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imp

a small demon or devil; mischievous sprite

Imp

of the Perverse perversity as motive for men’s actions. [Am. Lit.: “Imp of the Perverse” in Hart, 402]

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IMP

(language)
An extensible dialect of ALGOL 60, for CDC 1604.

["Experience with an Extensible Language", Edgar T. Irons, CACM 13(1):31-39, Jan 1970].

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(networking)

IMP

(Interface Message Processor) The first router used in the ARPAnet. It was a Honeywell 516 minicomputer with special interfaces and software written by BBN.
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In motorcycle and sidecar, rattling like a blown flag, he lugged my cousins and aunt to the shores of the Baltic, returned with a tan of satisfaction and preached that we had it wrong, life was good there, the West was dead: The Wall down and the rest with it, he aged like doctrinaire thought in a house no bigger than a cell, read the Bible and took the Good News to anyone who'd listen, wrote me anxious letters in Wesleyan syntax, lived without newspapers: The Lord, he said, would provide--when he smacked his lips you could hear, if you listened with an open mind, waves lapping the red sands of the Baltic beach, impish children, now grown and godless, flattening sandcastles out of spite.
He was wonderful and had an impish sense of humour.
He flashed an impish grin and gave very complete directions.
One of the founding fathers of Caldmore Housing, Barrie Blower, said: "George was a gregarious, fun loving, outward going individual with an impish sense of humour.
IMPISH comedian Lucy Porter brings her 2009 critically acclaimed Edinburgh show 'Fool's Gold' to Huddersfield next week.