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Brent Grimes

Brent Omar Grimes is an American football cornerback, a free agent. He played college football at Shippensburg University and signed with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent in 2006. Grimes was allocated to the Hamburg Sea Devils of NFL Europa in 2006 and was part of the team that won World Bowl XV. On May 16, 2006, the Atlanta Falcons signed Grimes to three-year, $1.08 million contract after he went undrafted in the 2006 NFL Draft. During training camp, Grimes competed for a roster spot as a backup cornerback and special teams player, he competed against Chris Cash, Allen Rossum, Omare Lowe before sustaining a groin injury. He was subsequently waived by the Atlanta Falcons during training camp. On January 10, 2007, the Atlanta Falcons signed Grimes to a reserve/futures contract and allocated him to play overseas in NFL Europa. Grimes was acquired by the Amsterdam Admirals before becoming a part of the Rhein Fire and joined the Hamburg Sea Devils, he started at cornerback for the Sea Devils and helped them achieve a 7–3 record and finish first in their division.

On June 23, 2007, Grimes appeared in World Bowl XV and was part of the Hamburg Sea Devils team that defeated the Frankfurt Galaxy 37–28. After winning World Bowl XV, Grimes returned to the Atlanta Falcons and attended organized team activities and training camp. Throughout camp, Grimes competed against Antoine Harris and David Irons for a job as a backup cornerback and special teams player. On September 2, 2007, the Atlanta Falcons waived Grimes as part of their final roster cuts, but re-signed him to their practice squad the following day. On December 17, 2007, the Atlanta Falcons promoted Grimes to their active roster after cornerback Lewis Sanders tore his pectoral muscle and was placed on injured reserve. On December 12, 2007, head coach Bobby Petrino resigned from his position after only 13 games where the Falcons finished with a 3–10 record. Petrino decided to accept the vacant head coaching job at Arkansas after quarterback Michael Vick was arrested for operating an unlawful interstate dog fighting venture.

Interim head coach Emmitt Thomas named Grimes the third cornerback on the depth chart, behind DeAngelo Hall and Chris Houston. On December 23, 2007, Grimes made his professional regular season debut and recorded a season-high 11 combined tackles during a 30–27 loss at the Arizona Cardinals in Week 16, he completed his rookie season in 2007 with 12 combined tackles in zero starts. Throughout training camp, Grimes competed to be a starting cornerback after DeAngelo Hall was traded to the Oakland Raiders, he competed against Von Hutchins, David Irons, Chevis Jackson. Grimes rose up the depth chart and surprised many analysts with his performances in training camp; the Atlanta Falcons' new head coach, Mike Smith, named Grimes a starting cornerback to begin the 2008 regular season, along with Chris Houston. He made his first career start in the Atlanta Falcons' season-opener against the Washington Redskins and recorded a season-high six solo tackles in their 34–21 victory. On September 21, 2008, Grimes made one tackle, two pass deflections, made his first career interception off a pass by quarterback Tyler Thigpen during a 38–14 win against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3.

The following week, he collected a season-high ten combined tackles and broke up a pass in the Falcons' 24–9 loss at the Carolina Panthers in Week 4. In Week 8, Grimes was benched in favor of Domonique Foxworth during the Falcons' loss at the Philadelphia Eagles. On November 6, 2008, head coach Mike Smith stated Domonique Foxworth would remain the starter for the rest of the season, he was inactive for a Week 11 loss to the Denver Broncos due to an ankle injury. Grimes was sidelined for three more games after injuring his knee, he completed the 2008 season with 34 combined tackles, six passes defensed, an interception in 12 games and six starts. The Atlanta Falcons finished second in the NFC South with an 11–5 record and clinched a wildcard berth. On January 3, 2009, Grimes appeared in his first career playoff game as the Falcons lost 30–24 at the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Wildcard Game. During training camp, Grimes competed for a job as a starting cornerback against Chris Owens, Von Hutchins, Chevis Jackson, David Irons.

Head coach Mike Smith named Grimes and Chris Houston the starting cornerbacks to begin the regular season. On November 22, 2009, Grimes collected a season-high ten combined tackles, two pass deflections, an interception during a 34–31 loss at the New York Giants. In Week 15, he recorded six solo tackles, deflected two passes, intercepted two pass attempts by quarterback Mark Sanchez in the Falcons' 10–7 victory at the New York Jets; the following week, Grimes collected a season-high nine solo tackles, a pass deflection, an interception during a 31–3 win against the Buffalo Bills in Week 16. On December 29, 2009, it was announced that Grimes was selected to be an alternate for the 2010 Pro Bowl. On January 3, 2010, Grimes made two solo tackles, a season-high three pass deflections, intercepted a pass by Josh Freeman in a 20–10 victory at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 17, his interception marked his third consecutive game with a pick. Grimes finished the 2009 season with 66 combined tackles, 13 pass deflections, a season-high six interceptions in 16 games and eight starts.

During training camp, Grimes competed for a job as a starting cornerback against Chris Owens. Head coach Mike Smith named Grimes and newly acquired free agent Dunta Robinson the starting cornerbacks to begin the 2010 regular season. On October 17, 2010, Grimes collected a season-high 12 combined tackles and a pass deflection in the Falcons' 31–17

Ants climbing a tree

Ants climbing a tree is a classic Sichuan dish in Chinese cuisine. The name of the dish in Chinese, has been translated as "ants climbing a tree", "ants on the tree", "ants creeping up a tree", "ants climbing a hill" or "ants climbing a log", it is so called because the dish has bits of ground meat clinging to noodles, evoking an image of ants walking on twigs. The dish consists of ground meat, such as pork, cooked in a sauce and poured over bean thread noodles. Other ingredients in the dish may include rice vinegar, soy sauce, vegetable oil, sesame oil, garlic and chili paste. To make the "ants", meat is marinated for a short time at room temperature while the noodles are soaked to soften. In a wok, oil is heated until smoking; the scallions and ginger are cooked in the wok before the marinated meat is added. The softened noodles are added to the wok to soak up juices. Dry noodles that have not yet been softened can be fried in hot oil to add texture to the dish; the noodles will puff and can be removed with a bamboo or stainless wire skimmer set on paper towels to drain before adding to the rest of the dish.

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Wolfram Language

The Wolfram Language is a general multi-paradigm computational language developed by Wolfram Research. It emphasizes symbolic computation, functional programming, rule-based programming and can employ arbitrary structures and data. The'Wolfram Language' is a general multi-paradigm computational language developed by Wolfram Research and is the programming language of the mathematical symbolic computation program Mathematica and the Wolfram Programming Cloud, it emphasizes symbolic computation, functional programming, rule-based programming and can employ arbitrary structures and data. It includes built-in functions for generating and running Turing machines, creating graphics and audio, analyzing 3D models, matrix manipulations, solving differential equations, it is extensively documented. Wolfram Language's core principles that differentiate it from other programming languages includes a built-in knowledgebase, automation in the form of meta-algorithms and superfunctions, a coherently elegant design and structure, built-in natural language understanding, representation of everything as a symbolic expression.

The Wolfram Language was released for the Raspberry Pi in 2013 with the goal of making it free for all Raspberry Pi users. It was included in the recommended software bundle that the Raspberry Pi Foundation provides for beginners, which caused some controversy due to the Wolfram language's proprietary nature. Plans to port the Wolfram language to the Intel Edison were announced after the board's introduction at CES 2014. In 2019, a link was added to make Wolfram libraries compatible with the Unity game engine, giving game developers access to the language's high level functions; the language was named in June 2013 although, as the backend of the computing system Mathematica, it has been in use in various forms for over 30 years since Mathematica's initial release. Before 2013, it was internally referred to by several names, such as "M" and "Wolfram Language." Other possible names Wolfram Research considered include "Lingua" and "Express." Stephen Wolfram Wolfram Mathematica Notebook interface Wolfram Research Wolfram Alpha Wolfram Demonstrations Project Documentation for the Wolfram Language An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language The Wolfram Programming Cloud WolframLanguage.org: a guide to community resources about Wolfram Language Something Very Big Is Coming: Our Most Important Technology Project Yet: first announcement of the Wolfram Language in Stephen Wolfram's blog A list of open-source implementations of the Wolfram language