An autistic number-cruncher
works for criminals as an accountant.
Ethan is a Wall Street "quant", a number-cruncher
who devises an algorithm that exploits and worsens international financial instability for short-term gain.
With Gavin O'Connor the top choice to direct Bill Dubuque's original script about a mild-mannered number-cruncher
who moonlights as a hit man, Warner Bros, is casting about for a star.
But the bubbly 18-year-old is far from the pen-pushing number-cruncher
people nor-mally associate with account-ants.
But he was crowned "Britain's Brainiest Footballer" in an ITV show hosted by former Countdown number-cruncher
Carol Vorderman, in January, 2002, seeing off a panel of 12 including England World Cup winner George Cohen and legendary striker Malcolm Macdonald.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown tells viewers in a video message that he could have done with the help of number-cruncher
Vorderman when he was Chancellor.
Gary Parker has pledged to stay in touch with his clients even when he's climbing Mount Everest
All the heavy CFD work, such as mesh generation, solving, and posting, is done on a big number-cruncher
somewhere else (the server).
and database analyst Andrew Simmonds.
questions at the morning-after press conference by quoting that legendary number-cruncher
, Tom Brokaw.
Nearly all thought that the vision statement moves the profession away from the role of number-cruncher
toward a more desirable role focused on interpretation and value-added service.
But not the little number-cruncher
developed at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, N.