WOIDWorkshop on Optimization and Implementation of Declarative Programs
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Bronx-born Murphy answered, "It's a woid with a coive at the front and a coive at the back."
In particular, Israeli and Stewart (2001) used food and animal woids as cues, whereas in the present study, pictorial cues were used (also see Stormark and Torkildsen 2004).
Burry struggled for a moment to clarify his mind and finally blurted, "The woids is too close to the page!" A plea for permission to improvise, but Allen couldn't chance that lest Burry go nonstop for half an hour.