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Bill has just completed his Masters by Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Wollongong. His research topic was in Lattice Based Cryptography.

Bill is currently working as a sub-contractor for small companies and organisations developing desktop and/or web-based applications.


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answered Whence came the usage of the word “product” in cosmetology (specifically hair care)?
Aug
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answered Expression for advantages of solution being disadvantages of alternatives
Aug
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answered How can the word 'priori' be used?
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awarded  Commentator
Aug
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comment Translation of Soccer term: disarm
Note that the word "tackle" is used in other sports like Aussie Rules and Rugby and, while the aim of the tackle is to "take possession of the ball", it often results in the opponent losing possession of the ball to a penalty or another player.
Aug
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answered Translation of Soccer term: disarm
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answered Number that should be used here
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awarded  Supporter
Aug
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comment How do you correctly say large numbers
@Randolf - How true!!! I should have known, as I am a computer nerd....LOL
Aug
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answered How do you correctly say large numbers
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awarded  Teacher
Aug
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answered Words that can be repeated and still make sense
Aug
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comment Appropriate use of the term “transversely”
@Johathan Leffler - Actually, I have taken the paragraph out of its context. The sentence prior to this paragraph referred to a random selection of values between -n and n, hence the 'range' of values. Maybe I should have used 'smaller' or 'larger' range, instead.
Aug
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comment Appropriate use of the term “transversely”
@GEdgar (and others) - I take back what I said about your argument being the contrapositive. It is the inverse which, in fact, is the correct answer. Sorry about that - it's been a long day.... :-(
Aug
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comment Appropriate use of the term “transversely”
Thanks for that @Peter Shor. Like I noted in my reply to Hack Saw, I believe "inversely" is the more correct term to use but, just to be on the safe side, I have resorted to using "In Contrast..." as noted by Fraser. I definitely WON'T be using the term "Contrapositively..." LOL.
Aug
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comment Appropriate use of the term “transversely”
Thanks for that @Hack Saw. Although I do believe your suggestion of using the term "inversely" more accurately reflects what I want to describe, I think I will stick to "In contrast..." just to be on the safe side.
Aug
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comment Appropriate use of the term “transversely”
Thanks for that @Fraser Orr. I think I will stick to "In contrast..." just to be on the safe side.