In fact, if rival H-P decides to do something dramatic and get out of the PC business, dell could even pick up some market share.
Last week, David Johnson, senior vice president for strategy at dell, took a new post with Blackstone.
Kirk Schell, dell Executive Director, on why PCs will always have a home in enterprise and tech markets.
dell expects the older people he meets to be grown-ups, to offer him some mark of stability, and they will always disappoint him.
“Oh, this is from 2005,” says dell, a self-described Michelle Kwan “uber-fan” who lives in Yonkers.
They left the hermitage together, and ascended the side of the dell.
"Well, I do think it's awfully good, dell," began the Countess.
Early in August, 1346, there had been erected along the shore by the Castello dell' Ovo a palisade encircling a raised platform.
We can't do that, dell; we got to stay here and feed this gang once more.
To this day it is called Rosalie's dell; for are not her sorrows and joys still told by those who knew and loved her?
Old English dell "dell, hollow, dale" (perhaps lost and then borrowed in Middle English from cognate Middle Dutch/Middle Low German delle), from Proto-Germanic *daljo (cf. German Delle "dent, depression," Gothic ib-dalja "slope of a mountain"); related to dale (q.v.).
rogue's cant 16c.-17c. for "a young girl of the vagrant class," of uncertain origin.
A Dell is a yonge wenche, able for generation, and not yet knowen or broken by the vpright man. ... [W]hen they have beene lyen with all by the vpright man then they be Doxes, and no Dells. [Thomas Harman, "A Caveat or Warning for Common Cursitors," 1567]