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GRAAL

("Grail") General Recursive Applicative and Algorithmic Language. FP with polyadic combinators. "Graal: A Functional Programming System with Uncurryfied Combinators and its Reduction Machine", P. Bellot in ESOP 86, G. Goos ed, LNCS 213, Springer 1986.
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Interestingly, Williams uses similar language in his previous novel when describing Prester John and the Graal as "[.
But the clear-sighted poet has notably altered his source to remove that objection, by dressing the knights in the forest not in full armour (as Chretien's Conte du Graal has it) but in `riche robis' (line 265).
3) Shortly after its composition, the Vulgate Lancelot--Grail Cycle, of which the Vulgate Queste forms the fourth branch, was rewritten by a writer whose work is now known as the Post-Vulgate Roman du Graal.
His insistence on the `sublime et austere Graal cistercien' tidies away the `nourishing Grail' which figures early in the Queste and which links it to Chretien's Grail procession.
Sur ces jeunes militants, Alain Colignon, << Les Jeunes Gardes Socialistes ou la quete du Graal revolutionnaire, 1930-1935 >>, Cahiers d'histoire du temps present, no.
This strategy prepares the way for the climax in which Connors undergoes a purgatorial process designed to help him discover "the full privileges of a worthy man," rather like the protagonist of the medieval romance Conte du Graal.
A great success was the concluding Graal theatre, a violin concerto by the Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho.
45pm) there's a family event with stories, riddles, songs and games from Coventry-born storyteller Kevin Graal at Broad Horizons Community Centre in Foleshill.
The launch included a high energy story telling session delivered by Kevin Graal.
After this auspicious opening, the book unravels into a fantastic tale of the Holy Graal, black magic, and devil worship.