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Nimrod,

in the Bible, descendant of Cush who is recorded as a mighty hunter.
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Nimrod

Biblical hunter of great prowess. [O.T.: Genesis 10:9; Br. Lit.: Paradise Lost]
See: Hunting
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Nimrod

Old Testament a hunter, who was famous for his prowess (Genesis 10:8--9)
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To determine optimal conditions of both calcination temperature and time for the preparation of adequate adsorbent from sugar scum powder, the responses are optimized simultaneously using the desirability function included in the NEMROD software.
After the calculation by the NEMROD software, the response surface corresponding to the maximum of the global desirability function D, where there are optimal conditions for the preparation of adsorbent with high yield and good quality, is presented as a three-dimensional plot in Figure 3.
With the help of some modern Arabic speakers and some accomodation to the modern system of Arabic transliteration, Lemay interprets Nimrod's apparent babble "Rafel mai amech zabi almi" (Inferno 31.67) as "Ghafel ma 'i 'ameq za bi-'ilmi" which would mean: This abyss and myself are reduced to abject stupidity because of science (or because of my science) ("Le Nemrod" 78-79).
"Le Nemrod de l' 'Enfer' de Dante et le 'Liber Nemroth'" Studi danteschi 40 (1963): 57-128.
Meanwhile, power-hungry media mogul Nemrod (Tcheky Karyo) is pushing ahead with his nefarious scheme to steal the stone.
Optimal extraction conditions: powder to water ratio of 0.1625, extracting temperature of 90[degrees]C, agitation speed of 400 rpm, and NaCl concentration of 1.5 g/L were determined using Nemrod W software.