Monte Carlo method

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Monte Carlo method

a computer trial or study which uses random numbers in the simulation and analysis of complex relationships and events.
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Thus he sought pathetically enough to ingratiate himself with the young, and to prove to them beyond a doubt that though married to a ninny of a wife, and rather pale and bent and careworn by his weight of learning, he was as much alive as the youngest of them all.
And of course he's listening to her like a perfect ninny.
Don't quote that old ninny to me," cried Miss Cornelia.
I mean, I restored him to the bosom of the club, and compassionating the feebleness of his health and extreme lowness of his spirits, I recommended him to "take a little wine for his stomach's sake," and, when he was sufficiently re-established, to embrace the media-via, ni-jamais-ni-toujours plan - not to kill himself like a fool, and not to abstain like a ninny - in a word, to enjoy himself like a rational creature, and do as I did; for, don't think, Helen, that I'm a tippler; I'm nothing at all of the kind, and never was, and never shall be.
I was thinking of the younger son, whom I once classed as a ninny, but who came back so ill from Nigeria.
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