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Boudica's story is the subject of several novels, including books by Rosemary Sutcliff, Roxanne Gregory, Pauline Gedge, Manda Scott, Alan Gold, Diana L. Paxson, David Wishart, George Shipway, Simon Scarrow and J. F. Broxholme ( a pseudonym of Duncan Kyle ).
The Bastard Operator From Hell ( BOFH ), a fictional character created by Simon Travaglia, is a rogue system administrator who takes out his anger on users ( often referred to as lusers ), colleagues, bosses, and anyone else who gets in his way.
Ivan Simon Cary Elwes (; born 26 October 1962 ), known professionally as Cary Elwes, is an English actor and voice actor.
The matter is not so: For Rabbi Akiba was a great scholar of the sages of the Mishnah, and he was the assistant-warrior of the king Ben Coziba Simon bar Kokhba ...
, the board is made up of members of the Clay family, whereas the advisory committee is composed of leading authorities in mathematics, namely Sir Andrew Wiles, Yum-Tong Siu, Richard Melrose, Gregory Margulis, James Carlson, and Simon Donaldson.
It has been argued that, while Hume did not think causation is reducible to pure regularity, he was not a fully fledged realist either: Simon Blackburn calls this a quasi-realist reading.
* In an episode of The Saint television series entitled ' Escape Route ' ( 1966 ), Simon Templar ( Roger Moore ) is sent to Dartmoor to uncover a planned escape.
So Irenaeus tells of the system of Simon Magus, of the system of Menander, of the system of Saturninus, in which the number of these angels is reckoned as seven, and of the system of Carpocrates.
We are told also, that the Demiurge is of a fiery nature, the words of Moses being applied to him,the Lord our God is a burning and consuming fire ,” a text used also by Simon.
Simon Critchley argues in his 1992 book The Ethics of Deconstruction that Derrida's deconstruction is an intrinsically ethical practice.
It is often considered to be related to the phonetically similar Caladbolg, a sword borne by several figures from Irish mythology, although a borrowing of Caledfwlch from Irish Caladbolg has been considered unlikely by Rachel Bromwich and D. Simon Evans.
Rail fins evolved into being and surged into popularity as riders ( Simon Anderson, most famously ) sought a solution to two major performance issues of a central " single " fin-both related to engagement of the foil: For one, a centrally-mounted fin is tilted up out of the water as the board is leaned over, and thus it loses more and more of its lift as the lean angle increases-if the lean angle is acute enough, the fin's tip can be the only area left in the water ; the tip may then rapidly stall and, having lost its lift, become disengaged from the water, leaving the board's bottom as the only control surface still operating.
A modern grimoire is the Simon Necronomicon, named after a fictional book of magic in the stories of author H. P. Lovecraft, and inspired by Babylonian mythology and the Ars Goetia, a section in the Lesser Key of Solomon which concerns the summoning of demons.
Simon is particularly interested in how these factors directly and indirectly influence the making of decisions.
Simon is primarily interested in seeking identification of the individual employee with the organizational goals and values.
While this notion was not entirely new, Simon is best known for its origination.
Satisficing, as defined by Simon, can be applied to library and information science where researchers assess how much information is adequate to meet their information need.
Julian Simon ( 1932 – 1998 ) is the American economist.
For instance, the prediction of less agricultural soil per capita is a trend that Simon observed in The Ultimate Resource which Simon attributed to long-term rises in agricultural productivity.
His brother, Simon, was the company's Tai-pan from 1983 to 1988 and is the 7th Keswick to be Tai-pan.

Simon and also
Simon Keynes and Michael Lapidge suggest this also for Bald's Leechbook and the anonymous Old English Martyrology.
Acts also features an emphasis on prayer and includes a number of notable prayers such as the Believers ' Prayer (), Stephen's death prayer (), and Simon Magus ' prayer ().
In spite of the bitter protest of Simon b. Abba, he also taught his daughters Greek ( Yer.
Some Afrobeat influence can also be found in the music of Vampire Weekend and Paul Simon.
In doing so the bulk of Liberals remained supporting the government, but two distinct Liberal groups had emerged within this bulk – the Liberal Nationals ( officially the " National Liberals " after 1947 ) led by Simon, also known as " Simonites ", and the " Samuelites " or " official Liberals ", led by Samuel who remained as the official party.
Sir John Simon MP, another future Foreign Secretary, was also horrified at the tactics being used.
Following his success on Broadway and on film with The Odd Couple playwright and screenwriter Neil Simon would also be prominent in the 1970s, with films like The Sunshine Boys and California Suite.
Runyon's stories also employ occasional rhyming slang, similar to the cockney variety but native to New York ( e. g.: " Miss Missouri Martin makes the following crack one night to her: ' Well, I do not see any Simple Simon on your lean and linger.
Briton Simon Mann, a former officer in the Special Air Service, led the plot, which also included former members of the South African Army 32 Battalion.
Like many other Christian writers, he also claims that heresy began with Simon Magus, a figure whom receives mention in Acts 8: 9-13 for being a magician from the city of Samaria.
It also included figures such as Mick Jagger, and Paul Simon as themselves, although it also included other members of The Rolling Stones and The Beatles playing various characters as well as numerous recognizable comedy actors, so there was no real intent to fool the audience.
" Simon Blackburn also states that the Golden Rule can be " found in some form in almost every ethical tradition ".
Kushner also wrote a response to Simon Wiesenthal's question of forgiveness in the book The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness.
Simon also collaborated with James G. March on several works in organization theory.
Simon was also interested in how humans learn and, with Edward Feigenbaum, he developed the EPAM ( Elementary Perceiver and Memorizer ) theory, one of the first theories of learning to be implemented as a computer program.
The Indiana Fever of the WNBA, also owned by Melvin & Herb Simon, are the Pacers ' sister team and also play in the Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Julian Simon also may refer to:
The 5th generation of Keswicks are also active within the organisation, Ben Keswick, son of Simon, is group managing director of Jardine, Cycle & Carriage in Singapore and Adam Keswick, son of Sir Chips Keswick is in charge of Jardine Pacific and Jardine Motors Group in Hong Kong.
* 1265 – In Westminster, the first English parliament conducts its first meeting held by Simon de Montfort in the Palace of Westminster, now also known colloquially as the " Houses of Parliament ".
His youngest daughter, Eleanor, married William Marshal's son, also called William, and later the famous English rebel Simon de Montfort.
He and Simon also launched their own short-lived comic company, Mainline Publications.

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