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express

Transport a fast train stopping at none or only a few of the intermediate stations between its two termini

Express

(1)
A language supporting concurrency through message passing to named message queues from ParaSoft Corporation

ftp://ftp.parasoft.com/express/docs.

Express

(2)
Data definition language, meant to become an ISO standard for product data representation and exchange. TC 184/SC4 N83, ISO, 1991-05-31. E-mail: <smith@cme.nist.gov>.

Express

(3)
A data modelling language adopted by the ISO working group on STEP.
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Yamaha music teachers must possess a variety of skills; they must be able to sing on pitch expressively, play piano and electronic keyboards, accompany, conduct, transpose, improvise and manage both children and their parents in a group setting.
Soprano Cynthia Pulley sang Lysistrata's monologue richly and expressively, despite harsh high notes, and Canadian baritone Joshua Hopkins applied smooth legato and mellow tone to Kinesias's wistful aria.
Still, both of them were effective on Webb's tunes, including the beautiful ``The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress,'' which Feinstein performed with dramatic flair, and the timeless ``By the Time I Get to Phoenix,'' which Webb crooned expressively.
The catalogue jacket's freeze-frame of the artist's expressively craggy torso, in silhouetted closeup against an azure field, excludes everything but an actor's stark presence and one looping trademark gesture (the lines of which seem to trace a fluid signature); the endpapers continue the sequence, an accumulating thicket of black marks melding with the presence of their maker.
Can a classically trained dancer move easily in the course of one evening from a down-and-dirty, street-wise dance to a Limon-based solo that builds, expressively, on her own heritage?
At the west end is an entrance stair housed in an expressively fractured volume that resembles a mutated hour-glass - except as Moss notes, 'people instead of sand, filter up and down'.
I taped my hands to avoid using them expressively because Barbie's fingers do not separate.
As a result this eight-movement Divertimento, which vividly recreates the imagery of poems and drawings by Tom Phillips, seemed equally succinct and direct in its use of expressively colourful means.
Though comparing Bergman to his Swedish namesake Ingmar would be unfair to both men, Nir does display some of the master's facility for capturing the human face at its most expressively agonized.
Avoiding the temptation of overstatement, he nevertheless provided genuine emotional thrills in the big passages, with the orchestra playing cleanly and expressively.
Schutte's figures are in fact as compulsively repetitive as those of Balkenhol, though Schutte's seem more emotionally primitive than Balkenhol's expressively static works, whatever may be churning in them: they maintain the difference between social mask and inner life that Schutte's collapse.
Grafted on to an existing building, this new complex of offices for an insurance company is an expressively reductivist manipulation of space, light, materials and programme.