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Facile

(language)
A concurrent extension of ML from ECRC.

http://ecrc.de/facile/facile_home.html.

["Facile: A Symmetric Integration of Concurrent and Functional Programming", A. Giacalone et al, Intl J Parallel Prog 18(2):121-160, Apr 1989].
References in classic literature ?
When you penetrate but a little way, it is facile ground.
On facile ground, I would see that there is close connection between all parts of my army.
Morris' shorter poems are strikingly dramatic and picturesque, and his longer narrations are remarkably facile and often highly pleasing.
Tudor had always been a wanderer, and with facile wit and quick vivid description he leaped from episode and place to episode and place, relating his experiences seemingly not because they were his, but for the sake of their bizarreness and uniqueness, for the unusual incident or the laughable situation.
Before his facile perils and ready laugh, life was no longer an affair of serious effort and restraint, but a toy, to be played with and turned topsy-turvy, carelessly to be lived and pleasured in, and carelessly to be flung aside.
There is no other way of accounting for their facile docility.
It is one of my faults, that though my tongue is sometimes prompt enough at an answer, there are times when it sadly fails me in framing an excuse; and always the lapse occurs at some crisis, when a facile word or plausible pretext is specially wanted to get me out of painful embarrassment.
He invented a facile excuse, and having taken the vacant seat next to her, looked round to see who was there.
Then uprose smooth-tongued Nestor, the facile speaker of the Pylians, and the words fell from his lips sweeter than honey.
Cela n'a pas ete facile compte tenu des nombreux problemes auxquels nous avions eu affaire durant cette aventure continentale, comme les absences repetees au sein de l'effectif.
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However, it's hard to imagine the challenges faced in this programme - such as carrying live snakes in the mouth - being quite so beneficial for any purpose other than pure, facile entertainment.