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FLUB

(language)
The abstract machine for bootstrapping STAGE2.

[Mentioned in Machine Oriented Higher Level Languages, W. van der Poel, N-H 1974, p. 271].
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Other nostalgic but still fun flubs include a now nameless newscaster's hapless report: Beautiful Raquel Welch won two awards last week from movie theater owners.
But even with flubs, this bloody, loving and mad evening is one to savor.
Now, British researchers are exploiting the attention-getting effect of musical flubs to highlight errors, or bugs, in computer programs.
This performance by the choral ensemble Ars Cantica and Ensemble Musica Rara, under the baton of Arnold Bosman, was recorded live in 1999 and suffers just a bit from its live context--there are several noticeable flubs on the orchestra's part, and the overall recorded sound could be a bit better defined.
Oldham's voice is as captivating as a snake handler, spooky and inexplicable as life itself, displaying riches usually considered embarrassing: flubs, tentative approaches, and mossy exhalations of breath - elements of Palace music because elemental to the everyday.
There are also some minor flubs, but to emphasize, these miscues "would be contemptible," to paraphrase Du Bois.
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Moving beyond business headlines, such as Martha Stewart's troubles, SEC chairman Harvey Pitt's resignation and Rosie O'Donnell's magazine woes, the special report also highlights lesser-known but equally remarkable business flubs from a variety of sources.
The actress continued to make a few more flubs onstage before eventually getting through it.