The ebullient pascal has long been known as the talent-friendliest executive in the business.
Ironically, pascal had never set foot in California when she birthed her Valley dolls.
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.
Reps for Fincher, producer Scott Rudin, and pascal all declined to be interviewed for this story.
There was such an agony of supplication in her voice and her attitude, that pascal was touched.
With pascal's work as a mathematician and a physicist we are not here concerned.
pascal, however, failed to save his friend; in February 1656 Arnauld was solemnly degraded.
The chief influences that reached him came from pascal, Bossuet, and Fnelon.
Modern as the style of pascal's writing is, his thought is deeply impregnated with the spirit of the Middle Ages.
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. |