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FORTHFoundation for Research & Technology-Hellas (Greece)
FORTHFormula Threader
Forth[not an acronym] programming language/environment developed by Chuck Moore
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Thus speakest thou to thyself; and therefore, O my soul, wilt thou rather smile than pour forth thy grief--
Some of the veterans took arms themselves, and sallied forth with tottering steps.
And when Perseus cut off her head, there sprang forth great Chrysaor and the horse Pegasus who is so called because he was born near the springs (pegae) of Ocean; and that other, because he held a golden blade (aor) in his hands.
The traveller put forth his staff and touched her withered neck with what seemed the serpent's tail.
As the last distressing sentiment of the piece was brought forth, it was greeted by that kind of applause which rings as sincere.
He desired Mr Blifil to conduct him immediately to the place, which as he approached he breathed forth vengeance mixed with lamentations; nor did he refrain from casting some oblique reflections on Mr Allworthy; insinuating that the wickedness of the country was principally owing to the encouragement he had given to vice, by having exerted such kindness to a bastard, and by having mitigated that just and wholesome rigour of the law which allots a very severe punishment to loose wenches.
When Robin saw that no other wayfarer was within sight, he called young David of Doncaster, who was a shrewd man for his years, and said to him, "Now get thee forth, young David, and speak to yonder palmer that walks beside the town wall, for he hath come but now from Nottingham Town, and may tell thee news of good Stutely, perchance.
Sympathetically set forth it would tap many strange, beautiful qualities in obscure men.
Now wav'd thir fierie Swords, and in the Aire Made horrid Circles; two broad Suns thir Shields Blaz'd opposite, while expectation stood In horror; from each hand with speed retir'd Where erst was thickest fight, th' Angelic throng, And left large field, unsafe within the wind Of such commotion, such as to set forth Great things by small, If Natures concord broke, Among the Constellations warr were sprung, Two Planets rushing from aspect maligne Of fiercest opposition in mid Skie, Should combat, and thir jarring Sphears confound.
The first night, accordingly, we pushed to the house of a Maclaren in Strathire, a friend of Duncan's, where we slept the twenty-first of the month, and whence we set forth again about the fall of night to make another easy stage.
Robin laid hold and was hauled to dry land for all the world like a fish, except that the fish would never have come forth so wet and dripping.
Coming from eggs in which they have lain for five years, the period of incubation, they step forth into the world perfectly developed except in size.