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Terse

Language for decryption of hardware logic.

["Hardware Logic Simulation by Compilation", C. Hansen, 25th ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conf, 1988].
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The total consideration for the transaction, subject to various milestones, is up to NIS 14m in cash and shares (approximately USD 3.6 ), out of which the amount depends on the net profit of Terser in 2016, representing approximately 75% of the total consideration of the transaction.
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The total consideration for the transaction, subject to various milestones, is up to NIS 14 million in cash and shares (approximately USD 3.6 million), out of which the amount depends on the net profit of Terser in 2016, representing approximately 75 percent of the total consideration of the transaction.
Placed at the beginning and at the end of the collection, the later, terser texts frame the earlier, more limpid Cairo poems.
The ordering here moves towards terser letters, with the final ones to Philip and William Herbert showing a greater sense of apology for any perceived delay in writing to them for succour.
Cezanne noted receipt of the book in one of the terser letters here: 'I thank the author of the Rougon-Macquart for this kind token of remembrance, and ask him to allow me to wish him well, thinking of years gone by.'
In light of this observation, if the last rhyme of an abab or abba rhyme pattern is feminine, the quatrain will be perceived as softer, gentler, more relaxed, more "smoothly curved" than when the reverse is the case, If the stanza ends with a masculine rhyme, other things being equal, it will be perceived as sharper, terser, more purposeful, more conclusive.
It's also a far more distilled album than its predecessor, The Monitor, from 2010, which was a daring and complex concept album about war among other things, an impressive leap in scale and ambition for a band that had first made a mark with far terser songs.
He did not seek publicity and fame; thus, Ashby's interviews are a little terser than many of the conversations contained in the film series.
Roger's supervision of the reviews section was achieved by his transforming himself from benign and civilised professor into a near-rabid terrier, pursuing tardy reviewers single-mindedly by way of terse and even terser notes (they can hardly be called letters).
'I can see no more reason for not using the much terser and more vivid ancient style, than for changing the obsolete weapons, helms, shields, hauberks into modern uniforms'.