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express

Transport a fast train stopping at none or only a few of the intermediate stations between its two termini

Express

(1)
A language supporting concurrency through message passing to named message queues from ParaSoft Corporation

ftp://ftp.parasoft.com/express/docs.

Express

(2)
Data definition language, meant to become an ISO standard for product data representation and exchange. TC 184/SC4 N83, ISO, 1991-05-31. E-mail: <smith@cme.nist.gov>.

Express

(3)
A data modelling language adopted by the ISO working group on STEP.
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The writing style is free of sentimental conclusions and emotional directives, yet HA[yen]kan is a perpetually engaging and sympathetic character, so expressively drawn that bouts of loneliness, heartache, and shame vibrate off the page.
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Don Giovanni's servant, Leporello, is a pitiful fool, expressively sung by Peter Kalman.
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This, perhaps, occurs because the ability to play expressively is often considered a skill which reflects talent and is therefore innate .
Her sultry passion, delivered most expressively with her mellow mezzo, was countered by tenor Richard Troxell's more earnest but lyrically expressed passion and desperation.
He is noted for his use of a dramatic and colourful palette, applying the paint thickly and expressively into forms that pare the Welsh landscape down to its essentials.
Narrated expressively by Michael Capasso - who played Puccini with appealing gusto in the passages before arias, "Passions" offered convincing connections between his many female muses and diverse characters in his operas.
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The music legend said: "What was interesting was writing music that meant something expressively, so you have fear, love, anger and sadness to play with.
Half of the students then received 10 minutes to write expressively about their feelings about the upcoming test (expressive writing group), and the other half was told to sit quietly (control group).