SPLINTER


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SPLINTER

A PL/I interpreter with debugging features.

[Sammet 1969, p.600].

What does it mean when you dream about a splinter?

If we get a splinter in a dream, it can represent something that has caused us minor pain or irritation. Splinter is also a slang term relating to male sexuality. Additionally, splinter can embody the sense of separating, as in the expression “splinter group.”

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During the grading, once they got below significant surface layers there was a small splinter that protruded into the property,'' Lee said.
We are especially proud to name Patrick Splinter as the 2006 Axcelis Fellow," said Mary Puma, chairman and CEO of Axcelis.
Results of a post-mortem examination on James Mansell found the haemorrhage was caused by the three-inch long splinter.
The next single scheduled to be released from Splinter will be "(Can't Get My) Head Around You," which will put to the test singer Dexter Holland's long-standing superstition that the single the band releases with song titles in parentheses are their most successful.
We appreciate Nancy's leadership and her many important contributions during her 21-year career with Applied," Splinter said.
Mr Raffe was the creative driving force behind a vivid interactive animation produced by Splinter to aid Liverpool Education Authority in teaching Key Stage 2 children in an ICT environment.
AnarkDigital and the Anark Studio technology enabled the game publisher to truly reflect the cutting edge, stylistic Splinter Cell brand and pique gamer interest pre-launch.
We believe that Applied Materials is the right company, at the right time, with the right technologies to lead the next wave of solar industry growth," continued Splinter.
I found getting a job that I was happy with really hard, then I spoke to a friend who advised me that Splinter were looking for someone with good Quark Xpress skills and a background in print.
Splinter bring will be a tremendous advantage to the Board," said John Dorman, chairman and CEO of Digital Insight.
On July 10, an imminent bombing in London was foiled in a joint British-Irish operation against IRA splinter groups.