American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Boole, George 1815-1864. British mathematician and logician who developed a calculus of symbolic logic.
- n. English mathematician; creator of Boolean algebra (1815-1864)
“I am the head of a private equity concern called Boole Group Partners.”
“Contemporaries such as Boole and Robertson were very critical towards Jevons's use of mathematical symbols in logic.”
“I firmly believe that by basing the Babbage-Boole Rodulator on binary operations, and by designing the mechanisms of the machine in a modular style, more concentration can be put on the actual mathematical operations of the machine rather than on the mechanics of the machine itself.”
“The authorities initially denied N'Dour a broadcast license saying the channel would be influenced by "foreigners" funding the station, prompting him to launch a movement called "Fekke Ma Ci Boole" FMCB in the Wolof language.”
“White is the name assoiated with the Bantry Estate Papers which are in the Boole Library, UCC, Cork.”
“Then in the 1850s George Boole pointed out that logic was really just like mathematics — and that one could use mathematical methods to work out questions in logic.”
“Her opposite number at the WCTU, Ella Boole, was opposite in countless ways.”
“Some histories, apparently drawing on an article that appeared in Time in 1932, say that Sabin was motivated to come out as a public dry in response to a statement made by Ella Boole, head of the WCTU, at a congressional hearing.”
“In meetings with Ella Boole of the WCTU, Scott McBride of the ASL, and other dry leaders, Willebrandt insisted that she remained committed to the cause.”
“Because the Boole Group Partners has made an offer to purchase Hi-T Composites.”
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