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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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BEIRUT: Lebanon and a number of other countries are failing to comply with international measures governing the diamond trade, a tersely worded report said last week.
And although it's tersely written and titled like a popular-science book, Four Laws is a textbook both in essence and in structure.
The teenager from Rice Lane, Walton, tersely replied: "Only if you're prepared to pay us.
Earlier this week, Clinton's attorney sent a tersely written letter to Evans' lawyer, demanding a public retraction and laying the groundwork for a multi-million dollar lawsuit if an Evans' retraction is not forthcoming.
A short while ago Mr K Sykes of Paddock noted tersely in our letters column that he'd seen a 'flying flea' at the Longwood Sing one year when he was a boy.
In a tersely worded press statement, the company said it was nearing the end of a restructuring process that would be complete by early September.
Sean did some real positive things today,'' Kings coach Andy Murray said, somewhat tersely.
During a Vancouver radio interview, Paul Martin, Canada's Prime Minister, defended his involvement in the legislation of same-sex "marriage" by stating, rather tersely, that "what I've got to do is take the widest perspective possible.
His face is indicated so tersely, or sometimes not at all, that it's hard to be sure.
People in the counties want to keep the city people out of their schools and shopping malls,' explains Carol Jackson tersely, using what another Richmonder later describes as 'Richmond "code" for race'.
Bush responded tersely that he only hoped Brazil would be realistic.
Replying to the message, Szabo tersely told Kodak's sensitivity commissars to stop sending him e-mails that he considered "disgusting and offensive.