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Spiderweb

(tool)
A program for creating versions of Knuth's WEB self-documenting programs ("literate programming").

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With their groovy flowers, bats, bees, and spiderwebs (Owens's signatures) layered in the abstract space of neo-geo, Color Field, and pattern p ainting, the works also evince a mod-ish '60s sensibility.
Caption: Remington used a brown Grayboe stock with black spiderweb accents for the AWR, and the epoxy "webbing" provides a non-slip grip and looks good as well.
The mill management system SPIDERweb with six new modules is a groundbreaking step in the use of the "Internet of Things" for optimising the spinning mill.
Use a white fabric marker to decorate with spiderwebs, ghost doodles and other eerie effects.
Draw some spiderweb designs or a costume or decorations.
Also in black was Gwen Stefani in a stunning strapless black Versace Atelier jumpsuit with a structured spiderweb swirl up top.
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These schools interlock with a half-mile radius and we spiderweb them out.
This structure, called the Spiderweb, lies more than ten thousand million light-years away (at a redshift of 2.
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She attended a "Mommy and Me" class at age 3, but when Halloween came and the teacher made her sit on a spiderweb mat, Hawes was scared away from dance for almost four years.