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OBSCURE

"A Formal Description of the Specification Language OBSCURE", J. Loeckx, TR A85/15, U Saarlandes, Saarbrucken, 1985.
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0) mm (6-8 times longer than broad), flat, weakly ascending (80-70[degrees]), equilateral at bases or weakly decurrent basiscopically, fully adnate, linear-oblong to long-deltate, the tips obtuse or short-acute; midveins not visible, or obscurely so abaxially in dried specimens (Fig.
Dear Confused, the Premium Rate system is so complex and obscurely presented that it is very hard to fathom, especially as it seems no two punters will be affected alike.
His only observations along these lines describe Spencer as "a precursor of the modern taste for self-doubt and alienation" and as having "had the altruism to bare his soul [in his Autobiography] for the good of succeeding generations," hardly a distinctive contribution, and that, obscurely, he "argu[ed] with Plato, Hobbes, and Rousseau as if they offered coherent, although misleading" political theories.
The company had offered several remedial measures, which included higher fencing and fixed, obscurely glazed windows in the kitchen in a bid to ease concerns.
More importantly, he points to a practical lesson to be learned from Benedict: namely, the theologian, like every Christian believer, must have the "courage to be imperfect": the courage to enter, however shallowly and obscurely, the infinite love and life of the Trinitarian God.
Two of the most exciting pictures in two of the exhibitions I have most enjoyed recently were drawings by Burne-Jones; but after gleeful anticipation I was obscurely dissatisfied by 'Hidden Burne-Jones'.
He argues, for instance, that Heidegger does not admit the possibility of a 'natural' religiousness, which obscurely grasps and longs for an infinite being (167, 247-8).
eldest, Always took Grand Canyon, which I found obscurely terrifying And
David Tennant has already hinted, obscurely, at the storyline while trying not to give too much away.
An included program reference database can identify even obscurely named applications to determine if they can be safely removed.
They refer, if obscurely and humorously, to the truth about the relationship between the lawyer and the client.
Obscurely compelled by filial devotion rather than religious faith, of which I have none, or a desire for consolation, which I disdain, I sat in the back of the room, waiting together with the other mourners for the proper moment to rise and publicly announce our loss.