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HINT

Hierarchical Information NeTs.

A language for the CDC 3600.

["HINT: A Graph Processing Language", R.D. Hart, Michigan State U, Apr 1970].
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She tweeted: "OMG - the bunny boiler role?!!!!" Then hinting at her close friendship with Cowell, 51, she said: "Even juicier!
But when there are millions in poverty and we must focus on priorities, can we honestly say it's right for people on pounds 50,000 to get benefits?" Mr Haldenby, backing Mr Cameron, said he was "hinting at taking benefits from middle-class families." Scrapping winter fuel payments, paid to over60s starting at pounds 250 a year, and children's allowance of up to pounds 20 a week, would lead to means-testing.
ITEM: After describing South Africa's President Thabo Mbeki as "an ardent disciple of globalization" in the April 14, 2004 edition of the Christian Science Monitor, staff writer Abraham McLaughlin wrote, "But now the man who was trained as a classical economist in Britain is hinting at socialism." McLaughlin continued, "So Mbeki may start drawing on another part of his past--one that includes meetings at a Soviet dacha once used by Joseph Stalin and charter membership in the politburo of the South Africa Communist Party." And he added, "He's campaigning on a 'people's contract' that would make Franklin Roosevelt proud."