puzzel

Related to puzzel: riddles, Word puzzle

puzzel

(ˈpʌzəl)
n
another name for pucelle
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 7, 2019-: CX Rockstar takes to the stage at Puzzel Get Connected 2019
Puzzel UK, a leading provider of cloud-based contact centre solutions, is hosting Get Connected 2019, its annual event for contact centre professionals on Thursday, 19th September at the China Exchange, a former BT telephone exchange in London's Chinatown.
Contract notice: school "de puzzel": construction of a new school (divercity site)
Due to the fact that individually both Precision and Recall provide only a puzzel piece of classifier performance, they are combined to form Precision-Recall curve which presents relationship between them in more meaningful manner.
Pucelle or puzzel, Dolphin or dogfish, Your hearts I'll stamp out with my horse's heels, And make a quagmire of your mingled brains.
See also' Shakespeare's 1 Henry VI, where Lord Talbot says, "Pucelle or puzzel, dolphin or dogfish" (I.iv.112).
Shakespeare seems to intend a kind of pervasive wordplay on "Pucelle" (= maid, virgin), Joan's sobriquet, and "puzzel" (cf.
Details: 0151 425 4706 PRENTON: Local bands Qubis, Parker and munky puzzel will be appearing at the Gladstone Theatre, Wood Street, Port Sunlight village on Sunday.
This bad faith appears as two kinds: one, like that of Joan La Pucelle, which creates a confusion of character; and another, common among the English, which appears as "oath-breaking" and the adoption of "politic attitudes." Early, Joan's identity is put into doubt by Charles, who addresses her as "Excellent Pucelle, if thy name be so" (1.2.110), and the enigma is carried over into Talbot's dismissal of her as "Pucelle or puzzel" (1.4.107) and a consistently ambiguous characterization of her by both the French and the English.
Indeed, observations on ECM roots are scarce and more observations in Neotropics are still required to correct sampling bias, and to answer more specific puzzels and challenges (Roy et al., 2017).
(2011) Elementary, My Dear Visitors: How puzzels, mysteries and challenges can create memorable learning experiences.