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Tiny

(1)
A language which provides concurrency through message-passing to named message queues.

Tiny

(2)
A tool written by Michael Wolfe <mwolfe@cse.ogi.edu> at Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology for examining array data dependence algorithms and program transformations for scientific computations.

Extended Tiny was used to implement the Omega test. Michael Wolfe has also made extensions to his version of tiny.
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This in itself would not be bad, were it not for the small mesh of the nets, so small that the tiniest fishes, little new-hatched things not a quarter of an inch long, cannot pass through.
"My dining-room," Hilda explained, as she led the way, "is the tiniest place you have ever seen."
Against such a color-background he could defy the tiniest yellow speck to elude him.
He dug deep, and he dug shallow, filling and washing a dozen pans, and was unrewarded even by the tiniest golden speck.
At times, it seemed as if for every one of the hundred blossoms there was one of these tiniest fowls of the air,--a thumb's bigness of burnished plumage, hovering and vibrating about the bean-poles.
No tiniest particle of organic matter was wasted in Durham's.
If so, you will no more think the slight words, the timid looks, the tremulous touches, by which two human souls approach each other gradually, like two little quivering rain-streams, before they mingle into one--you will no more think these things trivial than you will think the first-detected signs of coming spring trivial, though they be but a faint indescribable something in the air and in the song of the birds, and the tiniest perceptible budding on the hedge-row branches.
It's the tiniest cough, and I have had it three days.
The red one in all probability cannot swim," I said, "since there is scarce enough water in all their domains to float the tiniest craft.
The view from the narrow ledge was magnificent; from it vessels seeming like the tiniest little toy boats were turned into noble ships by the telescopes, and other vessels that were fifty miles away and even sixty, they said, and invisible to the naked eye, could be clearly distinguished through those same telescopes.
As with all riverside places, only the tiniest corner of it comes down to the water, so that from the boat you might fancy it was a village of some half-dozen houses, all told.
Saybie's ranking as the world's tiniest baby ever to survive is according to the Tiniest Babies Registry, maintained by the University of Iowa.