Canadian winner Larson, who much like Stadther, made a mid-life career change, is a part-time art student at the Ontario College of Art and Design after spending years as "a number-cruncher
on Bay Street.
EU referendum campaigners have been rebuked by Britain's top number-cruncher
Carol Vorderman, 45, said O'Connor, a Countdown fan, had bundles of energy.
He's a high-level number-cruncher
, an efficiency man with a touch of poetry who is stunned to find himself at the center of one of the era's greatest controversies.
The British Horseracing Authority number-cruncher
has stepped in with a 15lb rise in the weights, but Aidan Coleman's mount is on a steep upward curve and can win again.
David Dooks, its chief number-cruncher
, said: "Banks continue to lend for house purchase but the weak market is selfevident.
Jonathan Loynes, of Capital Economics, said: "High Street spending is still holding up reasonably strongly in the face of some pretty adverse conditions for consumers.
David Dooks said the jump was partly due to the weak mortgage market in the first half of last year.
THE PC now combines its old role as a number-cruncher
with exciting new multimedia applications.
Kantar Worldpanel said sales slumped 1.
4% drop in takings in the four weeks to mid-July, according to industry number-crunchers
Once again remote number-crunchers
have displayed a callous lack of loyalty to the people whose hard work and skills helped forge a company's success and reputation.
There are 134 generals, admirals and air marshals but 824 number-crunchers
and 153 trainees, with an annual cost of PS30million.
MATHS equalled fun this week for young number-crunchers
at a Tyneside school.
Now, only four months after assuring us that the budget was balanced and had a $4billion reserve, state number-crunchers
predict a $10billion shortfall over the next two years.