from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A river of south-central Scotland flowing about 187 km (116 mi) eastward to the Firth of Forth, a wide inlet of the North Sea.
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- proper n. A river in Scotland that flows for about 47 km (29 miles) from The Trossachs through Stirling to the Firth of Forth on the North Sea.
- proper n. A high level (FOuRTH generation) programming language.
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His open-source offerings include Forth language interpreter/compilers for very low resource systems, cache resident systems (FoxForth), and application embedding (123Forth and @Forth for spreadsheet control and function library programming), kinetic and statistical physics (simulated annealing), and support and maintenance for on-board Forth, Java and GCC programming tool chains for smart phone and PDA environments.
Forth is currently in Indonesia for several months, but has a book coming out this fall (assuming Kegan Paul/Routledge keeps on track), Wildman: Images from Flores, Southeast Asia, and Elsewhere.
The tree-lined, sloping course is very similar to Colonial Country Club in Forth Worth, Texas, where Verplank has always played well.
We can at last see the twin Forth bridges around the corner and up the firth.
The Forth is the name of a bay (firth) in Scotland.
Forth from the blazing ruin the children came in hot haste.
"Forth" -- to show the distinguished position their herd has taken.
That Which Calls Forth Light shines with excellent results, but not into the Great Void.
Instead of overawing the country, the appearance of the royal fleet in the Forth was the signal for Leslie's march with 20,000 men to the Border.
May The Forth is a homage to lost youth, to the "hottest kid on the coolest scene", powered by a thunderous four-to-the-floor beat and rippling synth lines, while
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