- n. A male given name.
- n. ancient Greek philosopher who formulated paradoxes that defended the belief that motion and change are illusory (circa 495-430 BC)
- n. ancient Greek philosopher who founded the Stoic school (circa 335-263 BC)
- Via Latin Zēno, from Ancient Greek Ζήνων (Zēnōn), an ancient derivative of Ζεύς (Zeus). (Wiktionary)
“At 17 inches tall and 6 pounds, the artificial Zeno is the culmination of five years of work by Hanson and a small group of engineers, designers and programmers at his company, Hanson Robotics.”
“David Hanson, Founder of Hanson Robotics believes the “technology incorporated in Zeno has a huge potential for the consumer home entertainment market.””
“Martin Zeno scored 21 points to lead the Red Raiders, but leading scorer Jarrius Jackson finished with 10 points on 4-for-14 shooting - significantly below his Big 12 Conference-leading 20. 2-point scoring average.”
“While Jackson struggled, Martin Zeno and reserve Tanner Ogden kept the Red Raiders 'offense going.”
“This year, it's coming to Xbox Live Arcade under the name Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition.”
“All this said, I fucking love beating the shit out of everyone in Zeno Clash.”
“ACE Team PR - Chile-based developer of PC action title Zeno Clash appoints Clever Communications.”
“This mathematical puzzle called Zeno's Paradox says that, assuming their speeds didn't vary though one ran fast and the other slow, by the time Achilles covered 10 metres, the tortoise would have moved two metres further.”
“For there was a man of genius called Zeno, and the disciples of his teaching are called Stoics.”
“The new design includes a quantum trick called the Zeno effect.”
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