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A specification language.

["A Look at Algebraic Specifications", S.N. Zilles et al, IBM RR, 1982].



a biweekly US magazine published between 1937 and 1971 in New York City by Cowles Communication, Inc. Circulation 7,750,000 (1970).

Look printed political articles, interviews, fiction, and illustrated essays on literature, art, and science; much space was devoted to entertainment features. Look discontinued publication because of financial difficulties.

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This expanded mission and new Look-Alike status name reflects the company's transition into a community-based healthcare system specialising in LGBTQ health & HIV care and a focus on medically underserved populations.
It is believed that the look-alike stepped out of the limelight to focus on running her event management business.
The Honda Civic Type S - a sports model look-alike, but with a more demure performance
Analyzed demographic results can help target look-alike customers to push the sales of specific products, opposed to sales in general.
The Prince's search for Cinderella takes him into the worlds of movies and opera--Prokofiev's other passions--where a Marlene Dietrich-like figure, a chorus line of legs, and a Maria Callas look-alike unsuccessfully try on the satin slipper.
Only after a number of flip-throughs does the character on the cover--a bald David Carradine look-alike whose outstretched hand appears to be on the cusp of emitting energy beams at you--become discernable as the newly-risen Jesus Christ displaying the stigmata.
From defining condition and fixing up the dolls to profiting from look-alike models and understanding values, Shirley Temple Dolls is a collector's 'must'.
Rather than depending upon super human vision or the acquisition of thousands of look-alike domains by the various institutions, a cryptographic signature would allow the recipient's email application to uniquely recognize a prior correspondent.
As he'd done before--at openings at the ICA in London (for the show "Publicness" in 2003), at the Castello de Rivoli in 2001 (for "Form Follows Fiction"), and for the exhibition "Au-dela du spectacle" (Beyond the Spectacle) at the Centre Pompidou in 2000--to make Deja-vu: The Seventh International Look-Alike Convention at Dia's Fall Gala, 2004, the artist invited look-alikes of famous people to mix with the art-world crowd who had come to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the Dia Art Foundation.
Nor, considering the book's subject matter and context, is it surprising that Olivia Joules frequently flirts with questionable taste: When an Osama bin Laden look-alike is described as a "compelling mixture of soulful and powerful" with "finely drawn features, a straight nose, fine, arched brows, hooded brown eyes," and an "aristocratic" and "languid" bearing, you may find yourself swooning for all the wrong reasons.
Steve Martin has also been trying out the look-alike thing.