bawk

bawk

An Awk-like pattern-matching language by Bob Brodt, distributed with MINIX.
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The kids resumed their gory, awkward disassembly--flinging tendons and gulping down ribbons of fat while making goofy bawk bawk bawk sounds.
"Bawk three times if you can hear me, oh chicken-ness!
(62) A few days earlier, police arrested Bawk Ja (also known as Bauk Gyar and Bauk Ja), a Kachin land rights activist and candidate in the 2010 parliamentary elections for the National Democratic Force (NDF), accusing her of negligent homicide in the death of a villager who allegedly received medicine from Bawk Ja.
Among the injured were a two-and-a-half year-old girl, Jangma Bawk San, her mother Lagoi Sau Nam, aged 38, an eight year old girl, Langjaw Nu Jai, and a 56 year-old woman, Nang Zing Roi Ji.
If in a first attempt he calls a ball a "bawk," the father is unlikely to say "You didn't get it right!
. "'The Bawk of Bats' in Joyce's Belfry: The Flitter in the Feminine." Joycean Occasions: Essays from the Milwaukee James Joyce Conference.
Flittering bats, fieldmice bawk talk."(11) Here is Old Angel Midnight: "Wow!
COTTAGE GROVE - Some cities boast home or garden tours, but folks here "bawk" at such conventional destinations.
See the workmanship on those bowed legs and the meticulous attention to detail in those varicose veins"); Through The Keyhole ("Now whews private bawks do you think this is?