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ZEST

An object-oriented extension of Z.

["Object Orientation in Z", S. Stepney et al eds, Springer 1992].
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So what is it that the deeply harried and distressed citizen should watch the dramas that the loud-mouthed protagonists of mobocracy and their equally foul-mouthed official detractors are enacting so zestfully nowadays?
But with that said, liberals, secularists, Christians and all other Brotherhood loathers should not cheer the army too zestfully while cracking down on the Brotherhood.
I think it is this tonality that Joyce is responding to and zestfully retelling some 2,600 years after Homer's epic was written down.
Hence, he argued, "the harmony with nature which we late-comers regard with such nostalgia," and which produces so-called "'naivete' in art," is really "the ripest fruit of Apollonian culture--which must always triumph first over titans, kill monsters, and overcome the somber contemplation of actuality, the intense susceptibility to suffering, by means of illusions strenuously and zestfully entertained" (p.
Fortunately, Hitchens the staunch republican has so frequently and zestfully insulted the British monarchy that he is in no danger of becoming Sir Christopher.
When he joined the Abbey as a 22- year-old in 1947, the theatre was still based in its original building, actors who had known Yeats and Lady Gregory were still in the company, and the stage carpenter and set builder Seaghan Barlow was still on the scene with anecdotes of the early days that Tomas absorbed and zestfully shared over the years.
But my sympathies were frequently interrupted by nearly a dozen bratty voices, belonging to bodies of varying ages, zestfully having long-distance conversations across the plane.
The line 'Ring for Rang', the way it is so zestfully rendered by the great raconteur, is simply priceless.
He is followed by Mrs Jew, who squats and lays basketball-sized eggs: then, at Borat's exhortation, the eggs are zestfully crushed by the children lest their demonic offspring hatch.
Alan Kapelner details zestfully his lust for Mailer's second wife, Adele.
Among the sermons presented are Clovis Chappell's circa-1944 lesson on living zestfully even in time of war and Clay Lee's Labor Day 1977 discussion of economic troubles and moral dilemmas.
Convened by Bob Hawkesworth, one of our most enlightened city councillors, the half-day meeting was attended by about 200 Calgarians who zestfully engaged around the simple question "To improve our quality of life, what do we need to pay attention to?