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Scala

(SCAlable LAnguage) A Java-like programming language that compiles into bytecode and runs in a Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Developed by Martin Odersky at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and released in 2003, Scala also runs on the Android OS. Scala incorporates functional programming, whereby code is written in expressions.
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La Scala also features veal and chicken parmigiana and Marsala ($16 and $14).
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Scala then recounts his personal reflections to the beginning of tea's recorded history.
The key figure in the rebirth of La Scala is Stefan Lissner, the artistic director who was appointed to succeed Muti.
It is now between Scala and ex-Derby County boss George Burley for the Tynecastle hot seat.
Parma legend Scala is keen to succeed Robertson at the helm but has told the Gorgie board he would need time to adjust to life in the capital and would not be prepared to take up the vacancy until later in the season.
It was reported Scala, 58, would meet representatives from the Tynecastle club next weekend.
Epicor Software Corp is paying $87m for Scala Business Solutions NV in a move that it says will create the world's 11th largest ERP vendor with combined annual revenue of $250m and a 20,000-strong mid-market customer base.
ERP software provider Scala Business Solutions has integrated its iScala Collaborative ERP system with Microsoft Office 2003.
Scala Business Solutions and ea consulting have signed a partnership agreement to further penetrate the Chinese market for Collaborative ERP software.
7,8] They found that perfusion of air into the scala tympani resulted in a drastic decrease in the cochlear microphonics and in the amplitude of the compound action potential.