Some articles on field, man field, fields, man:
... by the Roland Garros Open, being the First Grand Slam tournament, but with a lesser field, missing several of the best clay court players (Santana, Okker, Newcombe, Roche and the 6 other WCT players) ... Next probably came the first Pacific Southwest Open in Los Angeles (64-man field, played on hardcourt) with all the best players present ...
... British Pakistani scientist in the fields of Microelectronics and electrical engineering ... for his invention of dynamic programming in 1953, and important contributions in other fields of mathematics ... as the presenter and writer of the 1973 BBC television documentary series, The Ascent of Man, and the accompanying book ...
Famous quotes containing the words field and/or man:
“In the quilts I had found good objectshospitable, warm, with soft edges yet resistant, with boundaries yet suggesting a continuous safe expanse, a field that could be bundled, a bundle that could be unfurled, portable equipment, light, washable, long-lasting, colorful, versatile, functional and ornamental, private and universal, mine and thine.”
—Radka Donnell-Vogt, U.S. quiltmaker. As quoted in Lives and Works, by Lynn F. Miller and Sally S. Swenson (1981)
“The secret thoughts of a man run over all things, holy, profane, clean, obscene, grave, and light, without shame or blame.”
—Thomas Hobbes (15881679)