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viz

A visual language for specification and programming.

["viz: A Visual Language Based on Functions", C.M. Holt, 1990 IEEE Workshop on Visual Langs, Oct 1990, pp.221-226].
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The newsroom is always a fast-paced environment and Viz Story helps save time since we don't have to go to other departments to do the work.
Viz also defended the ad saying they had a reputation as a 'toilet' humour mag and the ad was in keeping with their style.
New tool palettes in VIZ 2006 provide instant access to a large inventory of Autodesk VIZ objects such as cameras, lights, and materials in one consistent user interface.
Viz Communications has tweaked the content of manga it handles to suite American tastes; Jason Thompson, editor of the new Enghsh-version of Shonen Jump, offers some examples.
I have one minor quibble: I am not certain that the term so familiar to us, viz.
Design software and digital content company Autodesk Inc has stated that it will begin including the Cult3D VIZ Explorer with each copy of Autodesk VIZ 4 shipped.
I guess this will be a popular show for all those who have a certain affection for Viz characters such as the Fat Slags, Sid the Sexist, Billy the Fish and Johnny Fartpants.
The VIz farmland is more similar to the agricultural land of class VI than to other agricultural land (for which higher conversion rates are provided).
And among the venerable line up will be Anthony's offering of the first edition of Viz, with a price tag of PS850.
Viz Mosart automation allows us to set up a playout environment that is predictable and perfectly timed, but it's really Octopus that drives the front end of the show.
Informa is the first customer to deploy the Viz App Framework on a large scale.
In this new manga from Viz, the author manages to produce three stories that mostly avoid the usual cliches.