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LIMP

["Messages in Typed Languages", J. Hunt et al, SIGPLAN Notices 14(1):27-45 (Jan 1979)].
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Limp said Amazon would be willing to work alongside partners like Apple or Google to ensure their competing virtual assistants would be compatible.
Musculoskeletal: There is a twomonth history of right leg limp with intermittent pain.
By going limp, I mean he reverted back to his ordinary self.
When we supported Limp Bizkit here, I think their fans were angry they had to watch a band who weren't Limp Bizkit.
With respect to the Indian market for books, Limp said that Amazon was still trying to understand it and looking for important categories of books to target.
Assess for fever, elevated sedimentation rate, elevated C-reactive protein, and leukocytosis when radiographs are unrevealing or when a patient has systemic symptoms associated with limp.
The etiology of a child's limp can range from simple and benign to a serious condition.
It's a contradiction, as the boys serve Wales and their Welsh supporters, not an English prince, and I am sure that they would rather have the "four rampant lions" of Owain Glyndw r next to their hearts than three limp ostrich feathers.
13 (ANI): Liverpool defender Philipp Degen may have scored on his return from injury last night, but had to limp off with a groin strain.
The embankment, white flag limp, ignored by the Yanks.
When she holds her limp umbrella next to the limp dress.