Iso (automobile)For the Iso-Malboro Formula One cars, see Frank Williams Racing Cars.
Iso was an automobile and motorcycle maker, the product of Iso Autoveicoli S.p.A of Italy. The company was predominantly active from the late 1940s through the early 1970s. Iso are known for the iconic Isetta bubble car of the 1950s, and for a number of powerful performance cars in the 1960s and early 1970s.
ISO is the International Organization for Standardization.
- List of International Organization for Standardization standards, a list of ISO standards
ISO or Iso may also refer to:
Iso was a chain of Danish supermarkets which was incorporated into the SuperBest chain in 2007. In 2007 the chain owned 12 stores in Copenhagen and Northern Zealand.
Iso is a 1994 album by Ismaël Lô. The album was met with critical acclaim in France, and Lo toured Africa the following year in support of the release. The album contains soft guitar melodies, and traditional Senegalese mbalax.
Iso is a genus of surf sardines (Notocheiridae'). Classification in the family Isonidae, distinct from Notocheirus, has also been used. It contains five species to date, the first of which was described in 1895.
n. (context American football English) An isolation play in which the fullback leads the tailback into the opposing defensive line
Usage examples of "iso".
The abbot sailed out with a fine stern expression on his face and his guests quite red with consternation behind him, but Iso kept pulling on him and his quiet pleading dragged Alain out of his distraction.
He let Iso lead him out of the church and, with the hounds following, to the stables.
Alain knew it because now and again Iso brushed at the lower side of his right jaw as though to chase away a fly, and a tear moistened his right eye, slipping down to be replaced by another.
It would be hard for Iso to keep silent about the guivre, but who would believe him?
Like Iso, he was a cripple with a withered arm that, once broken, never set right.
Yet for all the pain Iso lived with, and maybe because of it, he hated to see animals suffer.
Sighing, he turned away from the forest and walked back to the dormitories with Iso hobbling, gasping and whispering, at his side.
He walked into the dormitory to find Iso facedown on the coarse hemp-cloth cot, trying to stifle his sobs.
As Iso calmed, Alain became aware of many listening ears, those of the other day laborers, poor men, some crippled, some slow of wit, some merely down on their luck or seeking the assurance of a meal every day, who served the monastery with labor day in and day out, although few of these men would ever be allowed to take the vows of a monk.
I can then access a large amount of data and store it down to iso chips.
Geordi laughed out loud, though without taking his eyes off the spot on the floor from which the iso chip had vanished.
Derek sharply in the eye - Iso much of the satisfaction is in the doing.