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imp

a small demon or devil; mischievous sprite

Imp

of the Perverse perversity as motive for men’s actions. [Am. Lit.: “Imp of the Perverse” in Hart, 402]

IMP

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IMP

(language)
An extensible dialect of ALGOL 60, for CDC 1604.

["Experience with an Extensible Language", Edgar T. Irons, CACM 13(1):31-39, Jan 1970].

IMP

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IMP

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IMP

(networking)

IMP

(Interface Message Processor) The first router used in the ARPAnet. It was a Honeywell 516 minicomputer with special interfaces and software written by BBN.
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In reality, a big advantage that IMPS has over other modes of payment is the ability to get money on one's bank account without sharing the account number with anyone, making it invariably safer and more secure to receive money.
Alistair Moffat, who made the final choice on which images would mark Scotland's watershed moments, said: "It just seemed to me that the Hillman Imp, made in Linwood, more than anything, was Scotland's car.
We have programs in place without actual or logical IMPs and with unrealistic schedules.
The Imps had taken the lead in the 56th minute through striker Marcus Richardson.
With a backup and restore IMP and directory viewer functionality, the PFS catalog drive-letter access allows access to all removable media used in the system, including tape drives.
IN a labour of love, staff at the Phoenix Car Company have stripped down and totally restored an old Hillman Imp that used to sit in the company's head office.
They have cars coming in from all over the world for repair and are always on the lookout for spare parts to help keep Imps on the road.
With surprisingly good handling and performance, the single-seater Imps soon won over most of the officers who drove them, and were nicknamed Pinky and Perky.