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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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It has been found that mothers' positive expressiveness is associated positively (Morris et al.
However, some reporters of television and especially journalism students do not have vocal training and communicative expressiveness to narrate your own text [4].
Women believed more than men that the goals of mutual understanding, negative expressiveness, and changing the other were important to pursue during an episode.
The bass was Neal Davies, also a singer of very high calibre, who displayed a great dynamic range and expressiveness in his earlier arias and then thundered to magnificent effect in his later solos, especially "Why do the nations?
According to Davies, musical expressiveness does not reside in its expressing any particular agent's emotions, be that the composer, performer, listener, or a hypothetical musical persona the listener imaginatively projects into music.
So, the second group of features that influence visualization and expressiveness of Lithuanian diphthongs includes its location in the word and its neighbours.
Detail in Contemporary Concrete (Laurence King Publishing) and Concrete Architecture and Design (Braun), meanwhile, offer whirlwind tours of concrete in all its expressiveness and subtlety.
It combines the expressiveness of Maryam al Mousa's artworks, modernity of Munira al Meer's ceramics and paintings, Wadha al Sulaiti's contemporary interpretation of traditional forms and Suad al Salem's building of shapes.
The videotaped lessons revealed that the brass teacher tended to use speech and other metaphors as a favorite way to convey musical expressiveness to his students.
The exercises were evaluated in terms of fluency, flexibility, originality, elaboration, expressiveness and adequateness.
Our expressiveness and our ease with some words is being diluted" Actor Ralph Fiennes "Anarchists threatened the freedom to worship - one of our most basic and hard-fought-for rights" Lord Carey, former archbishop of Canterbury, on the encampment outside St Paul's Cathedral
The personal sources are intriguing, and include knowledge, history character and expressiveness.