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muse

a goddess that inspires a creative artist, esp a poet

Muse

(language)
OR-parallel logic programming.

MUSE

(1) (MultiUser Simulation Environment, MultiUser Shared Environment) See MUD.

(2) (MUltiple Sub-Nyquist sampling Encoding) The compression system used in Japan's first HD TV system. See Hi-Vision.

(3) A computer developed at the University of Manchester in the late 1950s. See BABY.
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Demetrios Pierides' great-grandfather was the first Greek mayor of Larnaca.
The charge states that on May 15, Pierides had eight personal distress signal miniflares at Stansted Airport "without lawful authority or reasonable excuse".
Greek Cypriot businessman Mr Pierides and his daughter were buried at St Peter's Church in Sible Hedingham, Essex, where the family lived.
The Pierides family had enjoyed a holiday in Greece last week and, according to Margaret's best pal, Kika Willings, 18, had got their relationship back on track.
The Rev Laurie Bond, the parish priest, had lunch with the family the previous weekend after Mr and Mrs Pierides became godparents to a four-year-old boy.
Her father, businessman Costas Pierides, 48, was dead at the scene.
Her father, 48-year-old Cyprus-born businessman Costas Pierides, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Mr Pierides' son George was baptised at St Helen's Orthodox Chapel in Colchester last year.
Castle Auctions will be hosting one of the largest auctions in recent times on the island of the stock, vehicles and fittings, valued in excess of e1/43 Million, of Pierides Holdings PLC on behalf of the Receiver Manager.
Father-of-five Costas Pierides and his daughter Margaret, 16, were found with serious stab wounds by police shortly after 10am.
The Queen of Spain Sofia will visit Cyprus, at the initiative of Nicosia Municipality and the Pierides Foundation.
While the kids enjoy dressing up and singing along to well-known songs, grown-ups can celebrate love and the way it is expressed with a poetry night at the Pierides Museum in Larnaca.