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ML/I

(language)
An early macro language first implemented by Peter Brown at the Cambridge University in 1966. ML/I has been maintained by Bob Eager since 1973.

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[P.J. Brown, CACM 10(10):618-623, Oct 1967].
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Beyond the ML1, which may well be the last of the great CPEC projects, as the corridor prepares to pivot towards its second phase, there are the Special Economic Zones, their attendant infrastructure and utility provision, as well as the policy framework to attract Chinese investment.
Interestingly, it was found that the average lengths of AP, ML1, and ML2, but not MP in male were significantly longer than that of female.
The effect of temperature was examined over the range of 20 80oC by immersing the reaction mixture (NH4Fe(SO4)212H2O (0.02 M) in HCl solution (0.15 M) and analyte standard solution (0.25 g mL1 thiram and or nabam in ethanol (1% v/v)) in a circulating water bath (Type JB1, Grant Instruments, Cambridge, UK).
Anodic photocurrent response or Ru(bpy)z(dppz)2~ bound to SnOz / PDDA /ds- DNA electrode after the DNA film was exposed to a: 2 mg mi]1 psup, b: I mg mL1 psup, C: 0.5 mg mL1 psnp and d: phosphate buffer.
Subtypes were identified by using a multilocus fragment-size--analysis approach to target 3 microsatellite markers (ML1, ML2, and gp60 [synonymous with gpl5]) as previously described (26).
Even when using small data set packing (SDSP) files, the constant migration of small data sets to ML1 and then to ML2 tape only to be expired in a short period of time is useless.
The government is now exploring the possibility of completing the ML1 on a build-operate-transfer basis.
"My first priority is to tread carefully on ML1," said Rafique.
The subsequent JCC will work on commercial contract and financing arrangement for the Main Line 1 (ML1) project which envisions a high speed rail link between Karachi and Peshawar.
ISLAMABAD -- The upgradation and dualization of Pakistan railway's main line track (ML1) from Karachi to Torkham, at a cost of US$ 8 billion, would pave way to run fast moving trains in the country.
In joint second with 249 bans each were the Livingston district of West Lothian (EH54) and the ML1 postcode which covers Motherwell and the surrounding towns of Carfin, Cleland, Holytown, New Stevenston and Newarthill.
They are: Clyde Regional winners Nitra Vision, and runners-up ML1; Forth FM winners Ultimate Illusion; and Radio Tay winners Sociopath and Skilaz.