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Stiles

(stīlz),
Walter S., English physicist, 1901-1985. See: Stiles-Crawford effect.
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In addition to displaying the STIL or WGL files, the solution checks the syntax of these files and generates error messages when the files contain errors.
Cavalcanti, the poet of the complexities of love, contributed some of the most stunning examples of the dolce stil nuovo, as for example the sonnet that begins "Who is she coming, whom all gaze upon." Cavalcanti was also the author of a famous and difficult canzone analyzing the nature of love, called "Donna mi prega" ("A lady entreats me").
STIL is a broad industry-standard initiative intended to enable unambiguous and complete communications of test and design-for-test (DFT) information throughout the design-to-manufacturing flow.
12 April 2011 - Sweden's like-for-like clothing sales went down 10% year-on-year at current prices in March 2011, while footwear sales increased 4%, the association of sector retailers STIL said today.
SmarTest PC Scan Converter translates STIL or .wgl scan files to the 93000 Series tester program language via a one-line user interface.
Except for Petrarch, all the formative influences on March's poetry and on his attitude toward life--the Provencal troubadours, Scholastic philosophy, and the Italian literary movement known as dolce stil nuovo--place him as a writer of the Middle Ages rather than of the Renaissance.
10 March 2011 - Sweden's like-for-like clothing sales went down 2.8% year-on-year at current prices in February 2011, while footwear sales jumped 9.8%, the association of sector retailers STIL said today.
EDNESDAY: Misu Bond lands the Free Handicap at Newmarket but is stil on offer at 50-1 for the 2,000 Guineas.