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AIDA

(language)
1. A functional dialect of Dictionary APL by M. Gfeller.

["APL Arrays and Their Editor", M. Gfeller, SIGPLAN Notices 21(6):18-27 (June 1986) and SIGAPL Conf Proc].

2. An intermediate representation language for Ada developed at the University of Karlsruhe in 1980. AIDA was merged with TCOL.Ada to form Diana.

["AIDA Introduction and User Manual", M. Dausmann et al, U Karlsruhe, Inst fur Inform II, TR Nr 38/80].

["AIDA Reference Manual", ibid, TR Nr 39/80, Nov 1980].

Aïda

dies with her beloved Radames. [Ital. Opera: Verdi, Aïda, Westerman, 325]

Aïda

opera renowned for its scenic grandeur; sometimes played with on-stage elephants. [Ital. Opera: Verdi Aïda in Benét, 16]
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