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Lovelace

1. Countess of, title of Ada Augusta King. 1815--52, English mathematician and personal assistant to Charles Babbage: daughter of Lord Byron. She wrote the first computer program
2. Richard. 1618--58, English Cavalier poet, noted for To Althea from Prison (1642) and Lucasta (1649)
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The Lovelace family of companies has a rich history in scientific innovation from pioneering aviation medicine and work with NASA, to groundbreaking research in respiratory illnesses and infectious diseases," said Robert Rubin, president and chief executive officer, Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute and associated companies.
We are holding our Leading Ladies In STEM event to firstly celebrate Ada Lovelace, but also discover what challenges and obstacles females today face in a male-dominated industry.
MacArthur was eating in the dining room, with his wife, Jean, and their only child, 13-year-old Arthur, when a courier came in with some correspondence, Lovelace recalled.
Lovelace returned after a year and to her surprise she found it mostly intact, indeed it had become a point of interest for visitors to the area and was one of the places included in a guided tour organised by local entrepreneurs.
This event is about shifting perceptions and marking the day with local pupils by celebrating Ada Lovelace - a pioneer in the technology field.
And Lovelace, a little known but important Victorian mathematician, set the children a challenge to improve their times tables during the visit organised by Kip McGrath Education Centres.
Aside from applying the theories of cultural and social anthropologists, critics, and philosophers like Victor Turner, Joseph Roach, Michel Foucault, and Judith Butler, among others, to lay the bedrock on which to build the scaffolding of the argument, Perez Montijo uses the earlier works of Earl Lovelace to speak intelligently about The Dragon Can't Dance (1979), The Wine of Astonishment (1982), and Lovelace's 1996 novel, the one winning him the Commonwealth Writer's Prize, Salt.
Lovelace paso la prueba y esto se ve en la pelicula en escenas que funcionan como veredicto de la propia pelicula.
In 1972, Lovelace (Amanda Seyfried) was only 21 when she left her conservative parents' home-and, with it, her deeply Catholic upbringing-for her sweet-talking husband-manager, Chuck Traynor (Peter Sarsgaard), who turned her into the poster girl for the sexual revolution.
With chapters like "Franklyn Batting," an homage to West Indian cricket, Dorlene's miraculous "Funeral," and "Arlene's Zipper," Lovelace demonstrates his narrative wizardry in transforming concrete detail into something greater.
In fact, the title Lovelace derives its market appeal entirely from decades of cultural cache embodied in the trademarked name Linda Lovelace," Arrow wrote in its complaint.
Like computing pioneer Ada Lovelace, lesser-known women like Adele Goldstine used their skills to not only gain a thorough understanding of the cutting edge technology of their time, but they also used their skills to communicate with others.