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  • Robert W Floyd (June 8, 1936 – September 25, 2001) was an American computer scientist, and winner of the 1978 Turing Award. Proceedings of Symposium
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  • consist largely of matching languages to the design methods they support. Robert Floyd , The Paradigms of Programming, 1978 Turing Award Lecture, Communications
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  • over the period of the last several months. Remark during testimony of Floyd McKissick before a Senate subcommittee of which Kennedy was a member (December
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  • How can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat! Teacher, Pink Floyd The Wall (1982). It is meat, drink, and cloth to us. François Rabelais
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  • Delaunay, Robert DeLay, Tom Delbrück, Max Delchev, Gotse Deleuze, Gilles Delgado, Santiago Martínez Delille, Jacques DeLillo, Don Dell, Floyd Dellinger
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  • Mayne, William Mayo, DeBarra Mayo, Isabella Fyvie Mays, Willie Mayweather, Floyd, Jr. Mazzini, Giuseppe Mazur, Eric Mbeki, Thabo McAdams, Rachel McAfee
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  • Neil Flint, Eric Flint, F. S. Flood, Curt Flowers, Brandon Floyd, Robert W Fludd, Robert Fluke, Sandra Flür, Wolfgang Flusser, Vilem Flynn, Errol Flynn
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  • The only thing that makes it look light is the sun. Gerry Driscoll, Pink Floyd, "Eclipse", The Dark Side of the Moon. Remember now thy Creator in the
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  • capabilities whose content was well worth the sacrifice of visual form. Robert Floyd, "The Paradigms of Programming", 1978 Turing Award Lecture, Communications
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  • Death (section W)
    Richard Christian Matheson Death is for the living and not for the dead. Floyd McClure in Gates of Heaven (1980) There is no death! the stars go down
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  • Money (section W)
    Money doesn't make me; I make money. Without money, I'd be the same person. Floyd Mayweather, interview with Jim Gray (September 2015), ShowTime, Home Box
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  • leaving the students to discover, on their own, some process of design. Robert Floyd (1979) "The Paradigms of Programming" 1978 Turing Award Lecture. Communications
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  • Capitalism (section W-X)
    Money doesn't make me; I make money. Without money, I'd be the same person. Floyd Mayweather, interview with Jim Gray (September 2015), ShowTime, Home Box
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  • Texas (section W)
    spread by our energetic ladies and our worthy citizen and coadjuntor, R. B. Floyd. At 3:30 the people were called together in the amphitheater to hear the
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  • Control (section W)
    Roger Waters, in "Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2" on The Wall (Pink Floyd, 1979) People with real power never fear of losing it. People with control
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  • Race (section W)
    selective criteria for where the line might be. Mike Lopresti, "Outrage to Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s racist rant still missing" (9 September 2010), USA Today
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  • its GNP to the starving nations. David Gilmour Comment regarding the Pink Floyd reunion concert to protest G8 policies, as quoted in The Scotsman (June
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  • Poke Linda Haynes - Carol Everett McGill - Eddie Caldwell Joe Spinell - Floyd Birdwell Val Avery - Wendel Wikipedia has an article about: Brubaker
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  • capabilities whose content was well worth the sacrifice of visual form. Robert Floyd, "The Paradigms of Programming", 1978 Turing Award Lecture, Communications
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  • back. Roger Waters, lyrics of Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert by Pink Floyd, about the sinking of cruiser ARA General Belgrano Thatcher could congratulate
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