COMIS


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COMIS

(language)
A COMpilation and Interpretation System.

A Fortran interpreter use by the PAW system.
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I'm probably unemployable by now!" HENRYK ZIENTEK David Lawton Role: Owner Age: 55 Family: Married to Liz with children Abigail, 13, and Tom, 12 Car: Fiat Panda Eco 1.0 Holidays: The Lake District and the Isle of Wight First job: Comis chef Best thing about job: Being outdoors Worst thing about job: Anything to do with the computer Business tip: Keep plugging away.
VanToai says that the rust-resistant soybean varieties from Vietnam may have genes that could be helpful wherever rust strains have a similar virulence to those in Vietnam.--By Don Comis, formerly with ARS.
The multizone network model COMIS was originally developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) and was further developed under IEA Annex 2.
Comis, R.L., Miller, J.D., Aldige, C.R., Krebs, L., & Stoval, E.
"The key to what we're doing is education," Comis says.
"Most patients simply do not know about clinical trials that could help them," notes Robert Comis, president of the Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups, which conducts clinical trials for the National Cancer Institute.
[13.sup.r] 2 comis: locu[m] (Meritt printed comis: loc; cap.
Comis is Commissioner of Public Works, Rome, New York.
The comis acts were genuinely funny, particularly for those in the upper tiers, out of range of the buckets of water with which the clowns threatened to drench the people in the front rows.
continue to work with Spring Green in breeding new forage plants and developing better management techniques for more economically and environmentally sustainable pastures.--By Don Comis, ARS.
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