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On the whole, the world loves TV sci-fi series Westworld .

It's about killer robots in the wild west, features warped old-timey renditions of Radiohead songs, and Christopher Nolan's brother Jonathan co-created it.

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Christopher Nolan's brother Jonathan co

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t too confusing!" -- Toby Walsh, Professor of Artificial Intelligence, University of New South Wales (episode 1, season 1) "Fun, but a huge disconnect between the hardware/software portrayed and what will actually be possible in the <span>foreseeable future." -- Professor Geoff Goodhill, Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland (all season 1) 24




Anthony Hopkins plays Robert Ford, the co-founder and Park Director of Westworld.
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aken. The concept of robots, artificial intelligence and complex human-computer interactions is fascinating, but also entertaining." -- Professor Michael Blumenstein, Associate Dean, University of Technology Sydney (one episode season 1) <span>Anthony Hopkins plays Robert Ford, the co-founder and Park Director of Westworld. HBO "I liked what I saw in the first episodes of Westworld. I binge watched th




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Anthony Hopkins plays [...] the co-founder and Park Director of Westworld.
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Robert Ford,

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Anthony Hopkins

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The Caribbean island of Barbados has elected its first woman prime minister since gaining independence from Britain in 1966.
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Mia Mottley faced a barrage of personal and political attacks during the election campaign <span>The Caribbean island of Barbados has elected its first woman prime minister since gaining independence from Britain in 1966. Mia Mottley led her Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to a crushing victory over the Democratic Labour Party (DLP). Ms Mottley, a 52-year-old lawyer, is reported to have once told a teacher a




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byword ˈbʌɪwəːd / noun noun: byword ; plural noun: bywords ; noun: by-word ; plural noun: by-words
  1. a person or thing cited as a notable and outstanding example or embodiment of something. "his name became a byword for luxury"
    synonyms: perfect example of, classic case of, model of, exemplar of, embodiment of, incarnation of, personification of, epitome of, typification of ; More synonymous with ; rare avatar of "the Court of Chancery had become a byword for administrative delay"
    • a word or expression summarizing a thing's characteristics or a person's principles. "‘Small is beautiful’ may be the byword for most couturiers"
      synonyms: slogan , motto , maxim , axiom , dictum , mantra , catchword , watchword , formula , cry , battle cry , rallying cry ; More nickname , middle name ; rare apophthegm "reality was his byword"
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orySearch help Tools Any time Any time Past hour Past 24 hours Past week Past month Past year Custom range... Customised date range From To All results All results Verbatim About 11,400,000 results (0.38 seconds) Search Results Dictionary <span>byword ˈbʌɪwəːd/ noun noun: byword; plural noun: bywords; noun: by-word; plural noun: by-words a person or thing cited as a notable and outstanding example or embodiment of something. "his name became a byword for luxury" synonyms: perfect example of, classic case of, model of, exemplar of, embodiment of, incarnation of, personification of, epitome of, typification of; More synonymous with; rareavatar of "the Court of Chancery had become a byword for administrative delay" a word or expression summarizing a thing's characteristics or a person's principles. "‘Small is beautiful’ may be the byword for most couturiers" synonyms: slogan, motto, maxim, axiom, dictum, mantra, catchword, watchword, formula, cry, battle cry, rallying cry; More nickname, middle name; rareapophthegm "reality was his byword" Translate byword to Choose language Afrikaans Albanian Amharic Arabic Armenian Azerbaijani Bangla Basque Belarusian Bosnian Bulgarian Burmese Catalan Cebuano Chinese (Simplified) Chines




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byword ˈbʌɪwəːd / noun noun: byword ; plural noun: bywords ; noun: by-word ; plural noun: by-words
  1. a person or thing cited as a notable and outstanding example or embodiment of something. "his name became a byword for luxury"
    synonyms: perfect example of, classic case of, model of, exemplar of, embodiment of, incarnation of, personification of, epitome of, typification of ; More synonymous with ; rare avatar of "the Court of Chancery had become a byword for administrative delay"
    • a word or expression summarizing a thing's characteristics or a person's principles. "‘Small is beautiful’ may be the byword for most couturiers"
      synonyms: slogan , motto , maxim , axiom , dictum , mantra , catchword , watchword , formula , cry , battle cry , rallying cry ; More
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[default - edit me]

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orySearch help Tools Any time Any time Past hour Past 24 hours Past week Past month Past year Custom range... Customised date range From To All results All results Verbatim About 11,400,000 results (0.38 seconds) Search Results Dictionary <span>byword ˈbʌɪwəːd/ noun noun: byword; plural noun: bywords; noun: by-word; plural noun: by-words a person or thing cited as a notable and outstanding example or embodiment of something. "his name became a byword for luxury" synonyms: perfect example of, classic case of, model of, exemplar of, embodiment of, incarnation of, personification of, epitome of, typification of; More synonymous with; rareavatar of "the Court of Chancery had become a byword for administrative delay" a word or expression summarizing a thing's characteristics or a person's principles. "‘Small is beautiful’ may be the byword for most couturiers" synonyms: slogan, motto, maxim, axiom, dictum, mantra, catchword, watchword, formula, cry, battle cry, rallying cry; More nickname, middle name; rareapophthegm "reality was his byword" Translate byword to Choose language Afrikaans Albanian Amharic Arabic Armenian Azerbaijani Bangla Basque Belar







byword ˈbʌɪwəːd / noun noun: byword ; plural noun: bywords ; noun: by-word ; plural noun: by-words
  1. a person or thing cited as a notable and outstanding example or embodiment of something. "his name became a byword for luxury"
    synonyms: perfect example of, classic case of, model of, exemplar of, embodiment of, incarnation of, personification of, epitome of, typification of ; More synonymous with ; rare avatar of "the Court of Chancery had become a byword for administrative delay"
    • a word or expression summarizing a thing's characteristics or a person's principles. "‘Small is beautiful’ may be the byword for most couturiers"
      synonyms: slogan , motto , maxim , axiom , dictum , mantra , catchword , watchword , formula , cry , battle cry , rallying cry ; More nickname , middle name ; rare apophthegm "reality was his byword"
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  1. a person or thing cited as a notable and outstanding example or embodiment of something. "his name became a byword for luxury"
    synonyms: perfect example of, classic case of, model of, exemplar of, embodiment of, incarnation of, personification of, epitome of, typification of ; More synonymous with ; rare avatar of "the Court of Chancery had become a byword for administrative delay"
    • a word or expression summarizing a thing's characteristics or a person's principles. "‘Small is beautiful’ may be the byword for most couturiers"
      synonyms: slogan , motto , maxim , axiom , dictum , mantra , catchword , watchword , formula , cry , battle cry , rallying cry ; More nickname , middle name ; rare apophthegm "reality was his byword"
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byword ˈbʌɪwəːd / noun noun: byword ; plural noun: bywords ; noun: by-word ; plural noun: by-words

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byword ˈbʌɪwəːd / noun noun: byword ; plural noun: bywords ; noun: by-word ; plural noun: by-words a person or thing cited as a notable and outstanding example or embodiment of something. "his name became a byword for luxury" synonyms: perfect example of, classic case o

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A Gombeen man is a pejorative Hiberno-English term used in Ireland for a shady, small-time "wheeler-dealer" businessman or politician who is always looking to make a quick profit, often at someone else's expense or through the acceptance of bribes. Its origin is the Irish word "gaimbín", meaning monetary interest.

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se Welsh Western Frisian Xhosa Yiddish Yoruba Zulu Use over time for: gombeen [imagelink] Translations, word origin, and more definitions Show less Feedback Gombeen man - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gombeen_man Cached Similar <span>A Gombeen man is a pejorative Hiberno-English term used in Ireland for a shady, small-time "wheeler-dealer" businessman or politician who is always looking to make a quick profit, often at someone else's expense or through the acceptance of bribes. Its origin is the Irish word "gaimbín", meaning monetary interest. ‎Cultural significance · ‎Recent use hiberno english wikipedia pampooties gobshite langer eejit irish slang People also search for Gombeen | Define Gombeen at Dictionary.com www.diction







pplication Programming Interface

The term API is an acronym, and it stands for “Application Programming Interface.”

Think of an API like a menu in a restaurant. The menu provides a list of dishes you can order, along with a description of each dish. When you specify what menu items you want, the restaurant’s kitchen does the work and provides you with some finished dishes. You don’t know exactly how the restaurant prepares that food, and you don’t really need to.

Similarly, an API lists a bunch of operations that developers can use, along with a description of what they do. The developer doesn’t necessarily need to know how, for example, an operating system builds and presents a “Save As” dialog box. They just need to know that it’s available for use in their app.

This isn’t a perfect metaphor, as developers may have to provide their own data to the API to get the results, so perhaps it’s more like a fancy restaurant where you can provide some of your own ingredients the kitchen will work with.

But it’s broadly accurate. APIs allow developers to save time by taking advantage of a platform’s implementation to do the nitty-gritty work. This helps reduce the amount of code developers need to create, and also helps create more consistency across apps for the same platform. APIs can control access to hardware and software resources.

APIs Make Life Easier for Developers

Let’s say you want to develop an app for an iPhone. Apple’s iOS operating system provides a large number of APIs—as every other operating system does—to make this easier on you.

If you want to embed a web browser to show one or more web pages, for example, you don’t have to program your own web browser from scratch just for your application. You use the WKWebView API to embed a WebKit (Safari) browser object in your application.

If you want to capture photos or video from the iPhone’s camera, you don’t have to write your own camera interface. You use the camera API to embed the iPhone’s built-in camera in your app. If APIs didn’t exist to make this easy, app developers would have to create their own camera software and interpret the camera hardware’s inputs. But Apple’s operating system developers have done all this hard work so the developers can just use the camera API to embed a camera, and then get on with building their app. And, when Apple improves the camera API, all the apps that rely on it will take advantage of that improvement automatically.

This applies to every platform. For example, do you want to create a dialog box on Windows? There’s an API for that. Want to support fingerprint authentication on Android? There’s an API for that, too, so you don’t have to test every different Android manufacturer’s fingerprint sensor. Developers don’t have to reinvent the wheel over and

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[emptylink] What Is an API? by Chris Hoffman on March 21st, 2018 You’ve likely seen the term “API” come up. Operating system, web browser, and app updates often announce new APIs for developers. But what is an API? A<span>pplication Programming Interface The term API is an acronym, and it stands for “Application Programming Interface.” Think of an API like a menu in a restaurant. The menu provides a list of dishes you can order, along with a description of each dish. When you specify what menu items you want, the restaurant’s kitchen does the work and provides you with some finished dishes. You don’t know exactly how the restaurant prepares that food, and you don’t really need to. Similarly, an API lists a bunch of operations that developers can use, along with a description of what they do. The developer doesn’t necessarily need to know how, for example, an operating system builds and presents a “Save As” dialog box. They just need to know that it’s available for use in their app. This isn’t a perfect metaphor, as developers may have to provide their own data to the API to get the results, so perhaps it’s more like a fancy restaurant where you can provide some of your own ingredients the kitchen will work with. But it’s broadly accurate. APIs allow developers to save time by taking advantage of a platform’s implementation to do the nitty-gritty work. This helps reduce the amount of code developers need to create, and also helps create more consistency across apps for the same platform. APIs can control access to hardware and software resources. APIs Make Life Easier for Developers Let’s say you want to develop an app for an iPhone. Apple’s iOS operating system provides a large number of APIs—as every other operating system does—to make this easier on you. If you want to embed a web browser to show one or more web pages, for example, you don’t have to program your own web browser from scratch just for your application. You use the WKWebView API to embed a WebKit (Safari) browser object in your application. If you want to capture photos or video from the iPhone’s camera, you don’t have to write your own camera interface. You use the camera API to embed the iPhone’s built-in camera in your app. If APIs didn’t exist to make this easy, app developers would have to create their own camera software and interpret the camera hardware’s inputs. But Apple’s operating system developers have done all this hard work so the developers can just use the camera API to embed a camera, and then get on with building their app. And, when Apple improves the camera API, all the apps that rely on it will take advantage of that improvement automatically. This applies to every platform. For example, do you want to create a dialog box on Windows? There’s an API for that. Want to support fingerprint authentication on Android? There’s an API for that, too, so you don’t have to test every different Android manufacturer’s fingerprint sensor. Developers don’t have to reinvent the wheel over and over. APIs Control Access to Resources APIs are also used to control access to hardware devices and software functions that an application may not necessarily have permission to use




Odyssey has a better claim than most. Twenty-four books long, it runs to more than 12,000 lines of hexameter verse (the poetic form used in Greek epic and Latin epic after it)
and the terrifying Scylla and Charybdis
keep tabs on Penelope (Odysseus’ long-suffering wife) and trace the smaller-scale wanderings of Telemachos (their rather immature son).
Perhaps the most famous of Odysseus’ adventures appears in Book 9, when he and his men arrive on the island of the Cyclopes. Polyphemos – a one-eyed giant with an appetite for human flesh
most recent series of Prison Break was clearly written by Odyssey fans: Michael Schofield has been held for seven years in a prison named Ogygia (the name of Calypso’s island and the same duration of imprisonment, though Odysseus has a rather nicer time of things than Schofield)
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Odyssey has a better claim than most. Twenty-four books long, it runs to more than 12,000 lines of [...] verse (the poetic form used in Greek epic and Latin epic after it)
and the terrifying Scylla and Charybdis
keep tabs on Penelope (Odysseus’ long-suffering wife) and trace the smaller-scale wanderings of Telemachos (their rather immature son).
Perhaps the most famous of Odysseus’ adventures appears in Book 9, when he and his men arrive on the island of the Cyclopes. Polyphemos – a one-eyed giant with an appetite for human flesh
most recent series of Prison Break was clearly written by Odyssey fans: Michael Schofield has been held for seven years in a prison named Ogygia (the name of Calypso’s island and the same duration of imprisonment, though Odysseus has a rather nicer time of things than Schofield)
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Odyssey has a better claim than most. Twenty-four books long, it runs to more than 12,000 lines of hexameter verse (the poetic form used in Greek epic and Latin epic after it) and the terrifying Scylla and Charybdis keep tabs on Penelope (Odysseus’ long-suffering wife) and trace the







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Odyssey has a better claim than most. Twenty-four books long, it runs to more than 12,000 lines of hexameter verse (the poetic form used in Greek epic and Latin epic after it)
and the terrifying Scylla and Charybdis
keep tabs on Penelope (Odysseus’ long-suffering wife) and trace the smaller-scale wanderings of [...] (their rather immature son).
Perhaps the most famous of Odysseus’ adventures appears in Book 9, when he and his men arrive on the island of the Cyclopes. Polyphemos – a one-eyed giant with an appetite for human flesh
most recent series of Prison Break was clearly written by Odyssey fans: Michael Schofield has been held for seven years in a prison named Ogygia (the name of Calypso’s island and the same duration of imprisonment, though Odysseus has a rather nicer time of things than Schofield)
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Telemachos

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Odyssey has a better claim than most. Twenty-four books long, it runs to more than 12,000 lines of hexameter verse (the poetic form used in Greek epic and Latin epic after it)
and the terrifying Scylla and Charybdis
keep tabs on Penelope (Odysseus’ long-suffering wife) and trace the smaller-scale wanderings of Telemachos (their rather immature son).
Perhaps the most famous of Odysseus’ adventures appears in Book 9, when he and his men arrive on the island of the Cyclopes. [...] – a one-eyed giant with an appetite for human flesh
most recent series of Prison Break was clearly written by Odyssey fans: Michael Schofield has been held for seven years in a prison named Ogygia (the name of Calypso’s island and the same duration of imprisonment, though Odysseus has a rather nicer time of things than Schofield)
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Polyphemos

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Odysseus’ long-suffering wife) and trace the smaller-scale wanderings of Telemachos (their rather immature son). Perhaps the most famous of Odysseus’ adventures appears in Book 9, when he and his men arrive on the island of the Cyclopes. <span>Polyphemos – a one-eyed giant with an appetite for human flesh most recent series of Prison Break was clearly written by Odyssey fans: Michael Schofield has been held for seven years in a pri







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Odyssey has a better claim than most. Twenty-four books long, it runs to more than 12,000 lines of hexameter verse (the poetic form used in Greek epic and Latin epic after it)
and the terrifying Scylla and Charybdis
keep tabs on Penelope (Odysseus’ long-suffering wife) and trace the smaller-scale wanderings of Telemachos (their rather immature son).
Perhaps the most famous of Odysseus’ adventures appears in Book 9, when he and his men arrive on the island of the Cyclopes. Polyphemos – a one-eyed giant with an appetite for human flesh
most recent series of Prison Break was clearly written by Odyssey fans: Michael Schofield has been held for seven years in a prison named [...] (the name of Calypso’s island and the same duration of imprisonment, though Odysseus has a rather nicer time of things than Schofield)
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Ogygia

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La investigaci´on en Educaci´on matem´atica ha estado principalmente centrada en los aspectos cognitivos, dejando un poco de lado los aspectos afectivos.
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La investigaci´on en Educaci´on matem´atica ha estado principalmente centrada en los aspectos cognitivos, dejando un poco de lado los [...]
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aspectos afectivos.

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La investigaci´on en Educaci´on matem´atica ha estado principalmente centrada en los aspectos cognitivos, dejando un poco de lado los aspectos afectivos.

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puramente intelectual
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la determinaci´on, las emociones, juegan un papel importante.
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