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wolfram:

see tungstentungsten
[Swed.,=heavy stone], metallic chemical element; symbol W; at. no. 74; at. wt. 183.84; m.p. about 3,410°C;; b.p. 5,660°C;; sp. gr. 19.3 at 20°C;; valence +2, +3, +4, +5, or +6.
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wolfram

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With reference to a previous ASX release dated 6 September 2010, Planet Metals is pleased to announce it has finalised and signed a Share Sale Agreement with Tropical Metals Pty Ltd in respect of Planet Metals' 100% owned subsidiary, Wolfram Camp Mining Pty Ltd ("WCMPL") for a total sale price (including deposits) of A$7.
There's lots, though, and Wolfram says he's in it for the long-term so watch this space as Wolfram Alpha grows and gets smarter.
Dr Wolfram, 49, said: "Fifty years ago, when computers were young, people assumed that they'd be able to ask a computer any factual question, and have it compute the answer.
Fifty years ago," said Stephen Wolfram, the founder and CEO of Wolfram Research, "when computers were young, people assumed that they'd be able to ask a computer any factual question, and have it compute the answer.
Wolfram Alpha's creator, British-born physicist Stephen Wolfram said that thanks to "algorithms and heuristics, lots of linguistic discovery and linguistic curation, and some serious theoretical breakthroughs", the tool is able to understand even complex human language to provide the correct answer.
As the guiding principle of this biography, Wolfram states that he intended to "tell Conrad's story in modern language, from a modern perspective, and with an eye to modern modes of interpretation" (p.
Indeed, he claims, in a lively little quest narrative of his own, to have found in a museum not far from Eschenbach the particular specimen that he thinks inspired Wolfram.
The answer is to be found in the fact that Wolfram has written something of a rarity amongst the plethora of biographies of medieval royalty that jostle for precedence on the academic bookshelf: an interesting and thought-provoking book.
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Lederer's expertise in merchandising and operations will ensure Duane Reade's continued progress, added Wolfram.
Secondly, building on readings of Parzival which see the Grail realm depicted there as a vague, impracticable ideal, far from the model of a workable society, Thomas proposes that Wirnt undertook to construct in the last third of his work the pattern of an order based on Arthurian chivalric principles and underpinned by Christian convictions, a dispensation which also addresses the issue of reconciling 'Cross and Crescent' more pragmatically than Wolfram does (p.