python

  1. large Old World boas
  2. a soothsaying spirit or a person who is possessed by such a spirit
  3. (Greek mythology) dragon killed by Apollo at Delphi

Python

A python is a constricting snake belonging to the Python (genus), or, more generally, any snake in the family Pythonidae (containing the Python genus). ==In ancient Greece== ==In computing== ==In media and entertainment== ==In roller coasters== ==In weaponry== ==In other uses== ...
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[Coney Island, Cincinnati, Ohio] The Python is a D.P.V. Rides designed Zyklon-style steel roller coaster. It operated from 1996 to 1999 at Splash Zone Water Park, but was relocated to Coney Island at the end of the 1999 season. == 2008 incident == On May 26, 2008 the Python slightly derailed at the top of its first drop, leaving its lone pa...
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[n] - a soothsaying spirit or a person who is possessed by such a spirit 2. [n] - (Greek mythology) dragon killed by Apollo at Delphi 3. [n] - large Old World boas
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(In topic `Web Development`) Python is an interactive, high-level, object-oriented language, conducive for RAD. It is often compared with other interpreted languages such as Java, Perl & Smalltalk. Python is often used as a scripting or glue language for joining together large software components.
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Python is a high-level programming language first released by Guido van Rossum in 1991. Python is designed around a philosophy which emphasizes readability and the importance of programmer effort over computer effort. Python core syntax and semantics are minimalist, while the standard library is large and comprehensive.
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In Greek mythology, a female serpent killed by Apollo at Delphi. The legend probably refers to an earlier oracle at Delphi, superseded by that of Apollo. ...
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Py'thon noun [ New Latin , from Latin Python the serpent slain near Delphi by Apollo, Greek ....] 1. (Zoology) Any species of very large snakes of the genus Python , and allied genera, of the family Pythonidæ . They are nearly allied to the boas. Called also rock...
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1. <zoology> Any species of very large snakes of the genus Python, and allied genera, of the family Pythonidae. They are nearly allied to the boas. Called also rock snake. ... The pythons have small pelvic bones, or anal spurs, two rows of subcaudal scales, and pitted labials. They are found in Africa, Asia, and the East Indies. ... 2. A divi...
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python

noun large Old World boas
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Python

• (n.) A diviner by spirits. • (n.) Any species of very large snakes of the genus Python, and allied genera, of the family Pythonidae. They are nearly allied to the boas. Called also rock snake.
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in Greek mythology, a huge serpent that was killed by the god Apollo at Delphi either because it would not let him found his oracle, being accustomed ...
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any of about 28 species of nonvenomous snakes, all but one of which are found in the Old World tropics and subtropics. Most are large, with the ... [1 related articles]
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Python, in Greek mythology, a huge serpent. In some myths the infant Apollo slew Python at the oracle of Gaea in Delphi; in others Apollo killed the serpent in order to claim the oracle for himself. The Pythian games celebrated the victory of Apollo over Python.
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python (pī'thon) , name for nonvenomous constrictor snakes of the boa family, found in the tropical regions of Africa, Asia, Australia, and the S Pacific islands. Pythons climb and swim expertly. They kill the birds and mammals on which they feed by squeezing them in their coils. Unlike bo...
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Any constricting snake of the Old World subfamily Pythoninae of the family Boidae, which also includes boas and the anaconda. Pythons are found in the tropics of Africa, Asia, and Australia. Unlike boas, they lay eggs rather than produce living young. Some species are small, but the reticulated python Python reticulatus of Southe...
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— A sophisticated computer language that is commonly used for Internet applications. Designed to be a very readable language, it is named after Monty Python. It first appeared in 1991 and was originally created by Guido van Rossum, a Dutch computer programmer who now works at Google. Python files generally end in .py. (Courtesy of Hacks/Hack...
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[Monty] Python (Monty) Pictures Limited is composed of the five surviving members of the main Monty Python team, who now serve as the directors. Python (Monty) Pictures which was incorporated in 1973 and now manages ongoing activities resulting from their previous work together. In the accounts return, the company describes its activities a...
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[Efteling] Python is a double-loop Corkscrew roller coaster in the Efteling amusement park in the Netherlands. When it started operation, it was the largest steel roller coaster on the European mainland. It is the first Vekoma roller coaster in the world. ==History and details== With Python, Efteling started the implementation of a new stra...
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[genus] Python, from the Greek word (πύθων/πύθωνας), is a genus of nonvenomous pythons found in Africa and Asia. Currently, 12 species are recognised. A member of this genus, P. reticulatus, is among the longest snake species and extant reptiles in the world. ==Geographic range== Found in Africa in the tropics south of the Sahar...
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[nuclear primary] According to researcher Chuck Hansen, the W34 Python was a gas-boosted fission primary used in several designs of American thermonuclear weapons. Primary is the technical term for the fission bomb trigger of a thermonuclear or fusion bomb, which is used to compress, heat and ignite the fusion fuel in the thermonuclear seco...
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[missile] The Rafael Python is a family of air-to-air missiles (AAMs) built by the Israeli weapons manufacturer Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, formerly RAFAEL Armament Development Authority. Originally starting with the Shafrir (שפריר, loosely translated as Dragonfly, a male form of inflection for Damselfly (שפרירית)) series, ...
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[mythology] In Greek mythology, Python (Πύθων, gen.: Πύθωνος) was the earth-dragon of Delphi, always represented in Greek sculpture and vase-paintings as a serpent. He presided at the Delphic oracle, which existed in the cult center for his mother, Gaia, `Earth,` Pytho being the place name that was substituted for the earlier Kr...
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[programming language] Python is a widely used general-purpose, high-level programming language. Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability, and its syntax allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code than would be possible in languages such as C. The language provides constructs intended to enable clear programs on ...
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is an interpreted, object-oriented programming language similar to Perl, that has gained popularity because of its clear syntax and readability.
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