from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The symbol ∇ used to denote the gradient operator.
- n. a part, portion
- abbr. delegate
- abbr. delegation
- abbr. delete
- abbr. delineavit
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Share; portion; part.
- n. a differential operator which, operating on a function of several variables, gives the sum of the partial derivatives of the function with respect to the three orthogonal spatial coordinates; -- also called the gradient or grad. It is represented by an inverted Greek capital delta (∇), and is thus because of its shape also called nabla, meaning harp in Hebrew.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of deal.
- n. Same as angiliwood.
- n. An abbreviation of the Latin delineavit, (he) drew it, placed after an artist's name on a picture.
- n. A simplified spelling of dell.
- n. An abbreviation of Delaware;
- n. [lowercase] of delegate.
Terra del _Fuego_ means literally the land of fire (_del_, of).
On the 13th of November, Ire returned to the caftward in fearch of the idand of Bohio; but the wind blowing hard at north, he was obliged to coitie to an anchor again, among fome high lands near a large harbour, which he called del Principe; the fea in the neighbourhood of this port, being co - vered with idands that lay fo clofe together, that the G 3 greatett
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En esta postura las expresiones pictricas callejeras criminal la imagen de la Virgen son prcticas rituales que contribuyen the la reproduccin del orden estructurado socialmente desde la iglesia catlica, el poder poltico, y los medios masivos de comunicacin.
Many of the homeowners in these communities who found themselves in over their heads as the interest rate on their loans rose had low to moderate incomes, and others were people not fluent in English, del Rio said.
Much of the ceremony was to be held outdoors, on a specially constructed pavilion in front of Notre-Dame, called a del-royal, hung with blue cypress silk embroidered with gold fleurs de lys and emblazoned with the arms of Scotland.
Among the famous churches of Florence are the following: Santa Maria del Fiore, otherwise the Duomo or cathedral, begun in 1296 by Arnolfo del Cambio, consecrated in 1436 by Eugene IV, and called del Fiore (of the flower), either in reference to the name of the city or to the municipal arms, a red lily on a white ground.
Thus the name Boyes or Boyce may spring from a man of pure English descent who happened to be described as del boil instead of atte wood, just as Capron (Chapter XXI) means Hood.
The Museum within the University, and opposite the palace, in the plaza called del Volador, contains many rare and valuable works, many curious