TALL

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TALL

(language)
TAC List Language.

["TALL - A List Processor for the Philco 2000", J. Feldman, CACM 5(9):484-485 (Sep 1962)].
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Yet it also holds the road surprisingly well for a tallish vehicle - well enough to allow for quick progress across country.
The tallish, adjustable windshield keeps the windblast quiet, working well to let you feel like you don't have to tightly clutch the bars so you don't go flying off the bike when accelerating.
He had an inch-long cut, but was alert enough to give a description of the attacker: "Around 35, tallish, with bushy fair hair and a bit of a curl at the front."
tallish, a perfectly even Afro, with a hood covering his head.
He was a tallish man, considerably round-shouldered, with a pale, square, closely shaven face; and one who possessed any expertness as a physiognomist, could not mistake a certain sanctimonious satanic look out of the eyes.
The sample weight was 3.3 [+ or -] 0.2 g, and the tallish in bar-pattern was to present the big standard deviation because of the individual variation in chewing behavior.
West Indies went into the last four overs needing more than ten an over, a tallish order, but Sammy and Nurse unveiled the sort of clean hitting which West Indies hope will take them to T20 World Cup glory later this month.
Another from Tigre's game against Independiente in 2012 reads: "Tallish, muscular build, left-footed, leftsided central defender.
Grinning, tallish, gangly, elbows akimbo and playful, she slaps me
In the village of Tallish near Homs alone, 40 civilians, including Turkmens, were killed, it said.
Jekyll was a stout, portly, tallish man, while the other was darker, shorter, although something seemed to be wrong about him but you couldn't lay your finger on it.
Cathy's haughty attitude repels the collective, for, instead of sharing Paco's attraction, they deride her for being "small-breasted and bony-armed, [and] built like a smooth-faced, tallish boy" (166).