The most complete form of accuracy consists in giving correct answers to questions, an achievement in which

calculating machines far surpass human beings.

Manufacture of

calculating machines, adding machines, cash registers, calculators and manufacture of bills/coin counting and coin wrapping machinery - 2,004 workers

1623: Blaise Pascal, French mathematician and philosopher who invented the first

calculating machines, was born.

The Analytical Engine does not occupy common ground with mere "

calculating machines" ...

Lizotte's business began as Roland's Office Supply and is now Roland's Business Systems, selling and servicing business machines in a changing technology environment that once included only "adding and

calculating machines, typewriters, time clocks, duplicating machines, mimeograph machines, and addressing equipment,'' according to a Telegram story from the 1970s.

From hand-cranked mechanical

calculating machines of the 1920s to the Palm Folio mobile companion of 2006, the book is full of weird and wonderful machinery.

Request for registration of maintenance contractors for the maintenance of typewriters,

calculating machines, copiers, computers, air conditioners, measuring instruments, also scientific & medical instruments.

(Despite his best efforts, this project stalled during implementation.) He also designed and built several working prototypes of an innovative

calculating machine which employed his idea of a stepped drum (Staffelwalze) or "Leibniz wheel." This technology continued to be used in

calculating machines for more than 200 years and was also central to Leibniz's idea for an Enigma-like cipher machine that would have essentially automated the process of encoding or decoding messages using a remarkably sophisticated polyalphabetic substitution pattern.

There were 12 accounts clerks, all World War II veterans, and the head of the three young girls who worked the

calculating machines, "Battling Bailey".

Published -- Sunday 25 August 2013LONDON: It will take someone with pretty deep pockets to purchase and transport what is being described by auction house Christie's as one of four surviving 17th-century French "pocket"

calculating machines, to be sold in London in October.

that people are

calculating machines or that they see the world cleanly and uniformly) and what BE suggests is indeed real and represents a huge opportunity for marketers.