what game is that?
I neglected to mention that the nominative plural could also be Pyru, but that would only be if it were considered to be a neuter noun, and neuter nouns of this form are rare and most often body parts. Since the Pyra is named after a female mythological figure (Pyrrha) and the word for computer (tölva) is also feminine, and feminine nouns of this form are much more common, it would almost certainly be considered a feminine noun and treated as such.
In excitement about the Pyra, and dismay about the cost of dev boards, I did some hunting for similar-ish enough hardware that should be able to run binaries compiled for the Pyra, and perhaps vice versa.why aren't y'all coding in preparation for the upcoming release of the pyra? we'll need some fun software/games .
I quite like the idea behind number two, but I don't want it to get the same curse as the GizmodoIf it is an outdated spelling of the Portuguese word pira (plural ?pyras) it can mean:
And Olkiluoto 3 nuclear power plant (currently the third most expensive building in the world, still counting) will be ready by November. For realsies this time. Pinkie promise.Ok, so here's the status of everything:
Brexit in one week
Pyra in two months
James Webb Telescope gets launched next year
We'll have fusion power in 30 years
Berlin airport starts operating soon