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AMPLE

(language, music)
A FORTH-like language for programming the 500/5000 series of add-on music synthesisers for the BBC Microcomputer. AMPLE was produced by Hybrid Technologies, Cambridge, England in the mid 1980s. Many AMPLE programs were published in Acorn User magazine.
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LRC: The debates over trans--in its amplest and most polysemic sense--have been gaining more visibility in the Coloquio with every event.
Even I who to my Heart Just bounds had sett And in my Friendship scorn'd to be coquette Or seem indulgent to each new Adresse Which generall Friends in common terms expresse Now (by so sweet a violence compell'd) The amplest room to kind Orania yield[.] (45-50) The love that defines friendship in her texts can be represented only briefly and elliptically, usually as a moment of sublime ineffability.
And even more rousingly, while admitting that "the processes of identification, sympathy, [and] imagination" deployed in the humanities can suggest "an undisciplined subjectivism" he declares that "in reality they are essential to the amplest forms of understanding, whether in scholarly work or other aspects of human experience." Accordingly, he issues the painful warning that "If we were to treat all our interlocutors' utterances merely as symptomatic rather than expressive or communicative, we would soon find ourselves leading affectively thin and relentlessly diagnostic lives" (83).
Swinburne could not but wonder "why should Ireland wish to break with a country [that is, England] theoretically capable of greatness, of being an imperial nation in the amplest sense if only it could cast off its unworthy leaders?" (p.
3, line 34), when he wonders whether "earth can clothe and feed / Amplest millions at their need" (st.
(5.) On the precariat in socio-political terms, the amplest and most useful recent contribution is offered by Standing (2011), to be compared and contrasted with the possibly too upbeat essay by Gaggi and Narduzzi (2007).
In 1902, fortified by the growing popularity and initial successes of the Gaelic League's educational campaign, Douglas Hyde spelled out his organization's aim to alter all levels of the educational system in Ireland, claiming that "as the Primary Schools feed the Intermediate, and the Intermediate the University, any new University must make the amplest provision for this." (43) Thus, stemming from "the University" on Inis Meain came the Gaelic League's proposal and impetus to achieve a new Gaelic-oriented university in Ireland, which would promote specifically Gaelic subjects and culture on an equal footing with those that had previously been given preference under the British system at the university level.
"The states need the amplest scope for energy and individuality in dealing with the myriad problems created by our complex industrial civilization.
'Pleasure in the intestinal contents becomes enjoyment of money', he explained, 'whatever form may be assumed by money, the enjoyment at possessing it has its deepest and amplest source in coprophilia'.