Seque

Seque

"Seque: A Programming Language for Manipulating Sequences", R.E. Griswold et al, Comp Langs 13(1):13-22 (1988).
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Lorepra sunt ut id quo ius mod ex eaquid et, seque sequia voluptas pliquiatium et odit auta volecus int aditaerro odicit, omnim reicid explabo.
5 litres) is the equivalent to two standard bottles and this Artadi El Seque DO Alicante, Spain (Magnum, PS55, www.
5 litres) is the equivalent to two standard bottles and Artadi El Seque DO Alicante, Spain (Magnum, PS55, www.
and the Meet the Parents seque, 'Meet the Fockers'.
THE cast of American Pie are back on board for a seque and took a trip around London on a double-decker bus to celebrate their comeback.
Established in 1999 in Alicante, the El Seque focuses primarily on the Monastrell varietal.
Kant, however, emerges as a seque for an important discussion of Heidegger and Bataille in order to fundamentally challenge the Hobbesian formulation of community or the dead end of political modernity (15).
The seque most beloved strategy games of all essentially took its ageing sci-fi wa it a fresh lick of paint.
EMINEM and Rihanna are getting back in t h e s t u d io to r e c o r d a seque l to t h e ir h it L o ve T he W a y Yo u Li e.
GE Energy Financial Services will serve as the limited partner, with Seque, also based in Denver, serving as general partner and operator.
Fugit nostro de gramine pastor seque suumque gregem procul abdidit; atria custos formidatus habet; plebs importuna procaxque hactenus obsessum metuit contingere limen.
As a result of the priests' persistent refusal to abandon their wives or forego their mistresses--even at threat of excommunication--the focaria herself became an object of attack and scorn, such as in the moral satire Contra auaros (early13thC), where she is portrayed as avaricious and controlling, (97-98) Presbiter quae mortui quae dant uiui, quaeque refert ad focariam, cui dat sua seque 'The priest, whatsoever he receives from the dead or the living, he carries back to his focaria, to whom he gives all--including himself' (Wright 33).