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LOOK

A specification language.

["A Look at Algebraic Specifications", S.N. Zilles et al, IBM RR, 1982].
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a biweekly US magazine published between 1937 and 1971 in New York City by Cowles Communication, Inc. Circulation 7,750,000 (1970).

Look printed political articles, interviews, fiction, and illustrated essays on literature, art, and science; much space was devoted to entertainment features. Look discontinued publication because of financial difficulties.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The poor King look puzzled and unhappy, and struggled with the pencil for some time without saying anything; but Alice was too strong for him, and at last he panted out, 'My dear!
Look at me, marked until I die with his high displeasure; and moan and groan for what you made him!'
"Look at her next Sunday at church--she sits with her father on the left of the reading-desk.
Whether he noticed the look of terror with which Pierre regarded that lifeless arm, or whether some other thought flitted across his dying brain, at any rate he glanced at the refractory arm, at Pierre's terror-stricken face, and again at the arm, and on his face a feeble, piteous smile appeared, quite out of keeping with his features, that seemed to deride his own helplessness.
"I tell you what: it's a lovely day, let's go and have another look at it," said Vronsky, addressing Anna.
One knows it sometimes when one gets up at the tender solemn dawn-time and goes out and stands alone and throws one's head far back and looks up and up and watches the pale sky slowly changing and flushing and marvelous unknown things happening until the East almost makes one cry out and one's heart stands still at the strange unchanging majesty of the rising of the sun--which has been happening every morning for thousands and thousands and thousands of years.
"That mademoiselle has made good use of her time, and the result is charming," replied Laurie, bowing with his hand on his heart and an admiring look.
Bradley smiled sourly at the ignorance he would have corrected in one of his pupils, and continued to look down into the water, as if the place had a gloomy fascination for him.
The buyers and sellers, too, many of them, looked not much better off than the poor beasts they were bargaining about.
"Call Estella," she repeated, flashing a look at me.
(It was this last remark that had made the whole party look so grave and anxious.)
He never stopped to take a look anymore--he just hove 'em in and went for more.