What's Hebrew got to do with it? Wasn't the Revelation of St. John The Divine written in Greek, and used "Greek Numerals" (also a letter-based system)?
So, it's Los Angeles?
Kinda sounds more like Tokyo. You are in a maze of twisty little subway lines, all different.
Coming late to this party, I can only share this one datapoint: If I recollect right, it was the hardware on the Burroughs Large Systems that was memory-safe. Arrays were done as Segment Descriptors, and if you indexed outside the segment it raised an exception. Byte-addressed (for 6-bit, 8-bit, etc bytes) were done as "String Descriptors" that referred to the Segment Descriptor.
The only other hardware I know of that did this lately was the UCSB P-system; there may be others since then.
I was still working at Symbolics back then. We thought it a little silly that the input focus followed the mouse.
Now I sort of prefer it that way...
"Needs fixed" etc. is a regionalism, mostly in the "German Belt" from Eastern Penna. thru Southern Michigan. At least that's what I recall from Grammar Girl's survey a while back.
A special note was added to TECS in October of 2011 requiring a mandatory search and detention of Tsarnaev if he left the country. 'Detain isolated and immediately call the lookout duty officer,' the note reportedly said. 'Call is mandatory whether or not the officer believes there is an exact match.' 'Detain isolated and immediately call the lookout duty officer.' Unfortunately, Tsarnaev's name was not an exact match: it was misspelled by one letter. Whoever entered it in the database spelled it as 'Tsarnayev.' When Tsarnaev flew to Russia in January of 2012 on his way to terrorist training, the system was alerted but the mandatory detention was not triggered. Because officers did not realize Tsarnaev was a high-priority target, he was allowed to travel without questioning."
You mean he wasn't really angry, or he wasn't really crazy?
If we can't trust old Bruce, we're all screwed. Though possibly we are anyway. But if he's an asset, he's pretty well disguised.
You talking about Hedy Lamarr here?
"Revoking its certificate" implies that the cert is somehow checked against a revoked list before it's run. Does this then preclude all offline or embedded app running?