ocean, comprising the Mariana, Marshall, and Caroline Islands: approved by the United Nations 1947; since 1976 constituents of the trusteeship have established or moved toward self-government. 717 sq. mi. (1857 sq. km).
  • tungsten carbide insert studded bit — A tungsten carbide insert studded bit is a drill bit in the form of a steel tube with a bottom rim that has pieces of tungsten carbide (= a hard gray chemical compound) in it.

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