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LIDO

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 <uwe@uni-paderborn.de>, Fab Math-Inf, U Paderborn (Oct 1989)].

Lido

 

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 incident, thought to have happened at 1am on Thursday, August 1, has resulted in the closure of the lido. It will remain closed over the weekend, with Swansea Council hopeful it will re-open early next week.
Gwen Jones at Lido Ponty's Boxing Day swim ANDREW JAMES
With the top two not in league action, the win moved third-placed Lido to within five points of leaders Penybont - but have now played two games more.
Located just a minutes' walk from Richmond train station, Pools on the Park lido, is a great spot to watch life go by and enjoy a cooling swim on a hot summer's day.
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Ilkley Lido struggled on with the help of hard-working volunteers.
O'Leary said yesterday: "We were thrilled with Valseur Lido and he'll definitely be a player at the festival.
But after the 2008 financial crisis, Lido developed a liquid-alternative strategy with managers that Lido believes are best in class.
In a message on the Birmingham History Forum, one member states that the first lido in Birmingham to be installed by the then Birmingham Corporation (later the city council) was in 1873 at Cannon Hill Park, near the two boating pools.
"When you come to Lido, the performances on stage transform any adult into a child," Duperret said.
Longboat shares sand with the city, dredges New Pass and built a terminal groin, and that did not make any change to how Lido be haves."--ALEX DAVISSHAW, CITY OF SARASOTA ENGINEER
"It''s so important that we go on a run of results and with the squad we have our next win is just around the corner and hopefully it will come against Lido."