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LITHE

Object-oriented with extensible syntax.

"LITHE: A Language Combining a Flexible Syntax and Classes", D. Sandberg, Conf Rec 9th Ann ACM Sym POPL, ACM 1982, pp.142-145.
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Gregor lithely negotiates his way through the split-level set.
Like all but the first Day, Day 9 actually begins in the conclusion of the Day that precedes it; the neat categories of art--the division of weeks into daily themes, and of days into numbered novelle, each with its rubric, introduction, and conclusion--falsify the organic continuities of life which, defying such structural dikes, lithely spill over from tale to tale, and from one day to another.
Lithely Limbs combines vigorous, fortifying skin brushing with a temperature contrast foot bath to encourage release of lactic acids.
in the years since their debut, their sparse sound has been aped wildly, is's barebones approach spans genres, making everyone From global pop stars to deep dubstep producers want to move as lithely.
I nod and follow as he moves lithely beneath his khaki cap to crouch at a break in the acacia trees.
A natural-born athlete, Robert wowed onlookers as he lithely scaled the hotel.
House forms lie across the lanes To ease the noon-day heat, And bougainvilias lend their shade While church spires lithely meet The shadows of the shuffling soul And the repentant feet.
He moved lithely, and behaved with quiet assurance and humility.
It is true that he is still slender, moves more lithely than most septuagenarians and that his moderately pleasant voice shows few signs of the half-century of wear and tear to which it has been subjected.
Lithely incorporating such details as the influence in Carney's day of the Trinity lecturer, Abbey board member, and Gypsylorist Walter Starkey, Burke's interpretation is persuasive.
1875-80 watercolour By the River (shown in Williamstown only)--one senses that few possessed the ability to apply pigments to surfaces as lithely as he.
Morrison had lithely managed the young actor's career throughout the 1930s, as Wayne drifted in and out of minor roles in studio films and major roles in minor films.