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QUEASY

An early system on the IBM 701.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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There's a queasily predatory aspect to their interactions that wouldn't be there in real life--even when (spoiler alert
As I write this, my digestive system struggles to tackle the buttermilk pancakes, crisp bacon and maple syrup breakfast while looking forward somewhat queasily to the early evening dinner of roast duck with Boulanger potatoes (French for 'posh stovies') which will follow drinks and nibbles across the road with our gourmet caterers we enjoy as neighbours.
Rather than lightheartedly skipping stones along the surface of the queasily common connection between great authors and their drinking habits, Laing dives deep, plummeting into some of her subjects' darkest impulses.
WHEN Whitechapel first began on ITV in 2009 its tale of modern day East End coppers hunting a copycat Jack The Ripper was a queasily entertaining mix of intrigue and eye-gouging.
Crime rem-ains queasily high (there is a reason Brazilians walk on the beach dressed in swimwear the size of Post-It notes: it's the easiest way to show robbers that they're carrying nothing worth stealing).
have to think that every cloud has a silver lining and, as Kate Middleton was looking queasily at a plate of lightly buttered toast on Wednesday night, it must have occurred to her, "Oh well, at least I didn't have to sit through three hours of wee men with pointy ears and hairy feet".
It is similarly, 'harmless' pageantry, a Little England party favour, but it is also historically loaded and queasily evocative, making us instinctively--and often unquestioningly--uneasy.
I found the displays at the War Remnants Museum both compelling and horrifying, and there is something queasily fascinating about the commercialisation of the tunnels, too, where 16,000 people once sheltered from US bombs.
Gardner's conducting ensured some genuine romantic angst here and a queasily febrile atmosphere for the nightmare finale.
So we watch, sometimes queasily, as Rivers jets from nightclub to nightclub, from a booking in Edinburgh to a casino club in northern Wisconsin.
Finch may not be VanderMeer's most innovative book but, it's a compelling nightmarish ride, evoking both a queasily vivid mushroom metropolis and the subtler moral horrors of life under occupation.
On one hand the physical attraction between the son of one family and the daughter of another (vectored toward marriage as the years pass) would have been too queasily reminiscent of incest for American network television -- indeed, as Gene Hackman notes in "The Royal Tenenbaums," love between adoptive children still remains "frowned upon.