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imp

a small demon or devil; mischievous sprite

Imp

of the Perverse perversity as motive for men’s actions. [Am. Lit.: “Imp of the Perverse” in Hart, 402]

IMP

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IMP

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An extensible dialect of ALGOL 60, for CDC 1604.

["Experience with an Extensible Language", Edgar T. Irons, CACM 13(1):31-39, Jan 1970].

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IMP

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IMP

(Interface Message Processor) The first router used in the ARPAnet. It was a Honeywell 516 minicomputer with special interfaces and software written by BBN.
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Immediate Payment Service (IMPS) is an instant interbank electronic fund transfer service.
THE Hillman Imp was supposed to have been an innovative step forward for the staid Rootes Group.
THE New Saints will look to seize their chance in the Europa League in this evening's home tie with Gibraltar outfit Lincoln Red Imps.
Violet is admirable in her efforts to aid the Imps in their rebellion while trying to protect her brother and friends.
More than 170 children play football for the Rothley Imps Juniors, from under-6s to under-16s.
For nearly 40 years The Imps - noted for their impeccable red tunics and highly disciplined spectacular show - have performed around the world to millions of people.
State Bank of India (SBI) (SBIN.NS) (500112.BO) (OTC: SBKJY), an India-based lender, has waived charges for fund transfer through its IMPS of up to INR1,000 to promote small transactions, The Financial Express has reported.
Red Imps were extremely well organised in the first leg and will park the bus while the Hoops will be fitter, boosted by the Wolfsburg win and a decent surface.
IMPS, as the name suggests, enables immediate transfer of money between any two bank accounts, irrespective of the day and time.
According to results received here by the Mind Sports Association of Pakistan (MSAP) on Wednesday,in the womens section Pakistan started well and with eight boards left had outscored India by 24 International Match Points (IMPs) to lead by thirteen.
In the final, the Smooth Operators beat Zenon (Errikos Leonidou, Carol Anderson, Deborah Browne, Lynne Morrison) by 66 imps thus winning the cup and keeping up their almost complete dominance of the event, winning it for the fifth time since it started in 2010.