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express

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

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

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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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MEAN

(Mongo, Express, Angular, Node) A software stack for Web applications. MongoDB, Express.js, Angular and Node.js comprise the system software for running JavaScript and TypeScript-based Web applications. See Angular, MongoDB and Node.js.

QuarkXPress

A popular desktop publishing program for the Macintosh and Windows from Quark, Inc., Denver, CO (www.quark.com). Originally developed in 1987 for the Mac, it is noted for its precise typographic control and advanced text and graphics manipulation.
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I therefore consider that, in view of the Constitution and the laws, the Union is unbroken; and to the extent of my ability I shall take care, as the Constitution itself expressly enjoins upon me, that the laws of the Union be faithfully executed in all the States.
They are kept together by the peculiarity of their topographical position; by their individual weakness and insignificancy; by the fear of powerful neighbors, to one of which they were formerly subject; by the few sources of contention among a people of such simple and homogeneous manners; by their joint interest in their dependent possessions; by the mutual aid they stand in need of, for suppressing insurrections and rebellions, an aid expressly stipulated and often required and afforded; and by the necessity of some regular and permanent provision for accomodating disputes among the cantons.
I had after this described the reasonable soul, and shown that it could by no means be educed from the power of matter, as the other things of which I had spoken, but that it must be expressly created; and that it is not sufficient that it be lodged in the human body exactly like a pilot in a ship, unless perhaps to move its members, but that it is necessary for it to be joined and united more closely to the body, in order to have sensations and appetites similar to ours, and thus constitute a real man.
"I do not know; I have only heard that an emperor of China had an oven built expressly, and that in this oven twelve jars like this were successively baked.
Opening yesterday's hearing, chairman Jerold Nadler said: "In fact, your report expressly states it does not exonerate the president."
Allam said in a statement that the Holy Qur'an detailed the way of sharing inheritance and these texts are expressly established and Ijtihad is not applied on expressly established texts from the Qur'an and Sunnah.
The Bank will not revise or republish the COFI for a given month based on new or corrected data received after that time and expressly disclaims all liability that may arise as a result.
Asked about the time frame for the signing of the agreement on joint exploration, Roque said it was not 'expressly stated' during the Cabinet meeting.
The activist says no provision of the Constitution expressly allows MPs to serve in the commission for more than one term of five years.
Now Mr Kniveton has been struck of the HCPC register after 'expressly' stating he did not want to work as a social worker any more.
Burke took his seat in Congress in February 1777, and he immediately began making a name for himself, speaking vehemently against the accumulation by Congress of any powers or authority not expressly given to it by the people and governments of the several states.