All I stipulate for is to maintain my position in society to throw a lustre on my Case.
This was about the consistency of oil, and had the lustre he desired.
Her beauty would shed a lustre around her name and the fame of her rare gifts of nature spread far and wide.
At this moment, they gleamed with a lustre almost demoniacal.
During the third quarter of the eighteenth century a cloud dims the lustre of Champagne.
It robbed her eyes of their brightness, her face of its colour, her hair of its lustre.
The death of great men is not always proportioned to the lustre of their lives.
The lustre effects are not obtained unless the action of water is associated.
Scatter a little dust on your head—a very little—not enough to dim the lustre on your hair.
His eye lost every particle of lustre and seemed to sink back and down.
"gloss, radiance," 1520s, from Middle French lustre "gloss, radiance" (14c.), common Romanic (cf. Spanish and Portuguese lustre, Rumanian lustru, Italian lustro "splendor, brilliancy"), from Latin lustrare "spread light over, brighten, illumine," related to lucere "shine," lux "light" (see light (n.)).
"one who lusts," 1590s, agent noun from lust (v.).
(A French acronym for Synchronous real-time Lucid). Real-time dataflow language for synchronous systems, especially automatic control and signal processing. A Lucid subset, plus timing operators and user-defined clocks.
Designed for automatic control applications. It is based on the idea that automatic control engineers use to analyse, and specify their systems in terms of functions over sequences (sampled signals). It thus seems both safe and cost effective to try to compile directly those descriptions into executable code. A lot of work has been done, so as to get efficient compilation, and also in formal verification. The language has been used in nuclear plant control, and will be used in aircraft control.
["Outline of a Real-Time Data-Flow Language", J.-L. Bergerand et al, Proc IEE-CS Real Time Systems Symp, San Diego, IEEE Dec 1985, pp. 33-42].
["LUSTRE: A Declarative Language for Programming Synchronous Systems", P. Caspi et al, Conf Rec 14th Ann ACM Symp on Princ Prog Langs, 1987].