Definitions for "Minion "
Minion is a fast constraint solver. It can solve any problem which can be expressed as a list of variables and a list of constraints, for example, Sudoku. It has been used to solve problems with thousands of variables and constraints.
Minion is a lean, efficient solver for constraint satisfaction problems.
Minion is a solver for constraint satisfaction problems. Unlike constraint programming toolkits, which expect users to write programs in a traditional programming language like C++, Java or Prolog, Minion takes a text file which specifies the problem, and solves using only this. This makes using Minion much simpler, at the cost of much less customisation.
A small kind of type, in size between brevier and nonpareil.
One of AT&T's corporate typefaces. This typeface family should only be used for readability when copy is extensive.
In typography, Minion is the name of a typeface designed by Robert Slimbach in 1990 for Adobe Systems which comes between nonpareil and brevier. It is inspired by late Renaissance-era type.
An obsequious or servile dependent or agent of another; a fawning favorite.
a servile or fawning dependant
Keywords:  servitor, dracula, renfield
a servitor, like Dracula's Renfield
A more powerful version of a normal monster, found in the company of a hero. These creatures have more hitpoints than their non-special counterparts, but impart more experience when vanquished. Beware, however, as certain hero bonuses will extend to its partners in crime
Keywords:  dainty, trim, fine
Fine; trim; dainty.
Keywords:  favourites, term
Minion is a term used for favourites.
An ancient form of ordnance, the caliber of which was about three inches.
Keywords:  vampire, ally, players, controlled, one
A vampire or ally controlled by one of the players.
Keywords:  esteemed, loved, highly, favored, sense
A loved one; one highly esteemed and favored; -- in a good sense.
Keywords:  bore, shot
3.25" bore, 4 lb. shot.
Keywords:  lesser, lord, god, him, relationship
the relationship of a lesser god to the lord(s) who created him
Keywords:  minimum