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sorcerer


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  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Sorcerer  \Sor"cer*er\,  n.  [Cf.  F.  sorcier.  See  {Sorcery}.] 
  A  conjurer;  an  enchanter;  a  magician.  --Bacon. 
 
  Pharaoh  also  called  the  wise  men  and  the  sorcerers. 
  --Ex.  vii.  11. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  sorcerer 
  n  :  one  who  practices  magic  or  sorcery  [syn:  {magician},  {wizard}, 
  {necromancer}] 
 
  From  The  Free  On-line  Dictionary  of  Computing  (13  Mar  01)  [foldoc]: 
 
  SORCERER 
 
    A  simple  tree  {parser  generator}  by  Terence  Parr 
  . 
 
  SORCERER  is  suitable  for  translation  problems  lying  between 
  those  solved  by  {code  generator}  generators  and  by  full 
  source-to-source  translator  generators.  SORCERER  generates 
  simple,  flexible,  top-down,  tree  {parser}s  that  in  contrast 
  to  code  generators,  may  execute  actions  at  any  point  during  a 
  tree  walk.  SORCERER  accepts  {extended  BNF}  notation,  allows 
  {predicate}s  to  direct  the  tree  walk  with  {semantic}  and 
  {syntactic}  context  information,  and  does  not  rely  on  any 
  particular  intermediate  form  parser  generator,  or  other 
  pre-existing  application. 
 
  SORCERER  is  included  in  the  {Purdue  Compiler-Construction  Tool 
  Set}. 
 
  Version:  1.00B 
 
  {(ftp://marvin.ecn.purdue.edu/pub/pccts/sorcerer/)} 
 
  E-mail:    ("e-mail  sor.tar.Z.uu"  in  subject). 
 
  Mailing  list:  pccts-users-request@ahpcrc.umn.edu  (message 
  body:  "subscribe  pccts-users  YOUR-NAME",  where  YOUR-NAME  can 
  be  your  name  or  e-mail  address). 
 
  (1994-02-15) 
 
 
 
  From  Easton's  1897  Bible  Dictionary  [easton]: 
 
  Sorcerer 
  from  the  Latin  sortiarius  one  who  casts  lots  or  one  who  tells 
  the  lot  of  others  (See  {DIVINATION}.) 
 
  In  Dan.  2:2  it  is  the  rendering  of  the  Hebrew  mekhashphim 
  i.e.,  mutterers,  men  who  professed  to  have  power  with  evil 
  spirits.  The  practice  of  sorcery  exposed  to  severest  punishment 
  (Mal.  3:5;  Rev.  21:8;  22:15). 
 




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