CAJOLE

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CAJOLE

(language)
(Chris And John's Own LanguagE) A dataflow language developed by Chris Hankin <clh@doc.ic.ac.uk> and John Sharp at Westfield College.

["The Data Flow Programming Language CAJOLE: An Informal Introduction", C.L. Hankin et al, SIGPLAN Notices 16(7):35-44 (Jul 1981)].
References in classic literature ?
If I had not cajoled those three deputies they might have wanted La Billardiere's place themselves; whereas, now that I have invited them here, they will be ashamed to do so and will become our supporters instead of rivals.
Then he cajoled with his brother, and persuaded him what service he had done him, and how he had brought his mother to consent, which, though true, was not indeed done to serve him, but to serve himself; but thus diligently did he cheat him, and had the thanks of a faithful friend for shifting off his whore into his brother's arms for a wife.
Armenia's banking relationship with Iran, authorized, pushed prodded and cajoled by Russia is new and concerning.
Witness Carl Backland, 50, said: "They let her finish the yoga session and then sort of gently cajoled her into coming down.
The unnamed dad-of-two, 40, was cajoled into taking part in a contest in the Dominican Republic, heard Northampton county court.
In the end, it was a truly wonderful display of horsemanship from McNamara as he pushed and cajoled Rith Dubh home to win by a neck.
In tones ranging from softly directive to a parade ground bark, they instructed, cajoled, coaxed, and demanded the undivided attention of the program's 35 dancers.
Wright was superb as he cajoled and coerced these kids into doing something about their weight before it was too late, despite the hurdles and dreary excuses put up by parents who themselves were nothing more than cholesterol on legs.
I have cajoled and convinced relatives to assist me in this quest by swabbing the inside of their cheeks in furtherance of the family good.
Although he retired as a Masters competitor last year, the 66-year-old six-time champion was cajoled into participating in the eve-of-tournament par-three event, and scored a one-under-par 26, three shots behind early leader Ben Crane.
The first test came as Garcetti cajoled members - who generally sat quietly listening to presentations by the public and colleagues - to wrap up their speeches within the time limits as the council tackled a weighty, 82-item agenda.