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coif

(formerly in England) the white cap worn by a serjeant at law

COIF

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Fortran with interactive graphic extensions for circuit design, on UNIVAC 1108.

["An Interactive Software System for Computer-Aided Design: An Application to Circuit Projects", CACM 9(13), Sep 1970].
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Use a spray or gel now, or when you have finished your coif.
Specialising in high-growth technology businesses, NSEI has to date invested pounds 23m in 35 high growth companies through CoIF and more than pounds 10m in 176 "'Proof of Concept" projects, helping turn innovative ideas into viable business propositions.
CoIF, which is funded by the ERDF, has so far invested pounds 20m in 33 of the region's science and technology businesses and has also attracted funding far beyond the boundaries of the North East.
COIF funding is also allowing Comesys to produce non-contact car accelerator pedals' Pure Insight to help the region sharpen its product development credentials, and Wireless Dynamics to design ground-breaking communications software.
with high honors from George Washington University Law School, where he earned the Order of the Coif and was a member of the George Washington Law Review.
The formerly oh-so-blond Jenny says of her brunet coif, ``I'm keeping it for now.
Linscott was elected to the Order of the Coif and Phi Kappa Phi for graduating in the top 10% of his law school class.
Stewart made the point early with a wailing, bluesy solo introduction to ``Missionary Man,'' which Lennox, sporting a short red coif, delivered with ferocious urgency.
Weiss graduated Order of the Coif and first in his class from Case Western University School of Law in 1977 and moved to Israel with his family in 1980, where he is currently based.
Having worked with his father in the movie industry, the pair often went on location to coif the actors.
cum laude from the University of Chicago Law School (1989), where he was Articles Editor of the Law Review, Order of the Coif, and winner of the John M.
Close says she wants to read the script before she decides whether she will again coif herself in Cruella's black and white locks, the trade paper reported.