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Terse

Language for decryption of hardware logic.

["Hardware Logic Simulation by Compilation", C. Hansen, 25th ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conf, 1988].
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As Siegfried suggests, Equation (6) might be much easier to understand than Equation (1) because it is much less terse than Equation (1).
When Ferguson was then asked whether he felt some journalists hoped Rooney would get banned, his terse reply came quickly.
But Mourinho, who will be working with Grant at the club's Los Angeles training base, yesterday made it clear in terse tones that he does not want any threat to his control as manager.
William Forrester, 21, was told ODonOt bother coming back inO in a terse, five-word text from boss Val Livingstone.
The potent effect of the language owes much to strategic layout: terse crisp phrases occupy only half of the pages in the text.
Though a statement that's terse doesn't necessarily work for every business, your mission statement should be no longer than a few concise but informative sentences.
The commentary is learned and terse, yet informative.
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Tacitus' terse style, which promotes ambiguity, invites readers to fill in the gaps and participate in a dialogue with the author, just as Montaigne seeks to engage his readers in dialogue and stimulate critical reflection.
Also, some answers are quite long and involved, while others are quite terse.
The terse yet unsteady demeanor, the puffy discolored glare, the quivering lines of fever and chills, only highlight the despair and isolation of the "grippe" patient, the oppression, the weakness, the malaise, the lack of air, the stupor, the hopelessness.
British text lays out in stark, terse fashion the argument that Saddam stands in "material breach" of Security Council Resolution 1441, approved unanimously Nov.