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shmoo

ham-shaped beast that laid eggs, provided milk, and happily gave its flesh to the hungry. [Am. Comics: Li’l Abner]
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The suite includes a library of test-development tools (including Shmoo and I-V plotting) for creating test programs and characterizing devices; a software tool set for importing and converting STIL, WGL, VDC/EVCD, and ATP files to a Marvin Test Solutions digital instrument file format; and digital waveform edit/display tools.
The new Digital Pattern Editor software integrates editing environments for device pin maps, specifications and patterns to develop test plans faster; built-in tools like multisite and multi-instrument pattern bursting to expand from development into production seamlessly; and tools like shmoo plots and an interactive pin view to debug and optimize tests more efficiently.
Indeed, God is in the details, but God is in the details as a participant not just as an observer watching as things come unravelled because some shmoo like me overlooked a detail.
A shmoo is a friendly, placid, milk-and-eggs-supplying creature dreamt up by cartoonist Al Capp--the inventor of "Li'l Abner.
My girls' favourite is the Shmoo - different flavour thick shakes with a variety of toppings including whipped cream and sprinkles.
Author's Note: The cartoonistAl Capp's literally delicious 1948 invention was the shmoo--if one looked at a shmoo with hunger in his or her eyes, the shmoo would jump into a pan and cook itself up.
To get an idea of the basic arguments, consider the world of Samuelsonian shmoo.
Notable effects on shmoo formation were observed in some GPR1 pathway deletes.
To do this, the cells each have to produce a nodule that they can join together, called a shmoo.
No other Capp adventure may sum up this combination better than the Shmoo, a story arch that paralleled the transforming parody of the 1950s from innocent to the full-out satirical.
The Canucks are Debora Cohen, guitar; Shelby Stocks, drums; Jenny Smyth, Hammond organ; singer Katie Sketch and her bassist sister, cutely called Shmoo (who replaced Ashley Webber last year).
Bassist Shmoo plays deep and loud lines reminiscent of Peter Hook in New Order's early days, while Debora Cohen's guitar is a convincing mix of Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr, particularly on Brother.