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CRISP

(1)
A Lisp-like language and compiler for the IBM 370 written by Jeff Barnett of SDC, Santa Monica, CA, USA in the early 1970s. It generalised Lisp's two-part cons nodes to n-part nodes.

crisp

(2)
(Or "discrete") The opposite of "fuzzy".
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The early morning brings out men in their business attire, including suit jacket, crisply ironed shirt, tie, knee-high socks, dress shoes, and Bermuda shorts.
Although the prose is easy, the images are crisply evoked.
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An amusing send-up of stereotypes that also affirms a few along the way, Straight In the Face is a crisply paced, witty entertainment.
Effective proposals stole relevant benefits strongly in the Executive Summary and back them up crisply in the detail sections.
During the first half Rooney raced to the byline to clip in a cross which Steven Schumacher headed back for Craig Garside to crisply finish.
Boswell writes crisply and lucidly; there is, for example, a succinct, compelling critique of the Le Bras and Todd argument for the relationship of family structures to voting patterns, and a fine discussion of similar rural communism in Italy and Finland.
He remarked crisply that the proper term was "shottist.