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CRISP

(1)
A Lisp-like language and compiler for the IBM 370 written by Jeff Barnett of SDC, Santa Monica, CA, USA in the early 1970s. It generalised Lisp's two-part cons nodes to n-part nodes.

crisp

(2)
(Or "discrete") The opposite of "fuzzy".
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Other crisply drawn characters include Roseanne Barclay, a corseted, organizing fury who holds her cards close; Adam Snellgrove, Loyce's widowed father, the postmaster, and a haphazard proprietor; Fate Landry, a fast talker whose creative plans rarely pan out; Cairo Beauty, a blunt and affable former entertainer; and Val Broussard, Loyce's musically talented friend.
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The text is crisply and clearly written and well-supported by quality illustrations.
The Black and Ambers fell behind to a second-minute try by Ross Weston, but responded with two crisply struck penalties by Gareth Bowen to edge them into the lead.
Swiss architect Mario Botta came to international attention more than forty years ago with a series of crisply executed residential projects built in and around the Ticino canton of Switzerland.
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And barrelling it round a race circuit I can report that it handles even more crisply.
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A newly accurized trigger is adjustable and calibrated to break crisply without any play.
One senior adviser said the message will be executed "crisply" from now on.