MooZ


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MooZ

(language, specification)
An object-oriented extension of Z.

["Object Orientation in Z", S. Stepney et al eds, Springer 1992].
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"We're really starting to see the transformative effects that BG Group Place is having on the neighborhood," said Mooz.
"For example, with Miz Mooz's colourful array of heel heights and toe shapes, they have an edgy, playful and quirky sensibility that suits many women.
Another casualty, less commonly commented upon but similar in that funders fleeing the country precipitated its closure, is the local music label Mooz Records, which was the hottest thing happening in Beirut two years ago and is now no more - though the spirit behind it might just be revived next week with the debut of a monthly music festival dubbed Beirut Is A-Live.
This is the first time that ACS has built a pay-per-use utility, according to Bill Mooz, senior director for utility computing at Sun.
Every seminar attendee will receive a copy of Amazon.com's best-selling book on project management, "Visualizing Project Management" by Mooz, Forsberg, and Cotterman, 2nd edition (Wiley, 2001).
(1) Based on the so-called Joint Funding of Older People Insured by the Health Insurance Funds Act (MOOZ).
On top of their own premiums, privately insured persons pay lump-sum solidarity contributions to the sickness funds (the so-called MOOZ contribution) and to the WTZ scheme (mostly for people over 65).
The Yiddish on this page reads "dizen tzetel mooz men mitbreingen ba yede tzollung...this chit you must bring with at every payment."
(103) The Federal Law of Economic Competition, 1992, article 7 (available in English in ANDREA BONIME-BLANC & WILLIAM MOOZ, JR., DOING BUSINESS IN MEXICO (1995)).
In a study by Mooz [5], nuclear construction costs are related to significant regional effects, scale economies and learning effects.
Palmer, Adele R., William Mooz, Timothy Quinn, Kathleen A.
and, earlier, by Stucker, Burright, and Mooz [1977!.