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Alph quickly discovers that the native Pikmin are happy to help.
Our C-Scape entry this month profiles another open innovation pioneer, Alph Bingham, the founder (and co-inventor) of InnoCentive.
Capability: The Alph NG app performs quick natural gas process calculations, including two- and three-phase flash calculations, phase envelopes, hydrate temperature, and pressure prediction.
Stavans elaborates by citing aleph as an important classical reference in poetry, pointing out that Samuel Taylor Coleridge, in his poem "Kubla Khan," anointed the secret river that "ran through caverns measureless to man down to a sunless sea," as Alph, a variation of aleph.
Roger teal's foray into training jumpers could not have worked out any better as the giant Alph caused an equally large upset in the pounds 20,000 WBX.COM Hurdle at Kempton yesterday.
ALPH - a final fence fall in the novice chase at Plump-ton may have scuppered his chance of a first win over fences, but the 10-year-old forced 2-7 favourite Phar Bleu to pull out all the stops running to the last.
The Paul Nichollstrained 2-7 favourite soon led but was harried along by Alph swinging off the final bend.
Tsur therefore pays particular attention to the lines "Where Alph, the sacred river, ran / Through caverns measureless to man / Down to a sunless sea." Unfortunately, there almost certainly are strong syntactically defined pauses here (assuming that we do not interpret "ran through" to mean "pierced").
Alph Bingham's company, InnoCentive, Inc., uses a network of scientists to work on problems that are presented to the community.
There was an element of deja vu to the triumph of Royal Shakespeare over Alph in the Agfa UK Hurdle.
The German Shepherd is Alph, because he's the boss and in the wild alpha is the top dog.