A language for knowledge representation combining object-oriented features and logic programming. It has set operations, object-oriented exception handling and a polymorphic type system.
["An Object-Oriented Language for Advanced Applications", in Proc TOOLS 5, Santa Barbara 1991, P-H].
As laure Guilbault writes in WWD, these women already have ushered in a striking new style and strong attitude.
Then he would take refuge with his sister laure, his only friend and comforter.
Mme. Bourjot drew back when he called her laure as if he had touched her.
You remember: Jonquier was Rose's man, but he was sweet on big laure.
While laure,—was she not tall and slender and white, like a lily in a garden?
The second of the couple was the Curate of the Ardennes, which laure helped him to write.
"I shall see my laure as a great lady," she said to herself.
On days such as these laure, sleek and tight-laced as ever would kiss everyone with an air of expanded maternity.
And then I had to stop, because it ought to have been Laura, and laure wouldn't have rhymed.
Satin proposed various brewery bars, which Nana thought detestable, and at last persuaded her to dine at laure's.