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monty

(programming, abuse)
/mon'tee/ Any program with a ludicrously complex user interface that performs a trivial task. An example would be a menu-driven, button clicking, pulldown, pop-up windows program for listing directories. The original monty was a weather reporting program, Monty the Amazing Weather Man, written at the USGS. Monty had a widget-packed X-window interface with over 200 buttons; and all it actually *did* was FTP files off the network.
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"Monty came in and there was fresh blood dripping from a wound on his flank.
BBC Radio 4 will air new "never-before-released material from the Monty Python sound archives".
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Monty's love for sport began in his school years, and for 30 years or so he played first-league squash for various clubs, his province and the national team.
The victim, who had called 911 soon after Monty had arrived at the home, told him not to come inside but he did anyway and began yelling at them.
Also on the bill is Fern Street, whose frontman David Gruitzman will play alternating acoustic solos with Monty Warren the following week, Sunday, July 8 at 2 p.m.
In the series, Monty Don showcases some of the most beautiful, intriguing and unusual gardens in the world.
Some Hispanic Republicans, including Monty, had hoped Trump would use his speech to outline a more thoughtful approach to the millions of people who are already in the country illegally.
The decision to proceed with a Mining Lease Application follows the completion of a high-level study to identify the primary value drivers for the Monty deposit and determine the development pathway for the project.
Monty is a realistically inspiring heroine--one who is flawed but comes to recognize her own faults and limitations.
His life changes when he scores a temporary gig at a bar in a fancy Los Angeles hotel and is soon seduced by one of the regulars, Olivia Adams (Amy Landecker), who throws money at Monty in exchange for sex. 
Ten winners were selected by publisher Trinity Mirror and Monty was the only winner in Wales.