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RAPT

["An Interpreter for a Language for Describing Assemblies", R.J. Popplestone et al, Artif Intell 14:79-107 (1980)].
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Although a bit longer than a typical picture book, Pirotta's writing is so strong and succinct that young listeners will stay raptly tuned.
1890, shows dreamy women (all wearing sequined saris) gathered under a lampshade, gazing raptly at the barefoot guru.
Pic raptly documents his creation of the H-1 Racer, a sleek silver bullet in which he set the world speed record; his record-setting 1936 'round-the-world flight (partly conveyed by doc footage in which DiCaprio's face has been laid, "Zelig"-like, over the real thing); his 1946 test flight of the XF-11, which concluded with its pilot's nearly fatal crash into several houses in Beverly Hills, a spectacle rendered here with incredible force and detail; his support for the swan-like Constellation passenger plane, which made his TWA into a world-class airline; and his contentious construction of the world's biggest flying machine, the Hercules, or Spruce Goose, the one and only flight of which provides the picture with its stirring climax.
And more engaging than interacting oneself, arguably, is watching the TPI watchers sun': Observing people raptly switching through minimally moving low-res images enhances TPI's cunning dopiness.
Instead, accompanied by Guttorm Guttormsen's insistently rhythmic recorded music, she simply plays the role of Herod gazing raptly as we, the audience, imagine the dance.
As the facts were raptly discussed in the Argentine press, notably La Nacion, in 1995, I.B.M.
one can be appalled by warmongering American politicians and still be raptly fascinated by baby-dangling American pop stars.
People tend to sort themselves out generationally among the exhibition's rooms, each stopping at their personal point of maximum social synchronization - be it Clark Gable or Richard Nixon - gazing raptly as if to say, Now that was aura, baby!
Gazing down from their seats at an enormous, stagelike altar on the field, they listened raptly as professional evangelists, sports figures and Christian musicians bombarded them with preaching and music about the worthlessness, sinfulness and possible redemption of the American male.
She listens raptly to the doddering divisional commander Sturzenegger (Martin Benrath) as he tells his patriotic-paranoid tales and plays war games in her apartment.
His mystical recurring nature images - carp, eel, whale - serve a function similar to Andrei Tarkovsky's emblematic use of fire and water, at once culturally idiomatic and purely, raptly personal.
It ought to suck their pants right off--and yet, remaining chastely clothed, they blink raptly at an ethereal light while a heavenly chorus sings.