from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Wiener, Norbert 1894-1964. American mathematician who founded the field of cybernetics.
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- n. United States mathematician and founder of cybernetics (1894-1964)
- n. a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked; often served on a bread roll
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Jon Wiener is a historian who investigated what the FBI and the INS did to Lennon between 1971 and 1972.
The savage Wiener is one of the rare Reichwhiners who leaves little doubt about where he resides on the “evil vs. stupid continuum”.
Missy, the youngest Wiener, is on her way to coolness and stands as a constant reminder of where her older siblings fall short.
Kristin Wiener scored 14 points before fouling out in the second half and Mary Basic added nine points on three 3-pointers for
Epstein's portrait of Wiener is affectionate, but it's the image of the prototypical eccentric geek: a plump, odd-looking man who dressed strangely, wandered into other professors 'classrooms to write on their blackboards while they were lecturing, and who suffered from eyesight so poor that "he could see where he was going only by tilting his head up to peer over the tops of the thick, black frames of his glasses," Epstein writes.
Jon Wiener is the author of Gimme Some Truth: The John Lennon FBI Files.
Jon Wiener is the author of "Gimme Some Truth: The John Lennon FBI Files."
The simplest type of diffusion is Brownian motion, (also termed a Wiener process), which is a simple random walk in which the increments between random variables St have a normal distribution with a mean value of zero.
Valerie, to whom we've not yet been properly introduced, unpacks a ninja doll and tells us she used to shop at a store called Wiener's.
On the phone, in public, he is more likely to be called Wiener than Dad.
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