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SPLINTER

A PL/I interpreter with debugging features.

[Sammet 1969, p.600].

What does it mean when you dream about a splinter?

If we get a splinter in a dream, it can represent something that has caused us minor pain or irritation. Splinter is also a slang term relating to male sexuality. Additionally, splinter can embody the sense of separating, as in the expression “splinter group.”

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But mum Claire Bullen-Jones has worked out a way to remove splinters from her daughters' fingers without the pain or heartache.
QUETTA -- Prime Minister, Mohammad Nawaz Sharif along with Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif, Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan here Tuesday visited Sandeman Civil Hospital to inquire after health of police cadets, who suffered gunshot and splinter wounds in the suicide attack on Police Training Center.
A she buffalo was presented with penetrating wooden splinter at 6 o'clock position near the limbus of eye.
George Wilkinson, a stoker and ship's diver during the battle, visited an opposite number on the damaged HMS Iron Duke when the fighting ceased and took some of the teak splinters back to his ship, where he asked the carpenter to create a rum tub with them.
If the splinter is very small, use a magnifying glass to see how big it is and which direction it entered the skin.
Despite uneven pacing and more than a few plot holes, the authors create some genuinely disturbing human and creature Splinters and provide a few welcome touches of humor.
Carefully dispose of any meat that might contain carbon splinters.
Hiervan is Splinters (2004)--'n samestelling van 63 rubrieke wat die afgelope twintig jaar hoofsaaklik in die Potchefstroom Herald, maar ook in ander koerante en tydskrifte, verskyn het--'n goeie illustrasie.
1 and 2, 2004, the article entitled "The Matrix, Liberal Education, and Other Splinters in the Mind" was written by Christine Cornell and Patrick Malcolmson.
One of the benefits for forklift operators is that they don't need gloves to avoid splinters when handling the beams, as SafeStack won't splinter.
More broadly, as donor aid splinters, it scatters the time and attention of officials who ought to be focusing on broader or more persistent problems of governance.