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Music a relatively large melodic interval, esp in a solo part


Language for the Expression of Associative Procedures.

ALGOL-based formalism for sets and associative retrieval, for TX-2. Became part of SAIL.

"An ALGOL-based Associative Language", J.A. Feldman et al, CACM 12(8):439-449 (Aug 1969).
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Love always Stacie xx LEAPER Tom Sadly passed away on 27th October 2016 aged 88 years.
Leaper brings together some of the most exciting theatre makers in the UK including design team Claire Harvey (The River People) and Annie Brooks (Colossal Crumbs), composer Jim Harbourne (Tortoise in a Nutshell), lighting designer Tom White (Propeller) and producer Steph Connell (Frantic Assembly).
Mr Milne said that Leaper wrote to the councils asking for a caution to avoid being prosecuted.
Fisherman Andrew Leaper (above) the message (left) and the bottle (right)
Furthermore, Daniels and Leaper (2006) revealed that peer acceptance had a mediating effect between sport participation and self-esteem.
Leaper believes SAP has an advantage over Salesforce because his system is more integrated, allowing all objects in the CRM database to be seen, while he sees Chatter as a bolt-on solution.
Mr Leaper said: "Given the way in which the best hybrids are currently valued by growers for their all-round vigour and tolerance of less-thanideal growing conditions, these findings suggest hybrid growing is likely to become increasingly popular as a way of minimising commercial growing risks.
Perform Better's Super Vertical Leaper safely develops explosive power, balance, and acceleration, according to the company.
Second, research over the past three decades has shown that boys and girls, beginning in preschool, are quite different from one another in their language-learning abilities, in the skills that underlie language learning, and in the way that language is employed in real-world interactions (Ely & McCabe, 1993; Fenson, Dale, Reznick, Bates, Thai, & Pethick, 1994; Klann-Delius, 1981; Leaper, 1991; Maccoby & Jacklin, 1974; Nelson, 1973; Ramer, 1976; Sheldon, 1997).
Russell Leaper, a British whale biologist who will take part in the body's Science Committee meeting to start Sunday, arrived in the afternoon, and said that people had been very welcoming so far.
Decision-making processes between friends: Speaker and partner gender effects, Campbell Leaper.