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Terse

Language for decryption of hardware logic.

["Hardware Logic Simulation by Compilation", C. Hansen, 25th ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conf, 1988].
References in classic literature ?
Be terse in style, vigorous of phrase, apt, concretely apt, in similitude.
According to a terse statement issued by Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President (Media and Publicity) in Abuja on Monday, the meeting will not hold due to the participation of President Muhammadu Buhari and a significant number of ministers at the High-Level Meeting of the International Conference on Lake Chad Basin, at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, for the better part of that day.
Each of these animals and insects is given characterization and a particular voice as narrator, which builds a complex, multifaceted story full of terse language taking readers on a journey from Montreal to New Mexico.
The hospital released a terse statement that said: "We deny that Michael Schumacher has died.
It makes the obvious, but often overlooked, point that when something is expressed as simply as possible, it is often too terse to be easily understood, interpreted, or applied.
If it is autological, it is heterological, just as the autolog "terse" is terse.
In a terse statement Burt, said: "I am deeply concerned about this week's escalation of violence in Gaza and southern Israel".
A terse statement by the FSB did not say when Nesterets was arrested or give any further details.
Commenting on the incident, Greek Orthodox Archbishop Elias Audi said in a terse statement: "God is seeing and the state is constantly vigilant.
JOSE MOURINHO has stoked his feud with the Italian media by issuing a terse statement yesterday ahead of Inter Milan's Serie A clash with Bologna.
MANCHESTER United chief executive David Gill got involved in a terse exchange with a fan during a visit to Birmingham University yesterday as the simmering anger over the Glazer ownership rumbled on.
Of course I was terse, TRYING UNSUCCESSFULLY TO FIND OUT IF MY CONDITION WAS LIFE-THREATENING.