Gowan, Donald E. From Eden to Babel: A Commentary on the Book of Genesis 1-11.
We watch Babel beaten, just before his death, in “Lubyanka Prison, Moscow, 1940.”
Mumford Sons taking 'a considerable amount of time off' after 'Babel' tour.
Guillermo Arriaga (Babel, 21 Grams, The Burning Plain) employs a nonlinear style.
But I recall nothing in Possession, Angels & Insects, Babel Tower, or her other books that seems to presage this one.
And faintly, from far in the rear, came a Babel of shrill calls—weird, inhuman!
The first were called Jaredites, and came directly from the Tower of Babel.
In the midst of the Babel Zilda slipped away to make muffins hastily for Gilby's breakfast.
There was a Babel of rejoicing and exclamation; but it was to Billy that the doctor had turned.
When this great crowd of two or three thousand are assembled the Babel begins.
capital of Babylon, late 14c., from Hebrew Babhel (Gen. xi), from Akkadian bab-ilu "Gate of God" (from bab "gate" + ilu "god"). The name is a translation of Sumerian Ka-dingir. Meaning "confused medley of sounds" (1520s) is from the biblical story of the Tower of Babel.
1. A subset of ALGOL 60, with many ALGOL W extensions.
["BABEL, A New Programming Language", R.S. Scowen, Natl Phys Lab UK, Report CCU7, 1969].
2. Mentioned in The Psychology of Computer Programming, G.M. Weinberg, Van Nostrand 1971, p.241.
3. A language based on higher-order functions and first-order logic.
["Graph-Based Implementation of a Functional Logic Language", H. Kuchen et al, Proc ESOP 90, LNCS 432, Springer 1990, pp.271-290].
["Logic Programming with Functions and Predicates: The Language BABEL", Moreno-Navarro et al, J Logic Prog 12(3) (Feb 1992)].