DAS


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DAS

Digital Analog Simulator.

Represents analog computer design.
References in classic literature ?
His name was Jose da Silvestra, and he lived three hundred years ago.
I, Jose da Silvestra, who am now dying of hunger in the little cave here no snow is on the north side of the nipple of the southernmost of the two mountains I have named Sheba's Breasts, write this in the year 1590 with a cleft bone upon a remnant of my raiment, my blood being the ink.
Eu Jose da Silvestra que estou morrendo de fome na pequena cova
camaras do thesouro de Salomao a traz da morte branca, mas pela
Here in Milan, in an ancient tumble-down ruin of a church, is the mournful wreck of the most celebrated painting in the world--"The Last Supper," by Leonardo da Vinci.
The world seems to have become settled in the belief, long ago, that it is not possible for human genius to outdo this creation of da Vinci's.
You see, my dear sir," Da Souza was saying, "this little concession of yours is, after all, a very risky business.
Da Souza had made a fortune trading fiery rum on the Congo and had probably done more to debauch the niggers he spoke of so bitterly than any man in Africa.
Then why," Da Souza asked, looking up with twinkling eyes, "do you want to sell me a share in it?
I will give you four thousand pounds for a quarter share," Da Souza said.
You catcha da job, I let you have mora da grub," the grocer assured Martin.
Toward the end of the fifteenth century the Portuguese sailor, Vasco da Gama, finishing the work of Diaz, discovered the sea route to India around the Cape of Good Hope.