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TRANQUIL

1966. ALGOL-like language with sets and other extensions, for the Illiac IV. "TRANQUIL: A Language for an Array Processing Computer", N.E. Abel et al, Proc SJCC 34 (1969).
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Talking wearied her, faces troubled her, pain claimed her for its own, and her tranquil spirit was sorrowfully perturbed by the ills that vexed her feeble flesh.
Finding myself out of place, and hearing that Monsieur Phileas Fogg was the most exact and settled gentleman in the United Kingdom, I have come to monsieur in the hope of living with him a tranquil life, and forgetting even the name of Passepartout."
It is as I have said --I am the king of drivers." Every time we just missed going to destruction, he would say, with tranquil happiness, "Enjoy it, gentlemen, it is very rare, it is very unusual-- it is given to few to ride with the king of drivers-- and observe, it is as I have said, I am he."
A long and pleasant afternoon I passed in those green bowers; All silent, tranquil, and alone With birds, and bees, and flowers.
You see nothing vehement or obtrusive in my manner; am I not tranquil enough?"
To one who had been tossing on a restless bed so long, even these few green leaves and this tranquil light, although it languished among chimneys and house-tops, were pleasant things.
In that matter he was tranquil; he had reached the bottom of personal suffering.
But, contrary to what is proper for the body, the mind ought to be kept as tranquil as possible; for as plants partake of the nature of the soil, so does the child receive much of the disposition of the mother.
With the motto of celebrating festivals in a different way, Hotel Tranquil organized a Teej celebration for a cause on Saturday, 17 August.
Based around a private nature reserve outside Carlisle, the Tranquil Otter comprises seven south-facing lodges with idyllic views across the lake.
Here we see the tranquil location's one-time railway station photographed 40 years ago.