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STIL

STatistical Interpretive Language.

["STIL User's Manual", C.F. Donaghey et al, Indust Eng Dept, U Houston (Aug 1969)].
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In Stil punt van die aarde verwoord De Lange die volle reikwydte van verlies indringender as in sy vorige bundels.
STIL hopes that sales will pick up around Christmas and that a potential interest rate cut will help turn around the negative trend, Sandstrom said.
At the same time, Fitch revised up to F3(ind) from F4(ind) the rating on STIL's INR2bn fund-based limits, INR310m gold card export credit limits INR300m short-term bank loans and INR330m non-fund based working capital bank lines.
Adoption of IEEE STIL standard continues with international acceptance of this standard.
A workaholic who stil arrives at his office each day at 5:00 am, he managed to eclipse Donald after Sam's death in 1979; and through a series of bold acquisitions and risky start-ups, eventually established the largest communications fortune in America.
Italian jurist, poet, and prose writer whose poetry, written in the dolce stil nuovo ("sweet new style"), was admired by Dante and was a great influence on Petrarch.
The problem is that scientists stil don't know whether those animal studies apply to people.
They introduced what Dante called a dolce stil nuovo ( " sweet new style " ) in lyrical poetry.
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11 October 2011 - Sweden's like-for-like clothing sales went down 7.7% year-on-year at current prices in September, and footwear sales declined by 7.2%, the association of sector retailers STIL said today.