ml: What made me understand how much you loved John Lennon was how much you backed that project.
His team routed the British and hence, at the Patiala Peg, drinks are served in 75 ml glasses, compared to the standard 60 ml.
ml: Well, you guys really ran with that on a much bigger scale and turned it into an art form.
ml: I think it was really savvy to have had the film made by a female director.
The solution we were using in these tests was .25 grams of diphenylbenzidine to 100 ml.
As sauer un' bitter ds Gewin, ws kummt vun Niedergeschlgene, is' a ml gewesen, wet uch big sein.
He thinks that a Greek could not pronounce such a combination of sounds as “ml” (μλ), but would pronounce it as “l” (λ).
On the eighth day after the last injection of each series, 10 ml.
What of Kfiristn lies nearest to Al-shang, is ml out of which its torrent issues.
Mahl-stick, ml′-stik, n. a tapering staff used by painters as a rest for the right hand.
|ml or mL |
Abbreviation of milliliter
2. Meta Language. R. Milner
It began as the metalanguage for the Edinburgh LCF proof assistant. (LCF="Logic for Computable Functions") People soon noticed that ML could be a useful general programming language and stand-alone versions were implemented. Standard ML (SML) is a descendant of these (and related languages such as Hope).
The "metalanguage" aspect has long since disappeared from the language itself (although there are some systems that still use it that way). The historical name is now so inappropriate that asking what ML stands for is like asking what C or Unix stands for. It doesn't stand for anything; it just is.
LCF ML was implemented in Stanford LISP. Cardelli (1981) implemented ML in Pascal using the Functional Abstract Machine (FAM). It has been significantly redesigned to produce Standard ML and Lazy ML.
["A Metalanguage for Interactive Proof in LCF", M.J.C. Gordon et al, 5th POPL, ACM 1978].
The country code for Mali.