But for practical effect, you'd be better off trying to explain the fundamentals of tensor calculus.
At least they won't get angry and accuse you of heartlessly trying to kill them in order to save a few dollars on tensor fields.
"I'm not so sure about that endocrine shift, sir," tensor stated emotionlessly.
His image smiled into tensor's mind and then hesitated as he saw the concern there.
Quickly tensor moved up parallel to it, while he speculated on what it meant.
tensor could only assume that his point of view was becoming less abstract.
Again she smiled dazzlingly and with devastating effect on tensor.
tensor said, puzzled that she knew that he might be concerned over her absence.
"It took me almost ten minutes to recover from it," tensor said grimly.
"It's crude, but in some things successful," tensor explained.
muscle that stretches a part, 1704, Modern Latin agent noun of Latin tendere "to stretch" (see tenet).
tensor ten·sor (těn'sər, -sôr')
n.
A muscle that stretches or tightens a body part.