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["Job Control Languages: MAXIMOP and CAFE", J. Brandon, Proc BCS Symp on Job Control Languages--Past Present and Future, NCC, Manchester, England 1974].
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(1) See Internet cafe.

(2) A Java development package for Windows and the Mac from Symantec. It was Symantec's first development environment for Java, which was superseded by Visual Cafe. See Visual Cafe.
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So rambled my after-dinner reflections as I sat that evening smoking and sipping, sipping and smoking, at the Cafe de la Paix.
But Tarzan did not leave the cafe as she had urged.
Off duty, the sprinting, barking juggler of Bredin's Parisian Cafe became the quiet follower of Art.
It is worth a paragraph to say that this remarkable scene can be witnessed every evening in numerous cafes in the City of New York.
Most of the ordinary clients of the cafe didn't even look up from their games or papers.
He read his verses aloud to her in the very cafe with the innocence of a little child and the vanity of a poet.
"There he is," said Stroeve, as we reached the cafe.
He has been kicking the furniture about in all the other rooms; I have locked myself in my study, opposite that cafe. If you love me, go over to the cafe and wait at one of the tables outside.
As he passed along the glazed side of the cafe, on reaching the street, he saw the old man motioning the waiter, with a melancholy gesture, to replenish his glass.
"Do you ask why he goes to a cafe at the corner of the rue Dauphine and the quai des Augustins?
The cafe in question was only a hundred paces away; so, when coffee had been brought, we seated ourselves, and I lit a cigarette.
They were at that moment close to the famous cafe known as 'Florian's.' 'Take me in there,' she said;