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leap

Music a relatively large melodic interval, esp in a solo part

LEAP

Language for the Expression of Associative Procedures.

ALGOL-based formalism for sets and associative retrieval, for TX-2. Became part of SAIL.

"An ALGOL-based Associative Language", J.A. Feldman et al, CACM 12(8):439-449 (Aug 1969).
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CONTACT: Barbara Rapcha of Leap of Faith Technologies, +1-815-356-1767, brapchak@leapoffaith.
The NIH National Institute on Aging has awarded Leap of Faith Technologies a $969,089 grant to further develop their smartphone-based solution to the medication compliance problem called eMedonline(R) (http://www.
The public made a leap of faith to give the LAUSD and Superintendent Roy Romer another chance because of rising test scores and the district's new, professional facilities division.
Would you rather jump the Leap of Faith or fight Sheffey?
Says Wilson, who has been out since the beginning of his career: "I just took a leap of faith that I could challenge the rules that had been set up and still work.
Claims that planets exist beyond the solar system have always required a leap of faith.
CHARITY fund-raisers will be making a leap of faith this weekend to amass cash for a village church restoration fund.
They must take the same leap of faith their followers made more than a year ago.
When an organization makes that initial decision to abandon manual practices and invest in a surgery management system, they are taking a leap of faith," said Scott L'Heureux, president and COO of Surgical Information Systems.
NCI has awarded Leap of Faith Technologies an $883,593 contract to further develop its drug telemonitoring technology, called eMedonline(R) (http://www.
It was a true leap of faith, but in his heart and with his belief in the Lord, Jerry knew he was making the right decision,'' said Monte Brooks, The Master's baseball coach.
With nothing to go on but a photograph, "we took a leap of faith," Anderson muses.