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Interpress

Interpreted FORTH-like graphics language, possibly the first page description language, predating PostScript. Both are descendants of JaM. Used on Xerox printers.

["Interpress, The Source Book", Steven Harrington et al, P-H 1988.]

Interpress

A page description language from Xerox used on the 2700 and 9700 page printers (medium to large-scale laser printers). The earlier Ventura Publisher provided output in Interpress.
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ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- In a report released by the Interpress Media Monitoring Center, along with those from other bodies, statistics revealed that violence against women has increased since last year.
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So the mouse, GUIs, the bitmap display, the laser printer, the Ethernet, distributed computing, the document protocols defining Interpress, Smalltalk--all these are complements to each other that enabled us to implement a new kind of knowledge workscape that stemmed from a unifying version of how groups of knowledge workers might want to work.
The IAEA report, quoted by the InterPress Agency, says the agency has "strong indications" that Iran's development of a high explosions initiation system" for a nuclear weapon, was "assisted by the work of a foreign expert who was not only knowledgeable on these technologies, but whoC* worked for much of his career in the nuclear weapon program of the country of his origin.
Adds Jim Lobe, a foreign-policy correspondent for Interpress, "I can tell you from personal experience that he is absolutely brilliant and incredibly well-rounded in his knowledge.
I thank Drexel University, where I presented these ideas at a symposium marking the fifth anniversary of the opening of Guantanamo Bay on January 12, 2007; Bill Fisher, who interviewed me about Guantanamo for InterPress Service in July, 2005; and Bernard Hibbitts, who invited me to write about Guantanamo for JURIST in Fall, 2005, where I first developed these ideas in a series of commentaries.
com, June 20, 2005, Title: "Barrick Gold Strikes Opposition in South, " Author: Glenn Walker, InterPress Service, February 15, 2006 Title: "Chile: Yes, to Gold Mine But Don't Touch the Glaciers," Author: Daniela Estrda, Faculty Evaluator: Andy Roth, Student Researcher: Michelle Salvail.
On the second trip I wrote for the New Standard, Interpress, and Islam Online.
com, 02/02/04; InterPress Service, 06/22/01, 08/09/04; NewsMax.
See Paul Weinberg, "Pregnant Women Tested for HIV/AIDS Without Consent" (25 October 2002), online: InterPress Service <http://www.
StoryId=3193; "Beyond Bush's Unilateralism" InterPress Service, June 2002, http://www.