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TALL

(language)
TAC List Language.

["TALL - A List Processor for the Philco 2000", J. Feldman, CACM 5(9):484-485 (Sep 1962)].
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As a result, the force is now looking at new ways of protecting the service, hoping Stand Tall will bring in as much as PS200,000-a-year.
While our understanding of PTSD has increased substantially over the years, Stand Tall for PTS is working towards better treatment and research.
I appeal to all Americans to stand tall and help the police do their job by obeying the lands of the land.
Stand tall, engage your core and maintain the 90-degree angle at your hip and knee as you steadily swing your leg back and forth across your body.
Stand tall at the end of a hallway or one side of a long room.
The blog, specifically written for tall men, is appropriately called Stand Tall.
But today he'll stand tall at Wembley as he bids to take Blackpool into the top flight for the first time since 1971.
Instead of leaning backwards when you feel yourself falling forward, you need to stand tall, keep your upper half still and simply ride it out.
And some huge old valley oak trees still stand tall in the middle of the city among the houses and businesses at the east end of town.
A whisper upon unseen wind,/as a breeze gently blows/The quiet stillness of grass/in awakened earth, it grows/A gull on the wing, soaring/over the waves of blue/Palm trees stand tall, swaying,/dancing to the lovers woo/Sand dunes, white, deserts own,/in paradise complete/Rolling hills of greenery, grand,/mocking the droughts deceit/Sunset draws to steal the show/in hues giving way to night/Evening sky, a ceiling spattered/with stars, twinkling delight/Seek nature with eyes, now new,/breathe and feel it living/Hold it, caring deeply within,/tend this wonder, ever giving'
That quality of grounding enables the tree to stand tall.
The goal of SIAEA is to organize and unite in fellowship the engineering and architectural professionals of Indian origin; to assimilate the arts and sciences of Indian heritage into the American society and to stand tall within American mainstream.