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Kid

Thomas. a variant spelling of (Thomas) Kyd

Kid

 

a leather manufactured primarily from the hides of sheep and goats; highly tensile and flexible, it is used for gloves, shoe upper leathers, and prostheses.

The hide is intensively softened by chemical processing and mechanical action in preparing kid leather. Aluminum compounds, which slightly fix the structure of the hide, are used in tanning. Wheat flour, to give the hide body and softness, and egg yolk, a lubricating material, are added to the solution. The leather may be dyed almost any color. Kid is not widely used in the USSR.

Kid

Kernel language for Id. A refinement of P-TAC, used as an intermediate language for Id. Lambda-calculus with first-class let-blocks and I-structures.

["A Syntactic Approach to Program Transformations", Z. Ariola et al, SIGPLAN Notices 26(9):116-129 (Sept 1991)].
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And is it good to wear black?" He also refers to "a certain Madame Sert" which shows a less than complete control over the milieu (or "maloo," as Josephine Herbst used kiddingly to pronounce it), for Misia Sert, one of the great hostesses of the belle epoque and friend to Mallarme and so many other of the modern artists of France, deserves much more than the distancing diminishment of "a certain Madame Sert."
Consider the finest wordsmiths you know: They use pop-phrases only seldom, often guiltily, and usually kiddingly. (An excellent writer at The Dallas Morning News recently responded to another writer's "Get a life!" with "Get a vocabulary!")
Frederic, who does not take part in the priest-baiting, is profoundly attracted to the cleric, so much so that Rinaldi kiddingly implies a sexual relationship (p.
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That is why many people around the world kiddingly refer to our justice system as 'The Money-la, Philippines way.' And this is no joke-joke-'di bolahan ito!
He also Waded for second baseman Marco Scutaro at the deadline, a deal kiddingly called "The Blockbuster," as Scutaro was named MVP of the NLCS.
One of the eight AD's kiddingly blurted, "Gee, sometimes I wonder if am one of them!"
Mindful that "only the sports department gets to travel," she kiddingly went to Branham in the newsroom about going to Philadelphia.