Definitions for "Merlin "
A small European falcon (Falco columbarius, syn. Falco lithofalco, or Falco æsalon). In North America called also pigeon hawk.
small falcon of Europe and America having dark plumage with black-barred tail; used in falconry
a small (pigeon sized) falcon
Character invented by Geoffrey of Monmouth evolving from Aurelius Ambrosius and becoming a major figure in the later Romances.
Sarah's pet sheepdog. Looks like an identical twin to Ambrosius.
(Arthurian legend) the magician who acted as King Arthur's advisor
Mail Evaluation Readability Lookup Instrument. A new tool used by the US Postal Service that verifies against the standards set in the Domestic Mail Manual for proper postage discounts, proper sorting, proper barcodes and proper piece counts
( ailing valuation, eadability, and ookup IN strument) is a machine that verifies mail against standards set in the Domestic Mail Manual (See Also) for proper postage discounts, sorting, barcodes, and piece counts.
Acronym that stands for "Mail Evaluation Readability Lookup Instrument," which means that the USPS uses new technology to check address accuracy for mailers seeking postal discounts for automation.
a soul who can consistently move and form spiritual elements for the greater good
Multi-Element Radio-Linked Interferometer, a dedicated network of radio telescopes in the United Kingdom for long-baseline interferometry. While there are fewer elements than the VLA so the level of detail is typically smaller, its resolution is substantially greater than that of the VLA because of the long baselines; it has been used to bridge the gap between Westerbork or VLA measurements and maps using intercontinental baselines.
The Multi-Element Radio Linked Interferometer Network (MERLIN) is an array of radio telescopes spread across Britain. The array is run from Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire by the University of Manchester on behalf of PPARC as a National Facility.
Keywords:  logue, neruda, beckett, sartre, pablo
Merlin was the name of an avant-garde literary magazine, which published, amongst others, the work of Samuel Beckett, Henry Miller, Christopher Logue, Pablo Neruda and Jean-Paul Sartre.
Merlin Metalworks is a manufacturer of bicycles founded by Gwyn Jones, Gary Helfrich, and Mike Augspurger in Cambridge, MA in 1986. Since 1987 the company has had a strong relationship with Tom Kellogg who helped them design their first 3/2.5 titanium road bicycle frame.
Merlin (also called Neurofibromin 2 or schwannomin) is a cytoskeletal protein. In humans, it is a tumor suppressor protein involved in Neurofibromatosis type II. Sequence data reveal its similarity to the ERM protein family proteins.
Keywords:  druids, priestly, office
A priestly office of the Druids.
Keywords:  seeda, esf, mentoring, england, east
The Merlin mentoring project is co-financed by the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) and the European Social Fund (ESF).
Medical Emergancy Relief International
Merlin (an acronym for '"Medical Emergency Relief, International"') is the only specialist UK charity which responds worldwide with vital health care and medical relief for vulnerable people caught up in natural disasters, conflict, disease and health system collapse.
herbicide; active ingredient: isoxaflutole; main application: corn
Keywords:  dea, intelligence, database
DEA's Intelligence Database
Keywords:  glasgow, 'catalogue, gateway, easy, pcs
The Library’s customised electronic gateway giving easy access to the available electronic resources important for study and research at Glasgow. Available on all of the PCs in the Library (other than a few which are 'Catalogue only').
A part of a parapet used to provide cover for a battery of artillery.
A Rolls-Royce model engine used extensively in unlimiteds.
Merlin is an integrated MySQL development and administrative environment for Red Hat Linux
An information management system in use across the Metropolitan Police Service.
Keywords:  ibm, warp, internal, code, name
The IBM internal code name for OS/2 Warp 4.
an artificial vagina used for penetration.