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An input language for the attribute evaluator generator LIGA (a successor of GAG and a subsystem of the Eli compiler-compiler). LIDO is derived from GAG's input language ALADIN.

["LIDO: A Specification Language for Attribute Grammars", U. Kastens <>, Fab Math-Inf, U Paderborn (Oct 1989)].
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a seaside health resort in northeastern Italy, near Venice, on the Adriatic Sea. The climate is Mediterranean, with mild winters (average January temperature, 3°C) and very warm and dry summers (average July temperature, 24.2°C). Annual precipitation totals 670 mm. Treatments include helioaerotherapy, saltwater baths, ammotherapy (treatment with sand baths), sea bathing (from May until mid-November), pelotherapy, and ampelotherapy. Those suffering with nontubercular respiratory ailments, obesity, neuroses, anemia, and rickets are treated. Lido has bathhouses, hotels, boardinghouses, and various sports facilities. There is also a large beach with fine-grained sand.

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The Serpentine Lido and its accompanying paddling pool in Hyde Parkare great for both adults and children.
During the post-war years the lido remained a popular attraction but in the 1980s the complex fell into decline and was closed in 1991.
Even so, leisure had taken second place to the war effort from 1939 to 1945 - and our love affair with lidos was on the wane in postwar Britain.
With Birmingham being the furthest city from the sea, the chance to splash around in a lido was an essential part of summer in years gone by.
The Afan Lido was opened by the Queen in 1965 and was once managed by Richard Burton's brother Graham Jenkins.
These include Hampton Park, which is heated and open all year; the country's largest one at Tooting Bec, and Brockwell Lido, which is known as Brixton Beach.
Yet their day may not be done: Reviving Lidos, an English Heritage-backed conference about regenerating these open air pools was a sell-out and the Department of Culture, Media and Sport asked for a copy of its report and a p re s e n t at i o n .
Lido user Albert Tate, now in his 80s, recalls: "The water was so green that when you stood up you couldn't see your feet."
Tracey has written the foreword for the book Liquid Assets: the lidos and open-air swimming pools of Britain, in the hope that some of the remaining lidos can be saved.
Meanwhile, more than 200 competitors took part in the first-ever event at the lido - the Pontypridd Aquathlon organised by the Taff Ely Triathlon Club in conjunction with Welsh Triathlon Cymru on September 6.
Both Tooting Bec Common and Brockwell Park have lidos, while at Hyde Park and Hampstead Heath you can swim in the Serpentine and Ponds, although if you prefer clear blue water try Parliament Hill.