Newton shot the photos in Monte Carlo—where he lived—and the Tuscan countryside.
Nadal spends April and May sliding his way to victories at Monte Carlo, Barcelona, and Rome on clay.
Oklahoma-born Tallchief rose to fame in the 1940s, when, at 17 she joined the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo.
Italian, literally "Charles's Mountain," founded 1866 and named for Charles III of Monaco (1818-1889). The car rally there dates to 1911.
City in Monaco, world famous for its gambling casino.
(After Monte Carlo, Monaco - a gambling mecca) Any one of various methods involving statistical techniques for finding the solutions to mathematical or physical problems.
For example, to calculate pi: draw a square then draw the biggest circle that fits exactly inside it. Pick random points on the square. The proportion of these that lie within the circle should tend to pi/4.