Amanda


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Amanda

(language)
A functional programming language derived mostly from Miranda with some small changes. Amanda was written by Dick Bruin and implemented on MS-DOS and NeXT. It is available as an interperator only.
References in classic literature ?
Michael's in the sloop Amanda, Captain Edward Dodson.
Three children--John, my older brother, Amanda, my sister, and myself--had a pallet on the dirt floor, or, to be more correct, we slept in and on a bundle of filthy rags laid upon the dirt floor.
The 24-year-old soldier then got down on one knee and proposed - and Amanda quickly agreed.
The court claims Amanda doesn't have the capacity to enter into a binding contract.
The expansion supports Amanda Manufacturing's foray into new products and services, including the growth of the company's consumer-facing brand, Amanda Products, which launched in 2013.
Amanda, who has just graduated from a four-year degree in fashion designer print at London-based Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, is competing against designers from across the globe in the contest to find the best new fashion design talent.
Married Amanda, who has a four-year-old son Jack, weighed in at 21st 7lbs when she started her sponsored slim on February 1.
As Amanda got sick it permeated through our whole family and we all became sick, too.
There is one woman in particular, who she calls Mama, who Amanda became particularly close to.
After two miscarriages, Amanda is keen to help other women who have lost babies.
The existence of a duty owed by McKesson to Amanda was not demonstrated.
Amanda set up a Facebook page called "Nick and Amanda's Special Wedding Day" calling on friends to rally round and call in every possible favour to provide all the things they needed.