caromel

Related to caromel: caramel

caromel

(ˈkærəmɛl)
vb
to convert or be converted into caramel
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Wayne Kelly, 37, beat Gary Oliver, 39, to the title by outfoxing him with high-scoring words including caromel - to turn into caramel - and worth 69 points - and travails, worth 74.
[8] Lefebvre, V., Goffinet, B., Chauvet, J.C., Caromel, B., Signoret, P., Brand, R., and Palloix A., 2001, "Evaluation of genetic distances between pepper inbred lines for cultivar protection purposes: comparison of AFLP, RAPD and phenotypic data," Theor.
"We did consumer satisfaction testing once we felt that we were close and actually got some of the highest consumer satisfaction ratings of any product we've ever done." CarOmel Ho Hos will be supported with coupons and freestanding inserts.
Caramel is extremely popular in Hispanic cuisine, although CarOmel Ho Hos were created to appeal to the population at large.
The next article, "Toward a Method of Object-Oriented Concurrent Programming," by Denis Caromel, belongs in part to the methodology category although it appears in the section on concurrency mechanisms.
Murat Karaorman and John Bruno's article "Introducing Concurrency to a Sequential Language" presents work which in its general approach to concurrency shares a common flavor with Caromel's.
Two examples among many are the article by Caromel on a concurrent Eiffel extension [7], which includes: "The first choice faced when designing a concurrent language is process genesis.
The design of the lazy wait facility was influenced by the work of Denis Caromel [6].
Our mechanism is most similar to Caromel's Eiffel//.
We acknowledge the valuable comments and insight that came from Denis Caromel, Bertrand Meyer, Paul F.