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HELP

(language, robotics)
DEA. A Language for industrial robots.

HELP

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(Help Est un Lisp Paresseux - Help Is a Lazy Lisp). A lazy version of Scheme with strictness annotations, by Thomas Schiex <schiex@europe.cert.fr>.

help

On-screen instruction regarding the use of a program. There is always a Help menu in today's operating systems and applications. On Windows PCs, pressing F1 is the de facto standard for getting help. See context sensitive help.
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She also helpfully explained to the "newcomers"--that is, once again, those residing in the U.
Nature abhors a vacuum and the Smithsons helpfully expanded to fill it.
Prompted by a student 's request for help with a "cold fusion" project, Kowalski responded helpfully by surveying the published and internet information on the topic, and then posting an ongoing series of "commentaries" (which now number more than 240)at http://blake.
SIR - Your article 'Experts warn of Welsh mumps epidemic' (May 13) helpfully explained the importance of the MMR vaccine at a time when we are seeing the incidence of mumps escalate.
While some questions of interpretation and application remain, the new rules helpfully clarify how and when Circular 230 applies to TEI members and other in-house practitioners.
Page's book is so rich in its focus on spiritual practices as embedded in the teachings of Jesus, and because the reflection questions are so challenging, I would see this book used most helpfully with a prayer group or other small group--preferably with a facilitator.
Barrie helpfully finished the segment with the box-office telephone number.
John Kerrigan's foreword on "Where is Willy Maley coming from" will thrill cultists of personality, but it also helpfully situates "the new British history.
While instant messages and e-mail may helpfully supplement face-to-face discussion, experts warn that it should not be relied on as the principal means of communication.
The words of an influential Council on Foreign Relations paper on public diplomacy are helpfully blunt.
Plants need carbon dioxide to produce oxygen," DeFore added helpfully.