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An object-oriented constraint language using a single abstraction mechanism developed by Bruce Horn of CMU in 1991. Siri is a conceptual blend of BETA and Bertrand. It is similar to Kaleidoscope.
["Constraint Patterns as a Basis for Object-Oriented Constraint Programming", B. Horn, OOPSLA '92 (Sept 1992)].
(1994-11-04)
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  • siri Chandranath would disappear from his world, like a stone flung into a river; and India would be a cleaner place without him.

    Far to Seek Maud Diver
  • Baron von Wrangel shortly afterwards married again, a cousin of siri von Essen.

    The Road to Damascus August Strindberg
  • I beg your pardon, siri cannot allow any one to rumple my bed.

    Box and Cox John Maddison Morton
  • When a guest comes in, the siri box is immediately presented, that the mouth may be filled before commencing conversation.

    In the Eastern Seas W.H.G. Kingston
  • It was first observed opposite the village of siri, but is more plentiful above the fort of Rondu.

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