Roswell is of Old English origin and it is predominantly used in the English language. The name means 'famous #well
; horse well'. The first name is derived from the surname, which is itself from a place name. The latter could be formed from the first element hrod or hros combined with the second element waell (meaning '#pool
, stream, #spring
Derivatives of Roswell include the names Rosswell, Roswel, Rozwel, and Rozwell.
See also the related categories, combined (combination), #stream
(river), horse, element, and spring. #hoss
Variant of horse. (Southern US, slang) A big, strong and respected or dependable person, usually a man; one who is large like a horse. (Southern US, slang, often capitalized) Term of address for a man. What's up, hoss? (Northwestern US, slang) A car.
Synonyms (man): dude, man, brother, guy, chap, comrade, bol, bub Coordinates Fisher Body was an automobile coachbuilder founded by the Fisher brothers in 1908 in Detroit, Michigan; it had been a division of General Motors for many years, but in 1984 was dissolved to form other General Motors divisions
Fisher Body Company, Fisher Body, Fisher Body Division ...
The Fisher Body Company, later the Fisher Body Division of GM, had strong family roots. It was founded by seven brothers whose grandfather, Andrew Fisher, emigrated from Northern Germany around 1835 and set up a blacksmith shop in Ohio. Monte Carlo method: Pouring out a box of coins on a table, and then computing the ratio of coins that land heads versus tails is a Monte Carlo method of determining the behavior of repeated coin tosses, but it is not a simulation
Monte Carlo has featured in numerous films and television series, most recently in the 2011 movie of the same name. Monte Carlo was the setting for the 1922 Erich von Stroheim silent film Foolish Wives although it was filmed in California. The #casino
featured in the James Bond films Never Say Never Again (#1983
), and #GoldenEye