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muse

a goddess that inspires a creative artist, esp a poet
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Muse

(language)
OR-parallel logic programming.

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MUSE

(1) (MultiUser Simulation Environment, MultiUser Shared Environment) See MUD.

(2) (MUltiple Sub-Nyquist sampling Encoding) The compression system used in Japan's first HD TV system. See Hi-Vision.

(3) A computer developed at the University of Manchester in the late 1950s. See BABY.
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Muser joined SSM and has held several positions in the technical department.
When the manuscript for one of her poems was on view at the Institute of Arts and Letters in New York, Muser told Bishop she felt she were "writing to Keats." "I'm glad to say I'm alive and have already lived twice as long as Keats, even if I have so much less to show for it." (38)
Despite low employment rates, individuals with psychiatric disabilities report a desire to work and consider employment an important recovery goal (Cook & Pickett, 1995; Crowther, Marshall, Bond, & Huxley, 2001; McQuilken et al., 2003; Mueser, Salyers, & Muser, 2001; Anthony & Rogers, 1995; Rogers, Walsh, Masotta, Danley, & Smith, 1991).
Also highly recommended from Abbeville Press for watch collectors, dealers, and enthusiasts are to previously published works: Stefan Muser and Michael Horlbeck's "Classic Wristwatches 2008-2009: The Price Guide for Vintage Watch Collectors" (9780789209351, $35.00), and Peter Braun's "Wristwatch Annual 2008: The Catalog of Producers, Prices, Models and Specifications" (9780789209313, $35.00).
Many years later here is how Blough (now Frani Muser) recalled that spring vacation:
Muser reflects on Bishop's love of hymns, "congregational
"Mailer turns out to be a far better storyteller than he is a muser on the nature of evil.
(76.) William Fenton to Curt Muser, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, July 14, 1977, Fenton's APS Collection, Series I, "Museum of the American Indian," Box 23, Folder 2.
So, the automotive industry is "very eager" to come up with new lubricants, says Martin Muser of the University of Western Ontario in London.
Michelson Galleries in Northampton, Mass., not only shows the artwork of many of the best children's book illustrators, but represents more than 30 illustration artists, including Barry Muser, Jane Dyer, Maurice Sendak, E.B.
Although family therapy has been documented to be efficacious in different patient populations, relatively little attention has been paid to the investigation of the therapeutic processes during family interventions (Baucom, Shoham, Muser, et al., 1998; Carr, 2000a, 2000b; Shadish, Montgommery, Wilson, et al., 1993).