101 Uses For Your Burn. by Dorothy M. Winchester.
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One Hundred One Uses for Your Burned Out Computer.
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He tried to work up enough saliva in his mouth to spit, but couldn’t. He swallowed and called out, I’m tossing out my revolver.
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Dorothy Vaughan was an American computer programmer and . Dorothy Vaughan stands out and becomes head of the West Computers. It was used, at first, to help develop missiles and rack the Soviet Union's progress with Sputnik.
Dorothy Vaughan was an American computer programmer and mathematician who made significant contributions to the early . She was also the first Black American supervisor at NASA, a role she would continue to hold up to and beyond its merger with NASA. This was particularly strengthened by President John F. Kennedy in the '60's.