Artspeak



artspeak

language
An early simple language for plotter graphics.
[“The Art of Programming, ARTSPEAK”, Henry Mullish, Courant Inst (Nov 1974)].
(1995-02-21)

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    pretending to artistry and craftsmanship or to an interest in arts and crafts: an artsy-craftsy chair; an artsy-craftsy person. cloyingly charming: The shop has an artsy-craftsy décor. adjective Pretentiously and self-consciously artistic; straining for esthetic effect: an artsy-craftsy little boutique on Nantucket (1940s+)

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  • Virtanen

    Artturi Ilmari [ahrt-too-ri il-mah-ri] /ˈɑrt tʊ rɪ ˈɪl mɑ rɪ/ (Show IPA), 1895–1973, Finnish biochemist: Nobel prize 1945.



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