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DARE

Differential Analyzer REplacement. A family of simulation languages for continuous systems.

["Digital Continuous System Simulation", G.A. Korn et al, P-H 1978].
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Her main focus will be on our Daring Goals and her experience from initiatives where companies, the public sector, academia and civil society work closely together will be useful in her role at Telia Company.
More than 200 members of Daring's crew took part in a church service on board as the ship sailed past the designated Protected Place, paying their respects to those fallen in conflicts past and present.
She added that daring also means introducing new topics and ideas that are yet to be tackled on the big screen.
FINISHING TOUCHES: Seaman Sean Dobson gives the ship's bell a polish aboard HMS Daring.
John Hopper, a 28-year-old supermarket worker from Middlesbrough, said: "I used to do scaffolding - that was pretty daring.
HMS Daring is part of the most powerful destroyer class ever built in the UK.
Daring on six categories: policy and governance, planning and assessment, instructional leadership, organizational management, communications and community relations and professionalism.
THE double-act in a daring new comedy show have revealed they were drunk when they hit on the idea.
But according to Latisha Daring, fashion stylist and owner of the Brooklyn, New York, boutique Pieces, this season men will have options of simple touches to transform standard business attire.
The Unique's architectural daring is the result of the collaborative efforts of Siaulys, architect Ruy Ohtake and architect and interior designer Joao Armentano.
While you were shooting this sexually daring movie role, your husband, John, was headlining that sexually daring musical, Cabaret.