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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].
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I was able quite facilely to visualize in this book what researchers had failed to teach me through their patient explanations.
He thus manages to maintain the reader's attention and connect seemingly disparate themes, though he unfortunately fails to plumb the depths of Benedict's thought and often lumps him together too facilely with John Paul II.
However, de Boer's Rolnik does not represent some far-flung but nonetheless intriguing counterhistory separate from our contemporary reality; it is exactly this vexing connection between aesthetics and politics--so problematically posited today, whether by those who deny art all social relevance or by others who facilely seek to render art politically operational--that remains as pressing as ever.
123) The racial effects should not be facilely cast aside.
Moreover, the individual and collective ethical necessity of remembering past horrors is facilely pushed aside by Rosa's assertion that one need only to forget and it is as if it never happened.
50) As for the overwhelming use of metaphors in language, I am not sure of the estimate the reviewer so facilely gives, but I cannot agree that I "flippantly reject some 80% of language as "intuitive associations".
Globalization establishes a world without borders, one which does not facilely accept the modern dogma of territoriality, much less of extraterritorial jurisdictions, so frequent in the nineteenth century (in China, Turkey, Japan) and contrary to the principle of reciprocity.
This could be due to the fact that firstly O = P--O groups introduced by DEP are chemically less stable upon heating; second, the presence P-containing groups weakens the intermolecular forces in the networks and facilely brings about the free radical chain degradation under high temperature; third, the phosphoric acid formed from O = P--O groups during degradation could cause dehydration in polymers networks and promote the thermal degradation.
Could it be then, once more, that accusations of passivity have been too facilely attributed to a type of engagement that may be just as existentially vital, but because it is one lodged in a more epistemically oral environs, it has sometimes been misread by (literate) scholars as signaling a lack of engagement or a resistance to "doing" something?
The proprietor was surprised at how facilely the be suited out-of-towner handled the weapon and operated the action.
See Carstens, supra note 26, at 656 ("The delegation of trial tasks to a Special Master, followed by review by the Supreme Court, allows the Court to operate facilely in the manner in which it is most accustomed-that of an appellate court scrutinizing the facts and conclusions of an inferior actor or body.
Wood, a twenty-two-year-old Oregonian serving with the First Division, used a letter to his mother to voice his disdain for hometown agencies, "Podunk Relief Societ[ies]," in his words--that facilely demonstrated "great patriotism by giving a chicken dinner.