The fear that pascal might weather the storm has Du Vernay, Oprah Winfrey, and other Hollywood elites pulling their punches.
Then pascal responds (in all caps) with, “BUT WE DIDNT WIN A D [sic] YOU KNOW HIM.”
“i wanted to talk to him about sinister and jobs,” wrote pascal.
Then, Gordon replied with, “Horrible behavior,” which was echoed by pascal, who responded, “Actually despicable.”
“We are getting totally positioned in the Aaron stuff,” wrote pascal.
If Lovegear wanted to work on pascal on his own time it was fine with the boss.
But Corinne's glances toward the rigid pascal held no indictment.
Corinne put out her hand and patted pascal's cylindrical wrist.
pascal was standing by the refrigerator, exactly where she had left him.
She heard the little buzz of mechanical life as pascal began to move.
high-level computer programming language, 1971, named for French scholar Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), who invented a calculating machine c.1642.
pascal pas·cal (pā-skāl', pä-skäl')
n.
A unit of pressure equal to one newton per square meter.
pascal The SI derived unit used to measure pressure. One pascal is equal to one newton per square meter. |
Pascal, Blaise 1623-1662. French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher who, with Pierre de Fermat, developed the mathematical theory of probability. He also contributed to the development of differential calculus, and he invented the mechanical calculator and the syringe. The pascal unit of pressure is named after him. |