Simone


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Simone

(language)
A simulation language by A. Hoare et al. based on Pascal.

["Quasiparallel Programming", W.H. Kaubisch et al, Soft Prac & Exp 6:341-356 1976].

References in classic literature ?
SIMONE. I wonder, my Lord Guido, if my sword Is better tempered than this steel of yours?
SIMONE. Why Did you not tell me you were beautiful?
SIMONE. What, is there life yet in those lying lips?
SIMONE. Nay, you are caught in such a cunning vice That nothing will avail you, and your life Narrowed into a single point of shame Ends with that shame and ends most shamefully.
SIMONE. My lord, of all the gracious courtesies That you have showered on my barren house This is the highest.
The murders, which came several months after the assassination of civil rights leader Medgar Evers in Mississippi, galvanized Simone -- a classically trained pianist prodigy and genre-bending vocalist -- to address in her music the struggle for social justice.
After a three-week trial and about 12 hours of deliberations, a jury of seven women and two men found last week that the pharmaceutical companies owe De Simone more than $18 million in damages, including $15 million for false advertising, nearly $1.9 million for unjust enrichment and nearly $1 million for breach of contract, according to online court records.
'I can only remember Simone now about how her last months were the best she could have had, given circumstances.
The trust said in a news release Tuesday that it will develop and find a new use for the house in Tryon where Simone was born in 1933.
"It was the strangest thing," Simone recalls of meeting Jeante.
Stockton's Simone claims it happened a year to the day since she survived a 60mph crash which almost wiped her family out.
In fact, Simone was delighted with the warm welcome she received there.