31-letter words containing i, n, t, h, e

  • actions speak louder than words — If you say that actions speak louder than words, you mean that people's actions show their real attitudes, rather than what they say. This expression is sometimes used to advise a person to do something positive.
  • advertising standards authority — an independent UK body set up by the advertising industry to ensure that all advertisements comply with the British Code of Advertising Practice
  • and the rest/all the rest of it — You can add and the rest or all the rest of it to the end of a statement or list when you want to refer in a vague way to other things that are associated with the ones you have already mentioned.
  • apple attachment unit interface — (hardware, networking)   (AAUI) A 14-position, 0.050-inch-spaced ribbon contact connector. Early Power Macs and Quadras had an AAUI (Apple Attachment Unit Interface) port (rectangular shaped) for Ethernet, which requires a transceiver. To use twisted pair cabling, you would need to get a twisted pair transceiver for the computer with an AAUI port. Some Power Mac computers had both an AAUI and RJ-45 port; you can use one or the other, but not both. The pin-out is: Pin Signal Name Signal Description ---- -------------- --------------------------------- 1 FN Pwr Power (+12V @ 2.1W or +5V @ 1.9W) 2 DI-A Data In circuit A 3 DI-B Data In circuit B 4 VCC Voltage Common 5 CI-A Control In circuit A 6 CI-B Control In circuit B 7 +5V +5 volts (from host) 8 +5V Secondary +5 volts (from host) 9 DO-A Data Out circuit A 10 DO-B Data Out circuit B 11 VCC Secondary Voltage Common 12 NC Reserved 13 NC Reserved 14 FN Pwr Secondary +12V @ 2.1W or +5V @ 1.9W Shell Protective Gnd Protective Ground AAUI signals have the same description, function, and electrical requirements as the AUI signals of the same name, as detailed in IEEE 802.3-1990 CSMA/CD Standard, section 7.
  • be all things to all men/people — If you say that someone or something is trying to be all things to all men or to all people, you are criticizing them because they are trying to behave in a way that will please everyone, and this is impossible.
  • be/go out of your mind with sth — If you say that someone is out of their mind with a feeling such as worry or fear, you are emphasizing that they are extremely worried or afraid.
  • bite off more than one can chew — to attempt a task beyond one's capability
  • british commonwealth of nations — a voluntary association of independent nations and dependent territories linked by historical ties (as parts of the former British Empire) and cooperating on matters of mutual concern, especially regarding economics and trade.
  • burn a hole in someone's pocket — If you say that some money is burning a hole in someone's pocket, you mean that they want to spend it as soon as possible.
  • central office exchange service — (communications)   (Centrex) A PBX service providing switching at the central office instead of at the company premises. Typically, the telephone company owns and manages all the communications equipment necessary to implement the PBX and then sells various services to the company.
  • consortium for lexical research — (body)   (CLR) A repository for natural language processing software, lexical data, tools and resources; set up in July 1991 in the Computing Research Laboratory of New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA. CLR maintained a public FTP archive site and a separate members-only library. As of 1994-02-01, CLR had about 60 members, mostly academic institutions, including most US natural language processing centres. Materials could be contributed in exchange for membership. In 2006, the CRL closed down due to lack of funding. The CLR FTP server and e-mail address seems to have disappeared with it.
  • department of homeland security — the department of the U.S. federal government charged with protecting U.S. territory from terrorist attacks and providing a coordinated response to large-scale emergencies. Abbreviation: DHS.
  • dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane — DDT.
  • dormition of the blessed virgin — the Feast of the Assumption
  • ear, nose and throat specialist — a medical practitioner who specializes in dealing with diseases affecting the ear, nose and throat
  • environmental health department — the department of a local authority which deals with prevention of the spread of communicable diseases, food safety and hygiene, control of infestation by insects or rodents, etc
  • everything but the kitchen sink — everything that can be conceived of
  • foreign and commonwealth office — the department of British government which promotes the United Kingdom's interests abroad
  • full to the brim with something — If you are full to the brim with a particular emotion, you feel that emotion so strongly that it is stronger than all other emotions.
  • general paralysis of the insane — a disease of the central nervous system: a late manifestation of syphilis, often occurring up to 15 years after the original infection, characterized by mental deterioration, speech defects, and progressive paralysis
  • geographical information system — Geographic Information System
  • get (or keep) the ball rolling — to start (or maintain) some action
  • get up on the wrong side of bed — a piece of furniture upon which or within which a person sleeps, rests, or stays when not well.
  • go in one ear and out the other — the organ of hearing and equilibrium in vertebrates, in humans consisting of an external ear that gathers sound vibrations, a middle ear in which the vibrations resonate against the tympanic membrane, and a fluid-filled internal ear that maintains balance and that conducts the tympanic vibrations to the auditory nerve, which transmits them as impulses to the brain.
  • graphics language object system — (graphics, language)   (GLOS) A language with statements for describing graphics objects (line, circle, polygon, etc.), written by Michael J McLean and Brian Hicks at the University of Queensland, St. Lucia in 1978. New objects are defined using procedures. 2-D transformations are context dependent and may be nested.
  • growth hormone releasing factor — a substance produced in the hypothalamus that regulates the release of growth hormone by the anterior pituitary gland. Abbreviation: GRF.
  • have one's heart in one's boots — to be depressed or down-hearted
  • have one's heart in one's mouth — Anatomy. a hollow, pumplike organ of blood circulation, composed mainly of rhythmically contractile smooth muscle, located in the chest between the lungs and slightly to the left and consisting of four chambers: a right atrium that receives blood returning from the body via the superior and inferior vena cavae, a right ventricle that pumps the blood through the pulmonary artery to the lungs for oxygenation, a left atrium that receives the oxygenated blood via the pulmonary veins and passes it through the mitral valve, and a left ventricle that pumps the oxygenated blood, via the aorta, throughout the body.
  • health maintenance organization — a plan for comprehensive health services, prepaid by an individual or by a company for its employees, that provides treatment, preventive care, and hospitalization to each participating member in a central health center. Abbreviation: HMO.
  • hide one's light under a bushel — something that makes things visible or affords illumination: All colors depend on light.
  • hierarchical design methodology — (programming)   (HDM) A method for specifying software and systems using hierarchies of abstract machines, developed by Larry Robinson at SRI International circa 1975-1976. The specifications were written in SPECIAL.
  • histrionic personality disorder — a psychological disorder usually beginning in early adulthood, characterized by excessive emotional expression and attention-seeking behavior. Abbreviation: HPD.
  • human t-cell lymphotropic virus — HTLV.
  • in the good (or bad) graces of — in favor (or disfavor) with
  • in the olden days/in olden days — In the olden days or in olden days means in the past.
  • independent order of rechabites — a society devoted to total abstention from alcoholic drink
  • industrial workers of the world — an international industrial labor union, considered radical by many, that was organized in Chicago in 1905 and that disintegrated after 1920. Abbreviation: I.W.W., IWW.
  • integrated systems architecture — (ISA for ODP) An Esprit 2 project continuing the ANSA project.
  • international business machines — (company)   (IBM) The best known American computer manufacturer, founded by Thomas J. Watson (born 1874-02-17), known as "Big Blue" after the colour of its logo. IBM makes everything from mainframes to personal computers (PCs) and has been immensely successful in selling them, chiefly to business. It has often been said that "Nobody has ever been sacked for buying IBM". The IBM PC in its various versions has been so successful that unqualified reference to a "PC" almost certainly means a PC from IBM, or one of the many brands of clone produced by other manufacturers to cash in on IBM's original success. Alternative expansions of "IBM" such as Inferior But Marketable; It's Better Manually; Insidious Black Magic; It's Been Malfunctioning; Incontinent Bowel Movement, illustrate the considerable antipathy most hackers have long felt toward the "industry leader" (see fear and loathing). Quarterly sales $15351M, profits $689M (Aug 1994).
  • international phonetic alphabet — the set of symbols and modifiers designed, principally on the basis of articulatory considerations, to provide a consistent and universally understood system for transcribing the speech sounds of any language: devised by the International Phonetic Association. Abbreviation: IPA, I.P.A.
  • into the bargain/in the bargain — You use into the bargain or in the bargain when mentioning an additional quantity, feature, fact, or action, to emphasize the fact that it is also involved.
  • jonathan's own version of emacs — (editor)   (jove) A version of the GNU Emacs editor. Similar to MicroGnuEmacs.
  • lose weight, gain/put on weight — If someone loses weight, they become lighter. If they gain weight or put on weight, they become heavier.
  • make heavy weather of something — to carry something out with great difficulty or unnecessarily great effort
  • multi-user shared hallucination — (communications, application)   (MUSH) A user-extendable MUD. A MUSH provides commands which the players can use to construct new rooms or make objects and puzzles for other players to explore.
  • nakhichevan autonomous republic — a region belonging to Azerbaijan, from which it is separated by part of Armenia; annexed by Russia in 1828; unilaterally declared secession from the Soviet Union in 1990. Capital: Nakhichevan. Pop: 363 000 (2000 est). Area: 5500 sq km (2120 sq miles)
  • national endowment for the arts — an independent agency that stimulates the growth and development of the arts in the U.S. by awarding grants to individuals and organizations.
  • neither one thing nor the other — indefinite, undecided, or mixed
  • nondeterministic turing machine — (complexity)   A normal (deterministic) Turing Machine that has a "guessing head" - a write-only head that writes a guess at a solution on the tape first, based on some arbitrary internal algorithm. The regular Turing Machine then runs and returns "yes" or "no" to indicate whether the solution is correct. A nondeterministic Turing Machine can solve nondeterministic polynomial time computational decision problems in a number of steps that is a polynomial function of the size of the input
  • not all sth is cracked up to be — If you say that something is not all it's cracked up to be, you mean that it is not as good as other people have said it is.

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