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CVC 6.5 adds precisely controllable net toggle recording and reporting along with simplified test bench toggle result merging. CPU cores process and output FST value changes. "With CVC's high speed and recent improvements in computer performance,
He's not lazy or singularly egotistical, just calmly unaffected by the need to impressor perhaps even expressthrough his music...Sections of extended riffing on a single theme last just longer than expected, and the result is akin to being lulled
February 2, 2013 Resident of Mountain View Our beloved husband, daddy, papa and gramps passed away peacefully on February 2, 2013 surrounded by his family. Walter was a longtime resident of the bay area, living in Mountain View for the past 40 years.
Video Pictures Stories Sean Bennett, who lives and works on Miami Beach, doesn't venture onto mainland Miami often. But he recently found himself at Gramps, a new bar in Wynwood. You just can't find places like this on the beach, Bennett said.
Sam Hockley-Smith The first time I saw Gobby perform, he was playing drums with Hype Williams during their perplexing set at Unsound Festival New York. After what felt like an eternity of the same clipped sample being repeated over and over, Hype
01, Globes' correspondent Pango Inc. has launched its mobile parking app in New York City, with the first smart garage located at East 77th Street and Lexington Avenue, "TechCrunch" reports. The app is available on iOS, Android, and BlackBerry
Or just plain Rock & Roll Barely a year old, 83MPH has already made its presence felt. MPH No, this is not an article about a new speed limit in Chennai, nor is it anything traffic-related. It's about a group of six young musicians who got together
Carol Stream residents visited the Aldrin Community Center on Sunday to say goodbye one final time before the building is retired after more than 40 years of service. The center, which the Carol Stream Park District opened in 1970, will be demolished
Delights of Pango Terrace John Fox 24 September 2011 opinion When I got an invitation to try a lunch at the new Pango Terrace I was quick to take it up ... Well, not quite so quickly, because I waited for the first warm day of a few cold weeks.
Karen Prescott, the principal of Barstow Memorial, never expected that her 33 elementary and middle school students who live on the other side of the mountain would make it in that first day. Hurricane Irene had washed away large stretches of the