[ US /ˈɹɪsk/ ]
  1. (computer science) a kind of computer architecture that has a relatively small set of computer instructions that it can perform
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  • No, you plockit, no; and I will write your mother word you have proke Priscian's head four times this tay, since her letter came. Tales and Novels — Volume 04
  • On the other hand, we had the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Bild, Süddeutsche Zeitung as well as the Austrian Der Standard and the Neue Zürisches Zeitung covering the story in detail from a very different angle. Who is to run our foreign policy?
  • What else did Von Frisch notice about the wagging dance?
  • APPLETON (Nov 4): Richard Lloyd Linscott was born Oct. 28, 2008, at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta to Lloyd and Beth Linscott of Appleton. Knox
  • Leo and his friends also took the spinthariscope to an out-of-town astronomers convention and advertised that they had developed an optical system that could penetrate clouds.
  • Here the mufti, or jurisconsult, appears to play a role remarkably similar to that of the roman jurist or contemporary European law professor (in providing Gutachten or opinions to courts).
  • So, who's laughing now, tovarisch? Times, Sunday Times
  • Crookes, a toy called the spinthariscope, on which radium particles impinge upon sulphide of zinc and make it luminous, induced him to associate the two sets of phenomena. The World Set Free
  • These include aquamarine, chrome diopside, diamond, jade, labradorite, forsterite, opal, pyrope, variscite, and many unique agates and jaspers.
  • Beside us, a Forward Air Controller uses a powerful periscope to pinpoint enemy targets over the sandbagged rim of the observation post.
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