From the dawn of supercomputing to the 2-in-1 PC, this is not so much a history of computers as it is the story of how we compute.
This is hard to compute, considering that their personal wealth is not recent, nor were questions about it unexpected.
The key thing is to be able to compute the exact origin of these signals: position and depth.
The death toll for which Stalin must bear the blame is not easy to compute, but it cannot be less than twenty million.
Terman and his assistant relied on biographical accounts of illustrious individuals to compute the scores.
In our political parties, compute the power of badges and emblems.
How many hundreds were done to death in this fashion it is impossible to compute.
Finally, we compute the moment of momentum of the sun due to its rotation.
December 5th, 1732, as we compute;—a kind of epoch in his Majesty's life.
It is difficult to compute the value of the mother to the child.