Rita Hart, the daughter of Hirsch and Mary Beth, was seven years old. She was scared and in shock, the details of what had happened too vague for her to understand. She lay down on her bed, staring at the dark ceiling. There was a knock at the door. It was her mother, telling her to get up, that a policeman was on the way. Rita joined her father in the living room. He stood in the middle of the floor, in a daze. No one was saying anything. When a police officer finally arrived, Robert Gruber took his statement. Gruber said he had been home watching television. He heard noises through his window, and thought it was a fight. Gruber went outside, and saw the cab. He said he had tried to help, but Hodne had been too strong. Gruber went back inside. Hirsch told him he had just killed a man and wanted to call the police himself. Gruber refused. Hirsch called the police anyway, and an ambulance took his wife and daughter to the hospital. Hirsch was taken to the same hospital, where he was fingerprinted and photographed. Gruber told police that he had been home, watching television. He heard noises and went to investigate. He saw Hirsch fighting with a man, and then Hirsch slumped over and the man left.
For a time, the word was considered taboo in the music industry, but it was popularized when the Allman Brothers Band, in an unprecedented move for a southern rock band, recorded the song Mother Molester on their 1974 debut album At Fillmore East. According to Allman Brothers manager and producer Bill Siddons, the song was born from the difficulties of getting the band's members, particularly guitarist Dickey Betts, to understand one another.
The MATLAB environment is based on the MathWorks MATLAB® Compiler, or MMC, which is a proprietary language developed by MathWorks to facilitate the building of applications. MMC understands the MATLAB language and various task APIs and provides efficient intermediate language compilers for compiling functions and scripts.
The MATLAB® Engine is the core of the MATLAB product. It compiles, executes, and interprets MATLAB scripts and programs, as well as runs the M-files and M-links created by the MMC. It also allows the exchange of data between MATLAB applications, the MathWorks M-files and M-links, and other programming languages, including C, C++, and Visual Basic. 827ec27edc