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A praenomen, typically abbreviated when writing the full tria nomina. Often, in problems involving only two masses, subscripts are avoided by using m for the smaller and M for the larger mass. In many-body mechanics problems, it is conventional to use M for the total mass the mass the appears in Newton's equation for the center-of-mass motion. By Newton's Third Law, the center of mass acceleration depends only on external forces.
In two-body problems involving only central forces, the center-of-mass and relative motions are independent. The equations of motion of the individual particles can be combined to yield a trivial equation of motion for the center of mass zero acceleration and an equation of motion that involves only the relative separation vector and its second time derivative. A movie rating of the MPAA q. It is convenient that M is not the chemical symbol for any element, so it can be used to stand for a generic or unspecified metal or metal mix , as in the empirical formula M 0.
There's probably a pretentious and dignified term one uses in making presentations to the suited species. This wasn't a full-time job, and I was stupid, so I let people know that I was available to help out on other stuff when I wasn't trying to break molly with a rubber mallet or again attempting to electrocute myself.
One morning a splat-cooling set-up down the hall exploded -- pieces of quartz crucible lay all over the floor, some insulating tiles and blocks were charred, etc. It was an emergency, and helping clean up was easily the most appreciated thing I did that summer.
When the suits stopped by later that day on their long-planned tour, they never noticed anything amiss. Many of you have written concerning the generic chemical formula M 0. You point out that N is the symbol of a chemical element, and that might lead to confusion if it is used to stand for a generic nonmetal also. It turns out that N stands for nitrogen, which is itself a nonmetal. Until we develop the postmodern chemistry entry, it may be encouraging to some of you to know that in the metglas context, the nonmetal was usually phosphorus P , boron B or a mix of those, possibly including a little bit of silicon and maybe something more exotic.
While the M's I have seen in chemical formulae have generally represented metals, as described at the top of this entry, I have to admit that while cleaning out the garage, I came upon a paper of N. Here M is any room-temperature gas species that does not participate chemically in the reaction.
So M here really refers to a mass. The role of the molecular species indicated by M is obvious: Viewed in the center of mass, the separate species H and NO approach each other with equal and opposite momenta.
Without some additional species, the momentum and energy constraints are rather tight. At this rate I'm never going to get the car back in the garage. The fundamental metric unit of length. The meter has gone through a variety of definitions and standards, each designed to agree with the previous definition to within the precision of the earlier definition at the time the earlier definition was promulgated. It's always been about as long as the eighteenth-century French yard that it replaced.
For the earliest definition, see the nmi entry. Use Me , if you can afford to buy a vowel. Mike is the most stupid letter name in the phonetic alphabet, because in noise it can be mistaken for bike or night.
Still used to designate sheets of paper. See I entry for Roman-numeral links and explanations. The mile is etymologically related vide mi. Where two prefixes began with the same letter d or m, in particular , the multiple Greek could be capitalized.
This had the advantage that it was also more accurate, since upper-case Greek characters more frequently coincide with the Roman characters we write in: M is often used as the variable name for a mismatch factor or divisor. A mismatch factor is intended to correct the value of some quantity measured under particular test conditions, so as to predict the value of that quantity under field, normal-operation, or other condition of interest.
I should mention Miss Match , a TV series starring Alicia Silverstone as a divorce lawyer who does matchmaking on the side, and of course she has her own personal romantic difficulties anyone could write the project proposal for this. Okay, I mentioned it. The Intel Pentium M series chips are specifically designed for laptop computers. AMD laptop chips are designated with the word Mobile. This is a moderately unusual measurement unit, or symbol, since its name is an adjective.
There are various measures of concentration in chemistry, and for liquid solvents, molarity is a very common one. The molarity is defined as moles of solute liters of solution so the units are built into the definition, and the molarity is a dimensionless quantity.
The concentration the speaker has in mind might be molality or normality, or any other of the 8 or so different concentration definitions in common use. These different measures give equivalent information, in the sense that any single given value of molarity corresponds to a single value of molality. For dilute aqueous solutions, the molarity and molality are about equal.
On the other hand, in order to make the conversion between concentration measures one needs more or less detailed information about the solvent, the solute, and how they interact. I should add immediately that the quoted phrases above were chosen to highlight a distinction. It's my impression that the natural language used by chemists tends to avoid situations that force the word molar to be a noun don't think of teeth , but there is a real issue here.
For purposes of comparison, consider length. Corresponds to the telephone number six. MA Maintenance and Adaptation. A common Spanish abbreviation. It has been such a common name that variants based on it are also common names. See gender of Spanish women's names for other examples. Quantitative analysis of a system's time evolution, based on two assumptions or conditions: At any given moment continuous-time Markov or at a sequence of moments discrete-time Markov a system can be completely described by the statement that it is in a particular state.
By choosing a sufficiently complete description, this condition can usually be satisfied for any well-understood physical system, in principle. MA is usually applied statistically, to ensembles of systems, and one studies the time evolution of a probability distribution.
The states that a single system can assume are the possible arguments of the probability distribution. In other words, one studies the probability that the system is in a particular state, and how that probability varies in time. The system evolves from one moment by making state transitions at a rate that depends only on the initial state. This is a highly restrictive assumption, but it holds to a greater or lesser degree of accuracy for many interesting systems, and it makes the problem solvable.
By the second assumption, a Markov process is described by a linear, first-order time-evolution equation -- a first-order differential equation for a continuous-time process, a first-order difference equation for a discrete-time process.
Any such equation has a formal solution that can be written down trivially. However, evaluating the formal solution is not trivial. In the simplest case, a Markov process with a finite number of states, this involves evaluating the exponential of a finite-order matrix of transition rates or transition probabilities in continuous- and discrete-time cases, resp. If the system can assume an infinite number of states, one must evaluate the exponential of an appropriate infinite-order generalization of a matrix.
Ordinary Markovian analysis assumes transition rates or probabilities independent of time. If these vary in time, it is still possible to write a formal solution using time-ordering operators of the sort developed for quantum field theory. A standard piece of optical equipment for photolithographic processes used in microelectronics fabrication. MA Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The Villanova University Law School provides some links to state government web sites for Massachusetts. A degree beyond the Bachelor of Arts. I have no idea how these numbers are handled when they involve parties outside the EU. When they begin or end is a question best avoided if possible.
The word you often screw up the spelling of is medieval or mediaeval. The Middle Ages is divided into two parts: This is a synonym of multiplex[ing ed], and an excuse to add a vowel to your acronym. After the US entered WWI, the association drew up a cross-licensing agreement to allow manufacturers to have unrestrained use of airplane patents for war production.
Some time later the name was reordered, and in or the MAA was dissolved. A professional society of college and university mathematics teachers, founded in , with about 30, members in Perhaps you sought the American Mathematical Society. Its goal is the support of research, publication, and teaching in all aspects of the Middle Ages. I can't even guess when after it ceased to be the first organization of medievalists in North America.
It must have something to do with temporal logic. Other antacids, like Gelusil and Mylanta, use the same active ingredients and add simethicone an antiflatulent. Di-gel contains those three ingredients plus magnesium carbonate [MgCO 3 ], a weak basic salt. The active ingredient in Rolaids is a weak base with a long name, if not a strong one: Alka-Seltzer has aspirin as well.
Bromo-Seltzer in its original formulation had a bromide. Today it contains the analgesic acetaminophen. Viagra, Cialis, Re-Fi , Canadian prescriptions -- sure. Woman suits manufacture wholesale China, winding machine -- why not? My inbox is the world's dispos-all! An underpowered PC in an unbusinesslike box, with a GUI that used to be innovative, a darling keyboard with cute little keys that are just sooo perfect for dainty little fingers , a pretty little one-button mouse that's smooth and round so it feels the same whether you're holding it straight or cockeyed or throwing it across the room in frustration, and many other delightful features.
Awwww -- in August , Apple came out with a mouse that has more than one button. Apparently, they're working hard to stay ahead of Windows and Unix which didn't have three buttons, or two buttons and a scroll wheel, until, uh, well, whenever.
Mama seems to naturalize well. A woman who spoke mainly Yoruba growing up in Nigeria wasn't sure if the word was Yoruba or not. I was asking around because Roman Jakobson claimed something like that the word for mother in all languages contains a nasal consonant. This is a trickier claim than it at first seems, because many languages have multiple words for mother, but it's easy to find counter-examples. I think Georgian is one.
It offers professional interpreting services and translation of health-related documents to Oneida and Herkimer counties and, eventually, all of Central New York. German has two postpositions, nach and weder , that function like prepositions but happen to follow their objects.
Do not confuse the expansion of m. A usual event dog bites man is not news. It's human interest, and can be reported only if it helps the reporter score a political point. Nevertheless, the literal event does occur fairly regularly. One very common situation is that of criminal fugitives biting police dogs. The second-most common situation seems to be that of pet owners counter-attacking dogs that attack their own dogs -- dog's best friend 'n'all that. For another sort of canine anthropomorphic dog fight, see the It was a dark and stormy night entry.
We'll be collecting examples of canine man-bites whether they involve criminal fugitives or not and listing them here: Miami, Florida, December 19, Vader was named after Star Wars' Darth Vader.
Vader suffered man-bites to the back of the neck and around the right eye. After the attack, he was placed on antibiotics. He also had to be treated with eye drops, and though he was able to return to work the next day, Maio said he'd be taking it a little easier for a while.
Braunschweig, Germany, October Because of the town name, this incident achieved recognition in our Nomenclature is destiny entry. Details can be found there. Man may also bite dog that is already dead and probably cooked.
Back in , the World Cup was held in South Korea and there was a flurry of reporting about dogs as food there. Of course, that wasn't news at all. The South Koreans just need to work out a mutually beneficial agreement with the Australians see dogger.
Michael Vick was a talented quarterback of the Atlanta Falcons until just before the beginning of the season. Unbeknownst to him, treacherous family and friends had been running a dog-fighting operation on his property. As a non-participant, his pseudonym was Ron Mexico. He must have the right algorithm: Oh wait-- I'm sorry, that was his alias in the genital herpes thing a few years before.
After the court papers were filed, there was a brief vogue in sports gear bearing the name. There was even a poor fellow in Brighton, Michigan, an auto-parts supplier, who comes by the name legitimately. Use Bob Smith or Jim Johnson; there's 50 million of them. Out of all the names in the whole world, I wanna know how he picked this name out.
This Ron Mexico knows two others -- relatives of his. You can see where this is going: Anyway, Michael Vick is not alleged to have bitten any of the dogs or given them genital herpes, but he's supposed to have killed some of them in unnecessarily creative ways. I didn't even know you could kill a dog by hanging.
Not very quickly, anyway On August 27, Vick took a plea bargain and reported a Jesus sighting. He claimed he found Jesus, but I'm not sure Jesus had been reported missing. I heard he was expected back. The reason the story merits discussion in this entry, besides the general association with dogs, news, and violence, is the chew-toy angle.
Melamine-laced and lead-base-painted, I imagine. With so little time to set up the tooling, shipping wasn't scheduled to begin until September 7, The situation of a man biting a dog is a paradigm of the unexpected, but it has not always been used to define news. Relevant evidence was posted on the Curculio blog , which had an anonymous ancient Greek couplet on April 20, You remember, of course, that Cerberus is a three-headed dog.
Cerberus, door-keeper of Pluto, be afraid lest he bite you. See, for example, M. Advanced Statistics, Release 6. Not just an acronym; this would make a pretty decent family name. Mandate of Heaven A Chinese imperial doctrine that in late twentieth and early twenty-first century Florida and Texas governs the like-unto-a-god status of football coaches. If a coach use his power wisely and send in just plays, then his victories demonstrate that his benevolent but firm rule is righteous.
If he have a losing season, then it demonstrates that he has lost the mandate of heaven, and may be ignominiously tossed out on his ear, or disemboweled, as the mob choose. I assume you know what this word means. My feeling is that if you have to turn the steering wheel or your shoulders one way and then another, then that's a maneuver, but only one way is just a turn.
Spanish has the noun maniobra and verb maniobrar , with meanings similar to the English cognate. An early late 40's computer at Los Alamos. The Latin word manus is not, as one might suppose at first glance, a second-declension masculine noun. It's a fourth-declension feminine noun. Hence the Spanish word mano like French main , etc. More about manobra at the manobre entry. Right now I want to write about something different: It has two volumes: The two volumes are similar in size, and there isn't very much front matter.
The disproportionate share of words starting with early letters of the alphabet is typical. Not that it wouldn't be very suspicious if it weren't. In contrast, the xx-volume OED2 has a volume xi that begins with the Scrabble-worthy word ow , whatever that means.
For my own amusement you should skip over this to the next entry , I'm going to list the number of pages dedicated to words starting in different letters of the alphabet in the Spanish dictionary mentioned above this one alphabetizes ll between lk and lm, etc. One can think of this as natural gender when the word originated, and conventional gender now.
Of course , Spanish nouns ending in a are generally female. While there are exceptions, these often have Greek roots e. So the switch in ending is natural: Yes, there are interesting questions here of what to do about conflicts of natural and grammatical gender, but this here is a tangent to n what I started writing about, where n is four or five, so that'll have to wait.
I'd also like to mention manubrio , but I can't think what to say about it. The phrase sounds like something Carl Sandburg would have made up, but the idea that the working poor anachronistic-term alert!
Here's an example from Trimalchio's first speech ch. No, it's not a literal translation. There's too much going on to translate it all, and what goes on in English is different. That Latin word is, in fact, the origin of the English word corn , but only in the sense of a local hardening, horniness, of the skin; other meanings represent other etymologies that happened to yield the same sound and spelling.
The word grain itself, of course, comes from Latin. English, as you will recall, is the vocable pack-rat of languages. Just as a common Indo-European root gave rise to both corn via Germanic and grain via Latin , so a common IE root gave rise to horn via Germanic and corn via Latin. Since you've staggered through my clotted prose so far, you can tell it's working. Carpus is the name of one of his servants. Time to pop the stack again. The second verse runs thus: The horny sons of toil arise, And labour's hammer rings In honest music to the skies, Like harps with iron strings.
While hoarse the shout of industry Rolls like a billow from the sea. Then again, the OED has an instance of horny in the sense of concupiscent dating back as early as , and this seems the sort of slang word that might be in circulation a long time before it happened into the literary record.
One is reminded of the dialogue in Rock Hudson movies, when we see them again, now that we all know. Of course, some people never didn't get the jokes.
Time to visit the mano a mano entry. I mention this only for the benefit of those few who are not reading serially through all the entries. Soviet-made, shoulder-fired surface-to-air missile s. The break in slope occurs on all sides--there are no gables this general situation is called a hip roof ; in the simplest such roof, for a rectangular building, the edges where the slopes of the roof faces change form a rectangle.
You needed to know this. Mansard seems to be more popular in Europe than in the US, where gambrel roofs are most common on barns. Gambrel and mansard roofs are both called curb roofs. Oh man, look gambrel up at the AAT. Talk about making a federal case of it!
The devil finds cell phone s for idle hands. One of the best things about quiltin' is that it gives the womenfolks somthing to think about while they talk. Time for some quick gender-generic repair. Also recorded in that old book is the following hypothetical exchange: What do you do up here in the winter when the road's blocked? We just set and think Page 89, like almost all the odd pages, is given over to a picture. I've quoted pretty much all the text on pp.
See the I dunno entry for more yokel communication studies. From the Latin word spelled with one ess meaning make-weight, which is believed to be of Etr uscan origin the word , you nitwit, not the make-weight! Before the party is over, bop on over to the mano de obra entry. Further explanation at the Cover-2 entry. Each propane has one end bonded to each of the two bridges.
Altogether, then, an eleven-carbon alkane undecane comprising cyclo-octane rings. Its stable configuration has either exact or almost-exact C 3h symmetry about the 1 and 5 carbons the bridge carbons, each bonded to one end of each of the three propane chains.
That is, the line through the two bridge carbons is a three-fold axis, and each propane chain is a rigid copy of its neighbors, translated a third of a turn about this axis and rigidly rotated by the same angle in the same direction. The two end carbons of each propane are aligned parallel to the axis, so that when the molecule is viewed end-on, the four bonds and three atoms of each propane chain appear as a bent leg viewed from the side -- the end carbons overlapping in one knee, with the middle carbon at the foot.
Viewed in this way, the molecule as a whole has the form of a triskelion. The crest of the Isle of Man traditional adjective form Manx , of course is a triskelion. As far as I can tell, the trivial name manxane first appears in the chemical literature in a journal article by P. Watt has an illustration of the Manx crest, though in the nonstandard orientation.
All early representations of the three legs of Man shows them running i. A distinctive feature of the Manx triskelion is that the legs are wearing armor -- at least the legs and feet are plated, and the heels have six-pointed spurs. A triskelion of greater antiquity is that of Sicily. Its legs are naked and it has a Medusa's head at the center. After , these included the Isle of Man.
An enzyme that breaks down mono amine s by oxidation. The monoamines referred to are typically the amines that function as neurotransmitters. A drug like iproniazid, that decreases the effectiveness of MAO and thus delays uptake of neurotransmitter amines. A class of antidepressants. MAP Maximum a p osteriori likelihood. Scheduled for launch August Will eventually sit on a Lagrange point and collect data for over a year.
This discovery sort of dovetails with the difficulty I've had finding interesting crossword puzzle fills involving Mississippi. Maybe it's just as well: Don't hold your breath. I seem to come across a lot more Marxist literature in Spanish than in English. Karl Marx introduced the theory that there is a distinctive Let's use AMP , provisionally.
Okay, enough of that. The current name is the first that is explicit about the focus of activities. Probably the one around Boston. It's not clear whether these cells existed in the marrow or arose in response to the culture conditions.
Not just any one, but Microsoft 's standard, though hardly the sort of name that would yield a strong trademark vide TM. MAPI governs how communications applications exchange data. For undergraduates unable to attend the Law School Forum in Chicago, this is, for most, the only opportunity for them to meet admissions reps face-to-face.
I should probably explain why this is a mnemonic. This Ovaltine ad ran in the 's, and it seemed to me like a palinode for an earlier ad. It has its own golden page at the online Breakfast Cereal Hall of Fame. But when we've got a great mnemonic like this, we dare not ask for more, now, do we? They are also available from the census bureau.
The Bodleian Library at Oxford University has a map room. Customize your own at Mapquest or Yahoo. With stress on the for. The term gained temporary currency from Donald I. Warren's book The Radical Center: Middle Americans and the Politics of Alienation U.
In the 's, US President Nixon was economically far to the left of anything we saw in the last fifth of the twentieth century. To the extent that the so-called radical centrist attitude or resentment described above persisted through the economic expansion of , it seems to have been significantly reduced by welfare reform in the 's.
Then again, maybe the economic expansion of the 's had something to do with it. The term MAR never caught on, which is why you're reading about it here. One exception was Samuel Francis, a columnist for the conservative magazine Chronicles , who used the term essentially for an America-Firster -- a social conservative like Patrick Buchanan, supporting isolationism, closure of immigration, autarky if it can be implemented painlessly , and other actions intended to preserve a traditional cultural identity, etc.
He published a collection of his columns as Revolution from the Middle. This political position, like every political third way , has at least the initially plausible appearance of not falling squarely within one of the two major pre-existing positions. The two positions that can command a committed following are the Republican now usually called nationalist and unionist positions. However, the desire of unionists is not the preservation of control by Crown appointees; it is home rule dominated by the Protestant majority and making less allowance for minority i.
The difference between the unionist position and the Ulster Nationalist position is really one of means rather than ends, or else a difference of degree of independence. These comments are off the top of my head and probably completely fatuous. In the transition to Romance, the gender system of Latin went from three to two genders and neuter nouns generally became male. That did not quite happen in this case. Unusually for a Spanish noun, this word can take both genders. In addition, some figurative and sort-of technical expressions construe mar as female, presumably owing to their originating or being popular with seamen.
There's a bit more to say about mare , since it wasn't an entirely ordinary third-declension. It was an i-stem, meaning that the genitive plural ended in -ium rather than -um, that an ablative singular form mari could be used alternative to the consonantal-stem-like mare , and that the accusative forms could be different as well. It seems to me that the unusual morphology might have contributed to confusion that allowed mariners to select a preferred gender on a more intuitionistic basis.
FWIW , another neuter third declension i-stem is animal , which followed the general rule and became male in Spanish. The form of the noun that came to be used in Spanish, which does not inflect nouns according to case, most commonly resembles the Latin ablative sing.
One of the differences between English and Spanish is the relative abundance of different roots and substantially different words in English. Words related to mar illustrate this nicely: Marchantia A liverwort, not a country. As such, it does not have a TLA. Since there's nothing left to umlaut, the non-dative plural form is identical with the singular. Bite the bullet and read a textbook. A popular term with marketing types. I'm not sure what part of marketing it doesn't include. Related stuff at the SftP entry.
You can look that up anywhere. Here I just want to note the existence of a countable sense, arising from a jocular collocation of marital with fellowship understood in the countable sense similar to countable scholarship. It was once issued as a Scottish silver coin called the merk. It ended up as the basic monetary unit until in Finland markka in de nominative declension, singular, I dink and in Germany. In German, the word is capitalized like all nouns.
The word Mark is by far the most common feminine German noun whose plural form is identical with the singular form. If there is any other instance, it's probably some oddball borrowing from an ancient language.
No, I don't have a particular example in mind. An advantage of marks over pounds is that they can be halved an extra time: A mark is 32 times 5 pence. You could divide up evenly ways with farthings, but it begins to look like there are too many fingers in the pie. Total value of outstanding shares. Headgear for supermarket safaris.
Markovnikov's Rule A rule for determining the dominant product in the addition of a hydrogen halide to an alkene. According to the rule, when the double bond is broken, the carbon with the most hydrogens gets another hydrogen, and the halide bonds to the other carbon. Sounds like the Matthew Principle. Markovnikov is now the most common transliteration to English.
Other variants include Markovnikoff, Markownikoff, Markownikov. Mars The fourth planet. Here's a surprising thing: Aphelion is about 1. This means that the Earth-to-Mars distance varies by a factor of seven. There was an unusually favorable opposition of Mars in That year, a few days before the closest approach to Earth, Asaph Hall discovered the two moons of Mars, which he named Deimos and Phobos.
Also in , the Italian astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli observed some lines on the surface of Mars that he described as canali.
The latter wrote in his Autobiography , I came in with Halley's Comet in It is coming again next year [ viz. It will be the greatest disappointment of my life if I don't go out with Halley's Comet. The Almighty has said, no doubt: William Sheehan's The Planet Mars: The entire book is available to read free on-line. A library automation system from the days before we were cyborgs. Once upon a time , anyway MARTA buses were very clean which was difficult, because they were painted white.
MARTA also runs trains. WWI ended that day in on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. In the US, it became a legal federal holiday in , under the name of Armistice Day.
Kristallnacht, a night of riots, murder of Jews, and arson and looting of synagogues and Jewish-owned businesses throughout the Third Reich, began the evening of November 9, It was originally planned to last two nights and end on the 11th. On November 10, , Enrico Fermi received the call from Stockholm announcing that he had won the Nobel Prize in Physics for that year.
The timing was convenient, since with the imposition of anti-Semitic laws in Italy that autumn, the Fermis had decided to emigrate to the US Enrico's wife Laura was Jewish. The Fermis sailed on from Sweden to the US officially for a six-month stay , avoiding certain currency restrictions imposed by Italy. Good fascists everywhere were incensed that he shook the hand of the Swedish king, instead of extending his arm in the fascist salute.
Newspapers published stupid political cartoons about how he must have injured his arm or something. Laura wrote about this in Atoms in the Family. As its doors swung open, we were face to face with a short old man in a baggy red suit and furry white trimmings, with a long white beard and twinkling blue eyes.
The three of us stood still, fascinated, open-mouthed. The queer old man motioned us inside the elevator and then, with a benevolent smile, said to us: I am Santa Claus. She knows we are Italian children. She could not get a visa and must remain in Italy,'' I answered on the inspiration of the moment. He also figured he could take advantage of favorable winds off the West coast of Africa, but he couldn't admit this because an international convention between Portugal and Spain officially forbade him to sail that far South.
In , Spain expelled all Jews living within its borders. Actually, they also had the option of converting and coming under suspicion of judaizing and being tortured, confessed and executed by the Inquisition.
Columbus sailed from Spain on the last day for Jews to get out. Columbus Day is celebrated or observed, by those who object on the second Monday in October. Traditionally, Columbus Day was celebrated on October 12, the day land was first sighted the first recorded Columbus Day celebration in the US took place on the th anniversary of the day.
In , the name of Armistice Day was changed to Veterans' Day. Marx Brothers There really were five 5 originally: Chico Leonard Shtick was piano. Most unbegrudged guest at the Algonquin Round Table. Groucho Julius Henry Mr. Zeppo Herbert A juvenile delinquent. After the Four Marx Brothers act became the three, he eventually found more suitable work as an agent.
One or more of the birth years listed above may be five years late. Marx on matter Translated by H. Adams from Karl Marx's Ph. Allen and Unwin, London, For it is in its center of gravity that matter possesses its ideal individuality So that if atoms are placed in the perceptible world they must have weight. Marx died on March 14, , the fourth birthday of Albert Einstein , who eventually had interesting things to say about matter, mass, and energy.
MAS M ovimiento a l S ocialismo. A Bolivian political party headed by Evo Morales, leader of the country's coca producers. It's legal to grow coca in Bolivia. On the basis of my family's experience surviving in Bolivia, however, I would caution that legality there is a kind of interesting technicality. Evo Morales was elected president in December The much more common word is pero.
Not much now November at their particular website. Preceded the laser, but not as telegenic since microwaves are invisible. Robert Hooker wrote a novel by that title, and Ring Lardner, Jr.
The movie was directed by Robert Altman and starred Donald Sutherland, Elliot Gould, and other people you've heard of. This form appears on at least a couple of different box covers for videos of the movie. That seems to be a widely held view.
Of course, some other widely held views are that the TV show was amusing and not by turns treacly and insipid, so you can take that for what it's worth. Without citing a source, this webpage claims that the asterisks were a publicity man's idea and were not in the original title.
That seems likely, but it raises the question whether the asterisks were part of the initial promotion of the movie, or were adopted later. Most other promotional posters for this movie that one can find on the web here, for example use asterisks. Probably most are unclearly or uncertainly dated, but all those that rely on stills or artwork from the studio unlike the original cartoon in the Polish ad seem to include asterisks. In some of the pictures that appear to be older, however, the asterisks are smaller than they usually are now, and are not centered vertically but appear lower.
These could have been interpreted as slightly raised periods, though there were only three. Perhaps they were originally intended to emphasize though one might have guessed it from the capitalization that the title was not the nonacronymic word mash. It's worth noting that in Latin monumental inscriptions of all periods, classical to modern , raised periods or dots have been used to separate letters of an abbreviation so a four-letter abbreviation like SPQR would have only three marks in the locations where MASH has asterisks.
That's what I've found and thought of. Draw your own conclusions. Mashie Obsolete name for a five iron golf club. One number higher is a Spade Mashie. Mashie-Niblick Obsolete name for a seven iron golf club.
Between a Mashie and a Niblick. Just as of this writing, this entry is leading in the contest for entry of least personal utility to the glossarist. Nothing Serious , Specifies standards for GPS. Standard based on earlier Air Force specs. In principle, to the degree that smarts tend to help you get rich or marry rich or choose rich parents, there will be a correlation.
So they might be smarter, if not smart. But in practice, not much. Looking back, or thinking back, or whatever back, that might be the most thought-provoking question she ever asked me. Not because the answer was any mystery, but because the question was. Demonstrative adjectives are versatile. Massenkarambolage In my high school German class in or so, we encountered this beautiful word in a popular magazine probably Bunte Illustrierte. It wasn't in any of our dictionaries. An Austrian boys' choir touring the US visited our class around then, and they didn't recognize this word either.
They even denied that it was a word. Now there's the Internet. To all the people who have doubted me ever since, I can now say: Sounds vaguely obscene innat context, doan it? Master of Arts in Teaching. It provides certification for some segment of K along with graduate study in the academic area in which it is awarded.
Oh you are soooo wrong! I have a dream, and my vision is steadily focused on that dream! I dream of financial independence and security. The more securities, the better! It is a very unique dream, because it is my personal dream of my personal financial success, rather someone else's dream of someone else's success.
Undoubtedly he does sometimes, and, what may seem yet more astonishing, so does your historian and even your sociologist , and that without the help of accident. When this happens, however, when these students arrive, I do not say at truth, for that may be by lucky accident or happy chance or a kind of intuition, but when they arrive at conclusions that are correct, then that is because they have been for the moment in all literalness acting the part of mathematician.
I do not say this for the aggrandizement of mathematics. Cicourel, Method and Measurement in Sociology , p. Free Press of Glencoe, The research techniques and measurement scales of any science can be viewed as a problem in the sociology of knowledge.
Matlab A region of Bangladesh. An upazila, as you may infer, is some kind of subdistrict, something like either a US county or, in states like New York and Indiana, a township. Matlab Upazila has an area of sq. I'm sure it's a delightful enough place, but I've never been.
I only learned about it while browsing this can be done by hand, my young friends the June issue of Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics. Here is the beginning of the abstract: We examine whether the effect of sibship size on education differs by the individual's birth order in low-income countries, using details from Matlab, Bangladesh. Exploiting exposure to the randomized family planning program in Matlab for identification I have to say that I was momentarily disoriented.
Ironically, I was only browsing this journal as part of my randomized study of capitalization in journal titles on covers. Anyway, you might as well get something useful out of this entry, so here's the rest of the abstract: It's a numerical computing environment and fourth-generation programming language.
It's widely used, but I'm not sure I'd call it popular. It's vile but useful. How is it useful? Years ago, when I used to hang out in the old saunas, err, computer clusters with their Unix boxes SPARC stations, to give you a vague idea of the era and hulking CRT 's, I would notice that some students would log in to two adjacent machines and use them together.
It turned out that they were slaving over homework assigned by professors of mechanical or industrial engineering who could think of nothing more educational or enlightening to assign than tedious MATLAB projects.
The results were too large to view on a single screen. An XML -based mark-up for describing mathematics in machine-to-machine communication. And animals and electric cords can be mated, though generally not to each other. That's how it is with that sort of intransitive verb. The panda mating season is a sort of window of missed opportunity: She could probably sleep through it, and when she's awake she hardly knows what to do about it. The males aren't exactly operators either.
It's a miracle pandas survived before zoos were invented. Often listed as the source of stories in Australian newspapers. Matthean priority A term of art in biblical text criticism that originally meant, and should still be used to mean, the theory that the Gospel of Matthew preceded not only that of Luke but also that of Mark.
Not a very popular idea among scholars. Groucho I mean Groucho Marx , not any of the other famous people called Groucho said: Those are my principles! If you don't like them I have others. Matthew Principle The principle that credit for a scientific discovery or other achievement goes to those already famous.
In the King James version: Similarly, Aristotle is often credited for the atomic hypothesis developed by Democritus. The Matthew Principle is in itself an example of the Matthew principle: Matthews is not an unusual name.
Hardware interface of workstation and LAN. Not necessarily the same as MAU above. When you give up, you can find the explanation at the related MED entry. Maudlin College Nothing so somber: When it was pointed out to me on the map, I couldn't see it. There will always be at least a few who go by the spelling, so I am not surpised that many people outside the university whichever university think that the name is pronounced normally there i.
A special vehicle for celebrating the Feast of the Ascension in the Marian Scots librarian rite. Oh wait -- it's Mars with an ess! So it's a Marsian rite? Okay, the guess method isn't working so well this time. I think the explanation at the ERV entry may be more accurate.
IMS code for the seismic station in Mawson, Australia. It is Winston Churchill who is credited with the famous remark, There is nothing more exhilarating than to be shot at without result. May Week A fortnight in June. A Cambridge UK tradition. MB Postal abbreviation for the Canadian. Refers to a Gaussian momentum or velocity distribution assumed by a noninteracting classical gas in equilibrium.
The distribution is the classical limit of both the Bose-Einstein for bosons and Fermi-Dirac distributions for fermions. Unlike those quantum distributions, the MB distribution depends on the density or chemical potential only through an overall scale. The MB distribution is isotropic, and perpendicular components of momentum described by it are completely uncorrelated.
The class of MB distributions i. In other words, the MB distribution can be derived from isotropy and separability, with a scale fixed by any single nonzero-dimensional, nonzero in practice: The electrons in a nondegenerate semiconductor band, although charged, can be approximated as noninteracting, and satisfy the MB distribution.
A unit of cross section equal to 0. Popular in nuclear scattering. The common abbreviation, rarely used, for a rare unit, commonly used. Also politically correct equivalent MainBoard. A structure found in insect brains that seems to be associated with the chemosensory system. An Fe atom chelated to a small protein. Masters in Business Administration. MBBA N- p-methoxybenzylidene -p-butylaniline.
The slight linguistic divergences between the US and the British commonwealth have the effect, in a surprisingly large number of instances, of allowing homonyms to be distinguished in one orthographic tradition and not the other. For example, US usage distinguishes carat and karat , and preservation of the old form gotten as past participle of get allows this to be distinguished from the modal got.
On the other side of the ledger, British usage continues to distinguish queane and queen perhaps a bit more useful distinction in a monarchy and also distinguishes mold and mould. Carboxyl group CO bound to myoglobin Mb. Just don't throw any big words at me, and I'll be alright. When I asked after one in a coin store in Cambridge in , I was told the going rate was fifty quid. The perfect gift for the molecular beam jockey who has everything or at least no more unused chamber access points.
PVD used for compound semiconductor growth. The unofficial homepage from David Gotthold and the one from Alex Anselm , as well as the official homepage for Dr. Streetman's group's Varian at UT-Austin visit their university homepage. A Spanish publisher of technical books.
It was written by R. This is useful because the words along the binding are backwards When an English-language book is lying closed on a horizontal surface, with the front cover on top, the lengthwise writing along the binding is right-side up.
This is true in countries with right-hand-side driving and those with left-hand-side driving. I would mention country where both left- and right-hand-side driving are common, but English is not an important language in West Texas. A quick check proves that all books published in German, Spanish, Italian, and French follow the opposite convention.
The great advantage of this is that if you have a multivolume work stacked on a table in order, with the first volume on top and all the front covers naturally facing down, then you can read the common title right-side-up of course, the volume numbers are now facing sideways. An important exception to this rule is that books to teach English-speakers German, Spanish, etc. If you've ever browsed a book-shelf that mixed the two orientations in comparable numbers, you'll probably agree that the greatest value of an orientation standard is not in its orientation but in the fact of its being a standard.
Let me tell you, the EU was way ahead of you on this. In fact, they know exactly how much standardization is just right. In simple terms, it is this: First Brussels has to get the condom-dimension problem hammered down, so those things are not so monstrously large that they slip off Mr.
Pencil, they will tackle book bindings. Anglophones so frequently misspell the Spanish proper noun Manuel as Manual that at Amazon. Kooreman; Self and Interpersonal Insight: This whole entry is going to be rewritten, but for now I'd just like to add that another way to describe how spine text on English-language books is normally printed is top-to-bottom. In Hebrew, writing is from right-to-left and as one reads, one turns pages on the left over to the right.
That is, books begin at what would be the back of an English book. This can cause confusion. Some years ago, I found a book of Talmud at the main library of UNM that had all the library markings upside down, so if you had no trouble reading Hebrew characters upside-down and from the bottom of the page up, you could open the book from the left and read it all left-to-right.
Of course, a page of Talmud is segmented around a central text, so things are a little more complicated than that, but it was a nice thought.
Anyway, the point I wanted to make was that Hebrew books, at least the ones I've looked at, also have sideways text on the spine printed from top to bottom, which means that when you lay a Hebrew book down with the front cover up, you can easily read the spine text unless you're more comfortable reading it upside down.
The situation is more complicated with Japanese. You can play it according to any of the three major Scrabble dictionaries. An association of memorial and memorialization companies dealing with creating memorials, tombstones, and markers.
I still wonder how they dealt with their Y2K problem. Meaning that the management team buys a controlling stake in the company, not that the company buys out the remainder of the management's contract. Usually by conflicting objectives. A line of laptop computers. Mbps Mega bits per second. Note that the bit rate, or data rate, is not the same as baud rate. Nothing to do with the Fourth of July. Sometimes rather backless, more like a mortgage-backed insecurity. Public transit operator in the greater Boston MA area.
Sort of like a geek code for nonprogrammers, except that it's not especially informative. Every person is categorized willy-nilly according to four binary distinctions: Occasionally appears in personals ads. It's such a speciously plausible and ultimately misguided idea, it's surprising it's not more popular. Here's one of many approximately equally otiose MBTI classifiers on the web. The one by David M. Keirsey seems to be quite popular.
Lording it over your subordinates. Euphemism devised by Tom Peters, an idol of management theorists and other philosophasters. Their first album came out in The derivative of price with respect to quantity, or an equivalent measure the difference quotient of the same functions, or simply the cost of a single additional unit of a discretely countable good or service.
MC Master of Ceremonies. MC Master of Counseling. Curricula are usually more specialized: Continue reading now at the CWR entry or you'll be sorry. MC Member of Congress. That is, a congressman, congresswoman, or congressperson in the cases of male, female, or other congresspeople, resp.
MC is a rather unusual abbreviation, for obvious reasons too tedious to enumerate. Michigan City , Indiana. A city on the southeast shore of Lake Michigan, southwest of Michigan. A principality containing Monte Carlo, and more royal scandals per square meter than London. To understand what this means, see the mo-mo entry. In Indiana, riding an MC with improper headgear is a 4-point violation -- as bad as driving 16 to 25 mph over the speed limit.
MC Motorola Chip prefix. A type of test question in which the test-taker must choose answers from among a finite and usually small set. Some or all of the answers offered are wrong. MCA's were subsidies designed to shelter farmers from exchange-rate movements.
They were especially intended to protect German farmers from being undercut by farmers in EEC countries with weaker currencies than the DM i. MCA's were phased out after some haggling in Nowadays, of course, all Euroland has a common currency, so there are no exchange-rate issues and everyone is happy;- MCA MultiChannel Access. State exams in mathematics and in English and language skills, that a student must pass to be graduated from high school.
Alternate abbreviation for MCoB , q. I've seen both initialisms used on the same announcement. Not to be confused with the Mens Classical Caucus -- the organization dedicated to promoting thoughtfulness within the APA.
This organization is also nonexistent. In nearby Flint, Michigan. A unit of light intensity. The US Census Bureau's concept most closely approximating the civil concept of a township in its most common North American sense. Gaquin and Katherine A. Specifically, it's from the two-page Appendix A. The primary political divisions of most states are termed counties. Minor civil divisions MCDs are the primary governmental or administrative divisions of a county in many states parish in Louisiana. MCDs are variously designated as American Indian reservations, assessment districts, boroughs, charter townships, election districts, election precincts, gores, grants, locations, magisterial districts, parish governing authority districts, plantations, precincts, purchases, road districts, supervisors' districts, towns, and townships.
In other states, incorporated places are part of the MCDs in which they are located dependent places , or the pattern is mixed--some incorporated places are independent of MCDs and others are included within one or more MCDs.
MCD Roman numeral for the number Abbreviation of unit used for gas fuel consumption. A fuel cell FC in which the electrolyte is molten carbonate. McGraw-Hill Apparently offers no more than a gopher site on line. Currently charged with administering Title V of the Social Security Act enacted , which authorized the creation of the Maternal and Child Health Services programs.
Hey, I just translate it; I don't know what it means. Here Internet Explorer is more informative on the status bar than Netscape Navigator.
So I want you to know that I'm not holding Kentucky up for special scorn. In the Boston area there's a school principal who has suspended a dozen of his teachers without pay because they've failed the state English competency tests, but he himself has failed them in a number of tries as of early August What the White House Spokesperson tries to be.
Merged with WorldCom to become MCI Worldcom , a provider of long-distance telephone service, and later internet service. Microwave links made this service cheap, and discounters competed for the business long-lines service. Part of the stated motive for agreeing to the break-up was the perception that increasing competition in long-distance services was draining the profit from ATT's most lucrative business while regulation as a monopoly prevented it from competing in emerging businesses.
Like having a slight buzz on, but with dimmer prospects for recovery. You know, not all of these many Montessori organizations go by an acronym. You don't think I'm going to put a separate entry in for every one, do you?
A crystal lattice; not a clinic specializing in mononucleosis. A Hamiltonian for polaron studies, introduced by T. Tight-binding electron Hamiltonian with local linear coupling to phonon. A package in which bare chips are bonded and interconnected directly on the substrate.
Seems to be the most common of the MC 's. The B-school of the University of Notre Dame. Those Romans must have been real anatomy wizards. See, for example, J. A feature of some optical multichannel analyzers MCA. Allergy to many slightly volatile, usually organic plastic modern blessings. Albany Christian Single Girls shanpic Christian Girls in Albany Pinkangel Albany Christian Single Women lisha.
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