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Things lisp often describes (“lisp ________”)
returns, stat, based, code, programs, functions, systems, mode, expressions, machines, miner, function, machine, programmers, directory, system, program, implementation, command, shell, lists, interpreter, dialects, syntax, expression, manual, form, model

How lisp often is described (“________ lisp”)
slight, lateral, pure, visual, little, childish, common, faint, soft, pronounced, frontal, castilian, interdental, peculiar, nasal, strong, curious, wild, pretty, gentle, standard, charming, occasional, affected, bad, thick, delightful, parallel, spanish, effeminate, exaggerated, severe, characteristic, heavy, lingual, babyish, fashionable, non, tiny, sweet, marked, mild, unfortunate, infantine, foolish, usual, noticeable, feeble, faintest, infantile, odd, terrible, coxcombical, prettiest, essential, funny, distinctive, aristocratic, functional, famous, agreeable, adorable, fascinating, attractive, toothless, sibilant, distinct, strange, imitative, linear, perceptible, slightest, childlike, piteous, endearing, audible, slow, half, velar, pleasant, inimitable, coxcomical, alluring, applicative

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See lisp used in context: 7 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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