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  Clos Centeilles
Because with Clos Centeilles it is mainly in the mouth that everything happens; its tannins from ripe grapes, very present at the tasting are, however, completely blended into the alcohol, giving a racy wine with finesse and a surprusingly velvety finish enveloping a good body.
Well, Clos Centeilles is one of those wines made to be drunk; in other words, to be drunk with a meal.
Of all of our wines, Clos Centeilles would appear to have undergone a qualitative evolution in the bottle which is slower and less ardent than the others, but which is more regular and shows the most promise for the future.
perso.wanadoo.fr /stephane.boyer34/english/closuk.htm   (573 words)

  
 FAQ: Object-oriented Programming in Lisp 5/7 [Monthly posting]
PCL (Portable Common Loops) is a portable CLOS implementation, and is available by anonymous ftp from parcftp.xerox.com:/pub/pcl/ [13.1.64.94] Also in the same directory are sources for CLX R5 and an inspecter.
The CLOS code repository is available by anonymous ftp to ftp://nervous.cis.ohio-state.edu/pub/lispusers/clos/ [128.146.61.200] If you've got code you'd like to add to the repository, send mail to Arun Welch, commonloops-request@cis.ohio-state.edu.
A short introduction to CLOS written by Jeff Dalton of the University of Edinburgh is available by anonymous ftp from ftp.aiai.ed.ac.uk:/pub/packages/lisp/random/ as the file clos-guide.
www.faqs.org /faqs/lisp-faq/part5   (3473 words)

  
 A Brief Guide to CLOS
CLOS contains a number of complex and powerful features, but it is not necessary to understand all of CLOS in order to use it effectively.
CLOS defines a notion of being more or less specific that covers all of the superclasses of a given class.
The rule in CLOS is that the superclasses listed earlier in the class definition are considered more specific (relative to the class being defined) than those listed later.
www.aiai.ed.ac.uk /~jeff/clos-guide.html   (2213 words)

  
 Clos Luce,manor where lived Leonardo da Vinci
The king could come secretly in the Clos Luce using an underground passage connecting the manor to the Royal Castle, giving the King a direct access to the home of the master Leonardo da Vinci.
The Clos Luce was a medieval fortified manor.
Clos Luce Web Site but a simple evocation of Leonardo da Vinci and of this nice Clos Luce castle, by Georges d'Alba, artist et photographer, Leonard da Vinci "fan" and French Chateaux lover, who offers you some photos made when visiting Le Clos Luce with his grandchildren, last summer...
www.castles-france.net /vinci-clos-luce   (610 words)

  
 A Monotonic Superclass Linearization for Dylan
Dylan and CLOS use the same rule, which is to select the class that has a direct subclass closest to the end of the output sequence, as currently computed.
Compatibility with CLOS was considered important both because of an existing body of Dylan code that assumed that linearization and because of the substantial amount of real experience with it in the Common Lisp community indicating that it could be used successfully.
The only difference is in the sequences being merged: CLOS uses the local precedence orders of all superclasses (including the class itself), whereas Dylan uses the linearizations of the direct superclasses and the local precedence order of the class.
www.webcom.com /haahr/dylan/linearization-oopsla96.html   (5476 words)

  
 Securitization of bank loans, CDOs, CBOs, CLOs
There is no basic distinction between generic securitisations and the CBO/ CLO issuance at the instance of banks, except that here, the originating bank is trying to parcel out a pool of loans or bonds held by the bank.
Synthetic CLOs repackage the underlying loans into cashflows that suit the needs of the investors and are not dependant on the repayment structure of the underlying loans.
It is also contended that banks that are accessing the CLO market have become more profitable with increased returns on equity of 3% to 7% on their loan portfolios.
www.vinodkothari.com /bankloan.htm   (2209 words)

  
 Fundamentals of CLOS
CLOS offers many alternate styles of working, as well as - in some considerable detail - a number of opportunities for applications to extend and reconfigure CLOS itself.
CLOS doesn't require instances to be updated until they're "touched" by the application.
As far as CLOS is concerned, the truth is that - with the exception of slot accessors - all of your application's functionality lives in function and method definitions, not in classes.
www.ravenbrook.com /doc/2003/07/15/clos-fundamentals   (6654 words)

  
 Clos Pepe Vineyards and Estate Wines -- Welcome
Clos Pepe Estate's 2003 Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are now available.
Clos Pepe and Wes Hagen were featured in the September 15th issue of Wine Spectator.
Check out the article on California Pinot Noir (Wes' full page picture starts the article), and discover why the fruit from Clos Pepe Vineyards has produced the highest scoring California Pinot Noir (by average and by highest single score) from both the 2001 and 2002 vintages.
www.clospepe.com   (335 words)

  
 Warp Speed Introduction to CLOS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Newcomers to CLOS are often intimidated by its apparent complexity and possibly confused by its unusual approach.
For a long time I considered CLOS to be “too hairy”, but after working on a large project that made heavy use of CLOS, I found that CLOS is actually one of the simplest and easiest object systems to understand and use.
Believe it or not, the rest of CLOS is simply variations on these themes, so here ends the introduction.
home.comcast.net /~prunesquallor/guide.html   (792 words)

  
 tiny-clos
The implementation is even simpler than the simple CLOS found in `The Art of the Metaobject Protocol,' weighing in at around 850 lines of code, including (some) comments and documentation.
The MOP in Tiny CLOS is very simple -- 8 introspective procedures and 9 intercessory generics -- but it retains much of the power of both of the MOPs found in AMOP.
Accompanying Tiny CLOS is a file of examples, that show how the base language works, and how to use the MOP to do several common extensions.
community.schemewiki.org /?tiny-clos   (838 words)

  
 Wine Tasting Notes by Yak Shaya
Ponsot 29-Dec-00 Clos de la Roche 1988 J. Drouhin 22-Aug-97 Clos de la Roche (2) 1988 J. Drouhin 15-Oct-99 Clos de la Roche 1990 A. Rousseau 2-Mar-01 Clos de la Roche "VV" 1992 Dom.
Dujac 24-Nov-00 Clos de Tart 1990 Mommessin 2-Jan-99 Clos de Vougeot 1985 Gros F&S 23-Feb-96 Clos de Vougeot (2) 1985 Gros F&S 7-Jul-96 Clos de Vougeot (3) 1985 Gros F&S 6-Jun-97 Clos de Vougeot 1985 J. Grivot 3-Oct-97 Clos de Vougeot 1988 Dom.
Clos des Jacobins 1985 St. Emilion 27-Feb-95 Ch.
www.yakshaya.com /wines.htm   (1066 words)

  
 (CLOS-unit) Testing Framework   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The tool presented in this article, "clos-unit", is a simple CLOS implementation of the famous JUnit framework, probably the most used testing framework within the Java developers' community.
Then I will show the architecture and explain the main differences between the Java and the CLOS implementation, showing at the same time how easy and natural is the CLOS realization of some design patterns that generate complex code in Java.
The clos-unit tool has been implemented in CLOS, in order to follow the object-oriented architecture specified for JUnit, but, because Common Lisp Object System is embedded in Lisp, rather than representing its extension, the term Lisp can also be used to represent it.
b.die.supsi.ch /~pedrazz/clos-unit   (280 words)

  
 Clos Triguedina
Clos Triguedina is one of the leading estates of Cahors, situated to the southwest of Puy l'Evêque on the left bank of the Lot River, and it has been steered towards success by the same family for eight generations.
Quite why it has taken eight generations to get from the planting of the first vines by Etienne Baldès, in 1830, to modern day I’m not sure; after all, Hugel seem have to managed another two centuries, from 1639 to present day, with only thirteen.
Clos Triguedina Cahors 'The New Black Wine' 1999: Ripe dark fruits on the nose.
www.thewinedoctor.com /southwest/triguedina.shtml   (674 words)

  
 Common Lisp Object System   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
It should be read by people unfamiliar with Lisp-based object-oriented languages or by people who do not wish to read the full specification.
This overview of CLOS was written with Linda DeMichiel and published at ECOOP in 1987.
Jonl White, Danny Bobrow, and I wrote this overview of CLOS for CACM in 1991.
www.dreamsongs.com /CLOS.html   (295 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Clos Du Bois Wines at Epinions.com
Clos Du Bois Chardonnay Alexander Valley Calcaire Vineyard, 1997
Clos Du Bois Shiraz Alexander Valley Selection, 1996
Clos du Bois Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon, 1999
www.epinions.com /fddk-Wines-All-Clos_Du_Bois   (185 words)

  
 An Introduction and Tutorial for Common Lisp
CLOS is the "Common Lisp Object System", a powerful OOP package built into Common Lisp.
Scott Cyphers and David Moon showing how CLOS could be implemented efficiently.
This is a version of the popular commercial Allegro Common Lisp for Windows, with some limitations such as limited heap size, no foreign function support, no compile-file, no disassembler, and no image saving (save-image).
www.apl.jhu.edu /~hall/lisp.html   (1550 words)

  
 Home Alcalde   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Mayor of Barcelona, Joan Clos, inaugurated the new Can Novell centre for elderly people, in the district of Les Corts.
Clos meets with the President of the Senate to speak about the Municipal Charter (S)
On Thursday, the Mayor, Joan Clos, inaugurated the square dedicated to the founder of the RCD Espanyol football club, in the Avinguda de Sarrià.
w3.bcn.es /V00/Home/V00HomeLinkPl/0,2587,2244713_2284311_3,00.html   (323 words)

  
 Lispmeister.com : CLOS Papers
Richard P. Gabriel made his CLOS papers available.
The last couple weeks of hacking on Python with the weird mix of metaclasses, properties and the magic underscore methods have me rethinking my ideas of what I want in my programming language.
It is very similar to Lisp in many ways, and has a more human readable syntax.
lispmeister.com /cgi-bin/blosxom/lisp-news/rpg-clos-papers.html   (175 words)

  
 MetaObject Protocol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
There is also a de facto standard for how CLOS should be implemented, exposing some of the internals in a controlled way.
The benefit of this is that programmers can portably tailor CLOS to meet their specific programming needs, or even create their own Object Oriented language.
The book The Art of the Metaobject Protocol, sometimes called the AMOP, includes the CLOS Metaobject Protocol specification as chapters 5 and 6.
www.lisp.org /mop   (116 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Books: The Art of the Metaobject Protocol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
As a presentation of how to implement the Metaobject Protocol, this is about as authoritative a presentation of CLOS as can exist, short of being a formal (dry!) standards document.
To that end, Keene's book on CLOS, which demonstrates quite a number of usage examples, is a vital companion...
The book covers all aspects of the MOP in great detail and when the reader has finished it, he or she will be very comfortable with CLOS mechanisms, and even more importantly, why these features have been implemented in the ways that they have.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0262610744?v=glance   (1027 words)

  
 Swindle
A hash table that is suitable for memoization (works on identities of elements of a list).
The core object system, based on Tiny CLOS from Xerox, but heavily modified, optimized and extended.
The main Swindle environment module: packages `tiny-clos', `clos', and `extra' on top of `turbo', and some more general definitions.
www.barzilay.org /Swindle   (801 words)

  
 ALU: Object Orientation
It is, arguably, the most complete and advanced object system of any programming language.
These features, combined with the Metaobject Protocol, make CLOS itself an object-oriented program which can be customized extensively by the programmer.
The Common Lisp support for each of these programming methodologies is generally more complete than languages specialized for just one of the methodologies.
www.lisp.org /table/objects.htm   (1045 words)

  
 Le Clos d'Amboise Hotel - Amboise - Le Clos d'Amboise Hotel Reviews - TripAdvisor
We stayed at the Clos D'Amboise for two nights in July 2005.
The hotel is a very quiet and on a quiet back street which is so important...
We spent 4 perfect nights at Le Clos d'Amboise in a large and beautiful room for only 109 euro per night....
tripadvisor.com /Hotel_Review-g187116-d533934-Reviews-Le_Clos_d_Ambo...   (441 words)

  
 Common LISP Object System Example   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
We've seen how to construct a simple object system in vanilla Common LISP.
We did an example involving shapes, circles, etc. Let's see how we'd implement those classes and methods in CLOS.
CLOS allows for generic functions that dispatch on multiple arguments.
www.ccs.neu.edu /home/arthur/CLOS.example.html   (227 words)

  
 CLOS, Eiffel, and Sather: A Comparison   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Programmers have to pay with loss of polymorphism and flexibility in prototyping.
We give a short comparison of CLOS, Eiffel and Sather, addressing both language and environment issues.
The different approaches taken by the languages described in this paper have evolved to fulfill different needs.
www.icsi.berkeley.edu /~sather/Publications/tr-91-047.html   (199 words)

  
 Cetus Links: 16604 Links on Objects and Components / CLOS / Common Lisp
Cetus Links: 16604 Links on Objects and Components / CLOS / Common Lisp
CLOS is an abbreviation for Common Lisp Object System.
It's the object oriented programming standard for Common Lisp.
www.cetus-links.org /oo_clos.html   (97 words)

  
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Rutledge's private Cell Phone: 702-215-9550, CLOS West: Office 702-456-4643, Trish Lanman 702-376-3446, Sandy Brubaker 702-376-3647, Email: Dr.
Texas, North Carolina, Nevada, Michigan, Missouri and Florida all have strong growing MGB programs associated with CLOS.
Rutledge Cell Phone: 702-215-9550, CLOS West: Office 702-456-4643, Dr Rutledge (Cell Phone) 702-215-9550, Trish Lanman 702-376-3446, Sandy Brubaker 702-376-3647, Dr. Peraglie: 702-376-9339, Email: Dr.
clos.net   (2577 words)

  
 CLiki : CLOS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
is fully-featured (if slower than a typical tuned commercial implementation might be) and has been used as the basis for the CLOS support in e.g.
This page describes the bare essentials of CLOS (Or would, if it weren't 404 See document at archive.org).
CLOS-DB is a database interface for the Common Lisp Object System.
www.cliki.net /CLOS   (189 words)

  
 CTO : CLOS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The CLOS MOP, a semi-standard system for extension and information.
This page is linked from: AspectL CLIM CLOS MOP Common Lisp Inheritance Meta-Object Protocol NetCLOS Object-Oriented Persistence 101 Scheme Screamer TOM
CTO pages can be modified by anyone at anytime.
cliki.tunes.org /CLOS   (123 words)

  
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