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Meaning of LYRIC

Pronunciation:  'lirik

Matching Terms:  lyric poem, lyrical, lyricality, lyrically, lyricism, lyricist, lyrid, lyrie, lyriferous, lyrism, lyrist

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Language for Your Remote Instruction by Computer. A cai language implemented as a fortran preprocessor.

["Computer Assisted Instruction: Specification of Attributes for CAI Programs and Programmers", G.M. Silvern et al, Proc ACM 21st Natl Conf (1966)].

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