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LIMP

["Messages in Typed Languages", J. Hunt et al, SIGPLAN Notices 14(1):27-45 (Jan 1979)].
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One or two of the people at work in the grounds near us looked up-- saw it was Limping Lucy--knew what to expect from that quarter--and looked away again.
Limping Lucy looked me hard in the face, and saw that I was speaking the truth.
Limping Lucy steadied herself on her crutch and looked back at me over her shoulder.
It was my misfortune to be a man--and Limping Lucy enjoyed disappointing me.
This news--by closing up all prospects of my bringing Limping Lucy and Mr.
A CROSS-BORDER hunt is on for a limping burglary suspect who drove from house to house in a stolen Audi TT.
There are so many different possible causes of limping, such as an injury.
The trail of fossilized mammoth tracks is in central Oregon and over a stretch of about 65 feet, researchers found evidence that an adult mammoth was limping on its left side and two young, non-injured mammoths were backtracking out of concern for their comrade.
The Limping Fox, in Rushett Close, has wowed judges with its seasonal menu, slow-roasted beef and impressive Yorkshire puddings in the Best British Roast Dinner 2017 competition.
Despite limping on one leg, Durham managed to register six points, four rebounds, and one assist after the injury.
His mother reports a chief complaint: "He has had a limp for three weeks." This is Jordan's second visit to the clinic in the past two weeks for limping. Jordan does not have any chronic health problems and no scheduled daily medications.
He started limping when we came back earlier today and his paw pads seem to have gone pinker.