LOLITA

LOLITA is a natural language processing system developed by Durham University between 1986 and 2000. The name is an acronym for `Large-scale, Object-based, Linguistic Interactor, Translator and Analyzer`. LOLITA was developed by Roberto Garigliano and colleagues between 1986 and 2000. It was designed as a general-purpose tool for processing unre.....
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Lolita

Lolita is a novel by Vladimir Nabokov, written in English and published in 1955 in Paris, in 1958 in New York, and in 1959 in London. It was later translated by its Russian-native author into Russian. The novel is notable for its controversial subject: the protagonist and unreliable narrator, a 37-to-38-year-old literature professor called Humbert...
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Lolita

(from the article `American literature`) ...in 1945, produced a body of exquisitely wrought fiction distinguished by linguistic and formal innovation. Despite their artificiality, his best ... ...had German translations, and the money he obtained for them he used for butterfly-hunting expeditions (he eventually published 18 scientific ....
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Lolita

(from the article `Kubrick, Stanley`) ...and violence underlying modern life and reached imaginatively into the world of the future. After Spartacus (1960), a historical epic, Kubrick ...
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Lolita

noun a sexually precocious young girl
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Lolita

[given name] Lolita (ə, ə, or ə) is a female given name of Spanish origin. It is the diminutive form of Lola, a form of the given name Dolores. ==Popularity== According to the United States Social Security Administration, the popularity of the name Lolita peaked in the United States in 1963, when it was the 467th most popular female name...
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Lolita

[opera] Lolita (Лолита) is an opera in two acts by composer Rodion Shchedrin. The opera was composed in 1992 and uses a Russian language libretto by the composer which is based on Vladimir Nabokov`s 1955 novel of the same name, written in English. The opera premiered in 1994 in Stockholm using a Swedish language translation of the ori...
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Lolita

[orca] Lolita is a 20-foot long, 7000 lb. orca who has lived at the Miami Seaquarium for over 40 years. ==Early life== On August 8, 1970 Lolita was caught in Penn Cove, Puget Sound, WA. She was one of seven young whales sold to marine parks around the world from a roundup of over 80 orcas conducted by Ted Griffin and Don Goldsberry, partner...
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Lolita

[play] Frank Rich in his New York Times review wondered why the play even opened after `weeks of delays` as it was `the kind of embarrassment that audiences do not quickly forget or forgive.` Rich said the least of its sins were incompetence, being boring, and trashing a literary masterpiece. `What sets Lolita apart from ordinary failures i...
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Lolita

Lolita is a Spanish name for girls. The meaning is `strong, brave, free` The name Lolita is most commonly given to French girls. (14 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Karel Karol (Polish) Carlin Charlee (English) Carel Carroll (Irish) Kari (Finnish) Charlotte (German, French, English) Carol (English) Cha...
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Lolita

Novel (1955) by US writer Vladimir Nabokov. It is the narrative of Humbert Humbert, a middle-aged European academic, whose infatuation with an adolescent girl who becomes...
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