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FRL

Frame Representation Language.

MIT.

["The FRL Manual", R. Roberts et al, AI Memo 409, MIT AI Lab, 1977].
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For my part, I have heard the composition at Stettin," said Fraulein Mosebach.
Fraulein Mosebach has left her beautiful little bag behind her on the seat.
Hollis Resnik masterfully takes on the tough-love landlady Fraulein Schneider, who eventually gives way to the romantic overtures of the Jewish fruit merchant Herr Schultz (an
Additionally, you could serve the schnitzels with noodles (following Fraulein Maria's famous advice) or roast potatoes, and perhaps a nice crisp salad.
There are touching moments from Linel Haft and Susan Penhaligon as Fraulein Schneider and Herr Schultz while the excellent Basienka Blake as the chilly whore Fraulein Kost stalks her couple-of-marksa-shot prey with the hawk-like coldness of a true sexual adventuress.
Other highlights of a fun-packed day included Daniel Ham, 26, an electrical engineer from Redcar, winning a bet with his mates that he wouldn't dare dress as a pigtailed fraulein.
A CERTAIN Fraulein named Maria is most likely to feature on our TV screens at Christmas with The Sound Of Music voted Ireland's favourite festive musical.
It brings together Beer and Sausages, what more could a fashion forward fraulein want.
For the Frankfurt Christmas Market will once again dominate Birmingham city centre like an overweight, beer-swilling fraulein.
In what may be her last incarnation in the American Horror Story anthology, Jessica Lange returns in a new role as Elsa Mars, owner of a freak show entitled Fraulein Elsa's Cabinet Of Curiosities.
In what may be her last incarnation in the American Horror Story anthology, Jessica Lange returns in a new role as Elsa Mars, owner of a freak show entitled Fraulein Elsa's Cabinet Lange returns in a new role as Elsa Mars, owner of a freak show entitled Fraulein Elsa's Cabinet Of Curiosities.
Outside the Kit Kat Klub, the songs drop their sharply satiric edge to speak directly to character, most memorably in the bittersweet romance of Herr Schultz, the Jewish fruit merchant played by the wonderful Danny Burstein, and Fraulein Schneider, the elderly rooming-house landlady played by the wonderful Linda Emond.

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