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MELD

A concurrent, object-oriented, dataflow, modular and fault-tolerant language! MELD is comparable to SR.

["MELDing Multiple Granularities of Parallelism", G. Kaiser et al, ECOOP '89, pp. 147-166, Cambridge U Press 1989].
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Mr Melding said the new system was hard enough for lawyers to pick apart let alone the Welsh public.
The Great Melding closely examines the protection, perpetuation, and extension of the osmoke and mirroro and oSophistic Pruningo strategies utilized during the race and cultural tensions in the South during the period from 1942 to 1952.
Mr Melding will be sponsoring a breakfast meeting on the bus at 8.15am before the bus leaves for Working Street, in central Cardiff.
Mr Melding, who has written about the case for a federal Britain, made his submission to the McKay Commission, which is investigating the impact of devolution on the House of Commons.
The success of melding federal technical and scientific resources, which are unknown to local and state responders, with state and local personnel and resources will occur only through the management skills of the state ICS incident commanders and the SAC.
- Package 1 - Melding shin bone,- Package 2 - Melding the femur,- Package 3 - Melding trochanteric femoral- Package 4 - Melding the humerus,- Package 5 - Melding bones of the forearm,- Package 6 - Melding the clavicle,- Package 7 - Melding the bones of small,- Package 8 - Special Melding,- Package 9 - Melding radial head.
The riders and supporters were met on the steps of the Senedd by deputy presiding officer David Melding. Eight cyclists from the North Wales Rugby Choir, the official choir of the campaign, are riding 670 miles from Bangor to Flanders in memory of Welsh-language war poet Hedd Wyn, who died at Langemark in Flanders, during the Battle of Passchendaele in 1917.
THE National Assembly's Deputy Presiding Officer David Melding is to represent Wales in the Falkland Islands as they commemorate the 30th anniversary of the liberation of Port Stanley from Argentine occupation.
Mr Millar replaces David Melding who is writing the party's manifesto for next year's election.
With the unprecedented torrent of raw images and spectra flowing into databases from the world's telescopes and a novel melding of powerful computers, whatever an astronomer desires may soon be just a click away.