**Pascal** - Computer programming language

##### Word by letter:

**Pascal**- Letter on P- 1 - st. word
**P** - 2 - st. word
**A** - 3 - st. word
**S** - 4 - st. word
**C** - 5 - st. word
**A** - 6 - st. word
**L**

**All questions by word:**

**Pascal**- "pensées" author

**Pascal**- "pensees" writer

**Pascal**- 'essay on conics' author

**Pascal**- 'pensées' philosopher

**Pascal**- Adding-machine inventor

**Pascal**- Blaise --, french mathematician (1623-62)

**Pascal**- Blaise of philosophy

**Pascal**- Calculating machine inventor, 1642

**Pascal**- Computer language

**Pascal**- Computer language of provincial letter writer

**Pascal**- Computer programming language

**Pascal**- Dad's to ring short mathematician

**Pascal**- Easter holiday's starting off, creating some pressure

**Pascal**- Easter's hour off for french philosopher

**Pascal**- France's answer to da vinci

**Pascal**- French mathematician

**Pascal**- French mathematician blaise

**Pascal**- French mathematician, d. 1662 - si unit of pressure

**Pascal**- French philosopher

**Pascal**- French philosopher blaise

**Pascal**- French scientist; pressure unit

**Pascal**- He wrote 'the heart has its reasons which reason knows nothing of'

**Pascal**- Isabel of mathematics fame

**Pascal**- Language named for a mathematician

**Pascal**- Mathematician blaise

**Pascal**- Mathematician from china embracing a leading pair of scientists

**Pascal**- Mathematician's pay scale subjected to cuts

**Pascal**- Mathematician's system of salary grading, having each part cut

**Pascal**- Mechanical calculator inventor

**Pascal**- Pay scale cut for french mathematician

**Pascal**- Philosopher blaise

**Pascal**- Pioneer in probability

**Pascal**- Pressure shown by a short graduated measure?

**Pascal**- Pressure unit

**Pascal**- Pressure unit equal to one newton per square meter

**Pascal**- Probability pioneer

**Pascal**- Relating to sacred festival, not hard for religious philosopher

**Pascal**- Scientist in setup, a scallywag

**Pascal**- Scientist recording pressure over a reduced range

**Pascal**- Seventeenth century french physicist

**Pascal**- Some pressure applied to provincial letter writer

**Pascal**- The old man's name one learner's forgotten -- a mathematician

**Pascal**- Unit of pressure

**Pascal**- Unit of pressure drawing up resin and plant fluid

**Pascal**- Unit of pressure, french philosopher and programming language

**Pascal**- Unit of pressure; french scientist

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