C through caddis fly
High-level procedural computer programming language with many low-level features, including the ability to handle memory addresses and bits.
High-level computer programming language.
Restaurant that serves liquor and offers light musical entertainment.
Leafy garden plant (Brassica oleracea, Capitata group) of European origin, with a short stem and a globular head of usually green leaves.
Distinctive green, white-lined larva, or caterpillar (Trichoplusia ni), of the owlet moth family (Noctuidae).
European cabbage butterfly (Pieris rapae). Its larva is a major economic pest, attacking cabbage and related plants.
Important group of deities, probably of Phrygian origin, worshiped in Asia Minor and in Macedonia and northern and central Greece.
Spanish composer and organist.
Fundamental unit of local government in colonial Latin America.
Body of senior ministers or, in the U.S., advisers to a chief executive, whose members also serve as the heads of government departments.
Modem used to convert analog data signals to digital form and vise versa, for transmission or receipt over cable television lines, especially for connecting to the Internet.
Form of long-span structure that is subject to tension and uses suspension cables for support.
System that distributes television signals by means of coaxial or fibre-optic cables.
U.S. Federalist Party leader.
Italian navigator and explorer.
English navigator, explorer, and cartographer.
Guinean nationalist politician.
Portuguese navigator credited with the discovery of Brazil.
Explorer in the service of Spain and discoverer of California.
Italian-born U.S. missionary, the first U.S. citizen to be canonized by the Roman Catholic church.
Tropical New World tree (Theobroma cacao) of the chocolate family (Sterculiaceae, or Byttneriaceae).
Italian composer and singer.
Temporary computer storage used for quick retrieval of data in order to increase processing speed.
Any of the flowering plants that make up the family Cactaceae, containing about 1,650 species, native through most of North and South America, with the greatest number and variety in Mexico.
In Roman religion, brother and sister fire deities of the early Roman settlement on the Palatine Hill. Virgil described Cacus as the son of Vulcan and as a fire-breathing brigand who terrorized the countryside.
Integration of design and manufacturing into a system under direct control of digital computers.
British businessman and social reformer.
Any member of about 7,000 species of mothlike aquatic insects (order Trichoptera) found worldwide, usually in freshwater habitats but sometimes in brackish and tidal waters.
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