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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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Accordingly, Sese submitted after their ordeal, many are still in shock from the sudden attack launched by the dare-devil sea robbers on the waterways.
0871 472 0400 FA M I LY Zippo's Circus Thrill to the dare-devil Wheel of Death and the trapeze; admire the artistry of Zippo's horses, cats and budgies; gasp at the Kenya Boys' acrobatics; and laugh at Mr Lorenzo's clowning.
Quest Arabiya previously called on its audience to submit action videos of viewers carrying out adrenalin fuelled activities or dare-devil stunts for the final episode of extreme sports and action programme Pulse of Adventure.
The dare-devil, known as Spiderman, completed the ascent of Dubai's 75-storey Cayan Tower in just over an hour.
A SKYDIVING centre based at Durham Tees Valley Airport is holding a dare-devil charity event.
DARE-DEVIL magician Aaron Crow is set to perform his most dangerous stunt yet - throwing a knife at Simon Cowell's head.
10&11 AWAYDAYS Dare-devil skier Lisa Walsh takes her two kids and husband on a luxury Chilly Powder break in the French Alps.
Celebration, wine and red scarves are the hallmarks of the week long festival that ends on July 14th and tests the skill of dare-devil runners who practice throughout the year to take on bulls that weigh over 500 kilos.
Pelly has been friends with Dean since he was very young but while he's always gone along with his dare-devil schemes, things are getting very dangerous.
EVEL: THE HIGH FLYING LIFE OF EVEL KNIEVEL: AMERICAN SHOWMAN, DAREDEVIL, AND LEGEND provides a fine new biography of Evel Knievel, a dare-devil stunt man who is best known for successfully pulling off some of the most outrageous and dangerous stunts in the country.
Explosions wowed spectators at Southport Beach as one youngster sat on a car roof to get a better view of the aerial action Crowds gathered at Southport Airshow to watch aerial stunts including helicopters meeting in the sky, dare-devil dives by the Red Arrows, left, and wingwalkers, right Purchase: www.
Expect drama, fun and entertainment as they perform a series of dare-devil jumps with their usual gear - a stretcher.