[ US /ˈmɛɫən/ ]
  1. United States financier and philanthropist (1855-1937)
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  • Simon Derrick, of Bank of New York Mellon, said the move was fuelling speculation that Beijing was involved in backdoor deals with the US administration to nudge its currency upwards. China's interest rate rise sends global markets into turmoil
  • In the US, the ultra-affluent knew they were barely taxed so they made up for it with personal and dynastic philanthropy: think Carnegie, Mellon and Rockefeller.
  • Today at Boing Boing Gadgets, we helped Carnegie Mellon University make AI smarter by playing casual games; saw Intel announce and unannounce an Atom-based iphone; confused Shoryuken for Schubert; and found that MSI's Wind subnotebook is as good as the Eee PC. Boing Boing
  • I've been hanging around at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute, the largest center for robotics in the world, watching these guys build and test robots.
  • In my version Roslin would have ushered in a new, if not utopic era of human/machine merging in and attempt to envision a more hopeful alternative for both -- one that scholars like Donna Haraway and Carnegie Mellon robotics researcher Hans Moravec have been written about and championing for years. MIND MELD: If We Ran Battlestar Galactica
  • Mellon herself is keeping schtum, because she is officially a Choo employee until the end of the year. Jimmy Choo shoe queen Tamara Mellon keeps fans guessing over her next steps
  • Colossians 2: 17, the type is said to be skia ton mellonton "a shadow of things to come"; in Hebrews 9: 9, it is called parabole, a The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner
  • BNY Mellon provided the pension funds with what are known as "custodial" and back-office financial services. States Go After Big Bank on Forex
  • In a paper to be presented later this month, George Loewenstein, a professor of economics and psychology at Carnegie Mellon University, studied people who underwent colostomies, or intestinal bypasses. Nothing Can Kill
  • HL.CHY, M. and SAMSINAKOVA, A. (1989) Comparative study on the susceptibility of adult Sitophilus granarius L. Coleoptera, Curculionidae and larval Galleria mellonella L. L.pidoptera, Pyralidae to the entomogenous fungus Beauveria bassiana Bals. Chapter 10
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