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Woorld

Woorld

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Shiffa

Shiffa

Shiffa is a Dubai based company that deals in premium natural,holistic and organic beauty products using natural products derived from herbs . It was founded by Dr Lamees Hamdan a dermatologist in 2004 after training in Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Shiffa’s first product, the unique pregnancy body oil was developed when she was pregnant and she tested on her skin for its uniqueness on pregnant women skin it has grown since .It has received a lot of awards in innovation of its products.Shiffa Philosophy in the brand name Shiffa is an Arabic word means to heal or care .Its products are skincare,Bodycare oils,pregnancy care,Fagrances,Soaps,Exfoliation and General Cleansing Reference http://www.shiffa.com https://www.instagram.com/shiffabeauty/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/shiffadubai/ Articles https://wwd.com/beauty-industry-news/skin-care/shiffa-us-expansion-11080911/ http://www.buro247.me/beauty/insiders/shiffa-beauty-x-dr-lamees-hamdan.html

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.gov

.gov

The domain name gov is a sponsored top-level domain (sTLD) in the Domain Name System of the Internet. The name is derived from the word government, indicating its restricted use by government entities in the United States. The gov domain is administered by the General Services Administration (GSA), an independent agency of the United States federal government. The U.S. is the only country that has a government-specific top-level domain in addition to its country-code top-level domain. This is a result of the origins of the Internet as a U.S. federal government-sponsored research network. Other countries typically delegate a second-level domain for this purpose, for example: .gc.ca is the second-level domain for the Government of Canada and all subdomains. Some U.S. government-related websites use com, or org instead of gov, such the United States Postal Service (usps.com,), various recruiting websites for armed services (e.g., goarmy.com), and the websites for many US cities (e.g., cityofchicago.org). The Department of Defense and its subsidiary organizations use the mil sTLD instead of .gov. All governments in the U.S. were allowed to apply for delegations in gov after May 2012. For example, domains have been registered for the city of Atlanta (atlantaga.gov), for the county of Loudoun, Virginia (loudoun.gov), and for the U.S. state of Georgia (georgia.gov). This was not always possible; under an earlier policy, only federal agencies were allowed to use the domain, and agencies below cabinet level were required to use subdomains of their parent agency. Inconsistencies exist in addressing of state and local government sites, with some using gov, some us, some using both. Pennsylvania uses www.pa.gov, www.pennsylvania.gov and www.state.pa.us for the same web site, and still others in com, org or other TLDs.

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Mateba

Mateba

Mateba, a contraction of the Italian words Macchine Termo-Balistiche, was an italian machine manufacturer based in Pavia, Italy. It is better known for its low barrelled revolver pistols that it produced under the leadership of Emilio Ghisoni. After a change in ownership and poor sales, the Mateba company closed in 2005. Restart in 2014 in Montebelluna (TV) - www.mateba-italy.com e www.matebaitalia.com.

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.mil

.mil

The domain name mil is the sponsored top-level domain (sTLD) in the Domain Name System of the Internet for the United States Department of Defense and its subsidiary or affiliated organizations. The name is derived from military. It was one of the first top-level domains, created in January 1985.The United States is the only country that has a top-level domain for its military, a legacy of the United States' military role in the creation of the Internet. Other countries often use second-level domains for this purpose, e.g., mod.uk for the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence. Canada uses norad.mil with the United States as they jointly operate the North American Aerospace Defense Command. Despite having a dedicated top-level domain, the US military also uses com domains for some of its recruitment sites, such as goarmy.com, as well as for the Defense Commissary Agency's website www.commissaries.com and most non-appropriated fund instrumentalities such as military MWR organizations and military exchanges. Also, the military uses edu domains for its service academies: the United States Military Academy, United States Coast Guard Academy, United States Naval Academy, and the United States Air Force Academy can all be reached using either an edu or a mil domain name. The official athletic program sites of the three academies that are members of NCAA Division I (Army, Navy, Air Force) use com domains, as well as Coast Guard, which is a member of NCAA Division III. The Department of Defense itself uses gov for its home page, with at least three second-level domains within mil (defense, dod, and pentagon) redirecting to its domain name www.defense.gov. The United States Coast Guard, like other military services, uses the mil domain, although during statutory peacetime the service falls under the United States Department of Homeland Security.

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Palur

Palur

Palur is a small village in Kanchipuram district in India. Suburban trains running between Chennai Beach - Chengalpattu - Tirumalpur section and Chengalpattu - Arakkonam section will stop here at Palur railway station. A Sivan Koil is located in this small village and this temple is known as Tirukaleeswarar temple. Palur railway station code is "PALR" Chengalpattu to Palur Train ScheduleCGL PALR Train No. Train Name 08:20 08:32 156SR Chengalpattu-Arakkonam passenger 08:35 08:57 BTL1 Chengalpattu–Tirumalpur EMU 18:15 18:31 196SR Pondicherry–Tirupati passenger 19:20 19:35 BTL3 Chengalpattu–Tirumalpur EMU 20:20 20:30 152SR Chengalpattu–Arakkonam passenger 20:45 21:07 BTL5 Chengalpattu–Tirumalpur EMU Palur to Chengalpattu Train Schedule PALR CGL Train No. Train Name 05:55 06:15 TLB2 Tirumalpur–Chengalpattu EMU 06:51 07:15 151SR Arakkonam–Chengalpattu Passenger 07:42 07:55 TLB4 Tirumalpur–Chengalpattu EMU 08:51 09:13 195SC Tirupati–Pondicherry Passenger 10:50 11:10 TLB6 Tirumalpur–Chengalpattu 18:31 19:10 TLB6 Arakkonam-Chengalpattu Passenger For updated train timings please refer http://www.srailway.com/sutt/cgl-tmpl-cgl.php Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is planning to set up its Mineral Water manufacturing plant (which is called as Rail Neer plant) at Palur. For information refer http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/2008/05/02/stories/2008050251191300.htm

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URL

URL

A Uniform Resource Locator (URL), colloquially termed a web address, is a reference to a web resource that specifies its location on a computer network and a mechanism for retrieving it. A URL is a specific type of Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), although many people use the two terms interchangeably. URLs occur most commonly to reference web pages (http), but are also used for file transfer (ftp), email (mailto), database access (JDBC), and many other applications. Most web browsers display the URL of a web page above the page in an address bar. A typical URL could have the form http://www.example.com/index.html, which indicates a protocol (http), a hostname (www.example.com), and a file name (index.html).

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Hunwick

Hunwick

Hunwick is a semi-rural village in County Durham, England. There are actually two villages that are often referred to collectively as Hunwick, Hunwick and New Hunwick although it is generally accepted that the two villages are now as one. In the 2001 census Hunwick had a population of 952. This had grown to 1248 by the 2011 census. Hunwick is an ancient village dating from Saxon times when it belonged to the Cathedral church of Durham. Hunwick stands between Bishop Auckland and Crook. It was later given to the Earls of Northumberland, but it returned to the ownership of the church when Henry VIII re-endowed Durham cathedral. The village itself was probably destroyed during the Harrying of the North in the late 11th century, and was rebuilt with two rows of houses arranged around the village green. The remains of the medieval manor house of Hunwick is now a farmhouse; its former chapel has now been converted into a private residence by a local architect. All original features have been retained including the south facing window. Outside the farm gate is the remains of a gin gang, an engine designed to operate farm machinery and worked by horses. Helmington Hall to the north is also a farm, all that remains of a large house dating to about 1686. There are two Public Houses, The Joiners Arms (www.thejoinersarms.webnode.com), and the Quarry Burn (www.quarryburn.co.uk) both offering food and the Quarry Burn accommodation. Hunwick's close proximity to the visitor attraction Kynren has made it a popular place to stay and use of the restaurants of the public houses have benefitted. It also has an active church, a post office and a general store operated by Jean Little and Son. Gem Archer, who has played guitar in bands such as Heavy Stereo, Oasis and Beady Eye, and now Noel Galagher's High Flying Birds was born in Hunwick. Stefan Bjornsson and Bjorn Vernhardsson two historic researchers from Iceland named Hunwick as a possible location for the Battle of Brunanburh in their new book - Brunanburh: Located Through Egil's Saga. Brunanburh has been described as the most important battle of England's history as it was the battle that sealed King Athelstan as King of all England.

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Kangol

Kangol

Kangol is an English clothing company famous for its headwear. Founded in the 1920s, by Jewish Polish World War I veteran Jacques Spreiregen, Kangol (the K from knitting, the ANG from angora, and the OL from wool) produced hats for workers, golfers, and especially soldiers. In 1938, Spreiregen, who was working in London as an importer, opened a factory at Cleator, Cumbria, England, which he ran with his nephew Joseph Meisner. A second factory was opened at nearby Frizington, and later, under the direction of Spreiregen's younger nephew Sylvain Meisner, a third factory, manufacturing motorcycle helmets and seat belts in Carlisle. They were the major beret suppliers to the armed forces during World War II, including famously Field Marshal Montgomery. During and after the war, Kangol berets were the height of fashion. In the 1960s, designers Mary Quant and Pierre Cardin worked with the company, whose products graced the heads of the rich and famous, including the Beatles and Arnold Palmer, and later Diana, Princess of Wales. The company also supplied uniformed organisations such as the Scout Association.The Kangaroo logo was adopted by Kangol in 1983 because Americans were always asking where "they could get the Kangaroo hat..." (http://www.bollmanhats.com/brands/kangol.html). No Kangol hat has ever actually been manufactured in Australia. In the 1980s Kangol berets entered a new phase of fashion history with their adoption by members of the hip-hop community, such as Grandmaster Flash, Run-DMC, LL Cool J, Slick Rick, Kangol Kid of UTFO, and The Notorious B.I.G. The brand was popularised even more by the 1991 movie New Jack City. The release of more consciously stylish products in the 1990s such as the furgora (angora-wool mix) Spitfire, was helped by its presence upon the head of Samuel L. Jackson in 1997. Kevin Eubanks, bandleader for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, sported a Kangol beret on an almost nightly basis. In 2009, Eminem wore the Cotton Twill Army Cap Kangol hat on his Beautiful video.Kangol has been owned by Sports Direct since 2006, when they acquired the brand from private equity fund August Equity Trust. Licences to manufacture and sell Kangol apparel have been sold to many different companies including D2 and Topshop. In 2002, the Kangol apparel brand was acquired by Kangol Clothing North America LLC. a subsidiary of Chesterfield Manufacturing Corp in Charlotte North Carolina. In 2003, Chesterfield was acquired by Tomasello Inc. which was wholly-owned and led by David W. Tomasello. The global rights to Kangol hats have been held by American hatmakers Bollman Hat Company since 2002.It was announced in February 2009 that Bollman were reviewing their worldwide operations, putting 33 jobs and the future of the Kangol head office in Cleator in doubt. On 6 April 2009, it was announced that the original factory would be converted to a warehouse with the loss of 25 jobs. Only seven employees now remain employed at the company's original site and the outlet shop closed at the end of August 2009. However, hats will continue to be made at their sites in Eastern Europe and the United States.

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Dready

Dready

Dready is a character and a style of art created by West Indian (Jamaican born) artist Shane Aquart. Since its beginnings in 2004, Dready art has evolved from just images of that character, to a style of art embodying the colours, humor and style - "dready's bold graphic technique, a style that has become immediately recognizable to viewers of his art". Images of stingrays and turtles of houses and cars and boats in the Dready style are just as common as Dready himself. Yet, Dready remains the iconic center of the art. The people in Grand Cayman now recognize Dready as a staple of the community through various charitable endeavours. Projects include fund raising for the Central Caribbean Marine Institute and the Jamaica Environment Trust. "Dready … has become an instantly recognizable style of art rather than just a character. Colourful, modern, fun, irreverent and cool …" you can see more of dready art on the World Wide Web at < http://www.dreadyworld.blogspot.com >

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Archambault

Archambault

Archambault, is the largest music retailer in the province of Quebec, Canada, as well as a major retailer of books, DVDs, periodicals, musical instruments, sheet music, games, toys and gift ideas. Its e-commerce site, www.archambault.ca, is the largest French-language retail site in North America. Archambault currently operates 14 stores in Quebec. Paragraphe Bookstore, an English-language bookstore, is also part of Archambault Group.

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Jakob Sveistrup

Jakob Sveistrup

Jakob Sveistrup (born March 8, 1972) is a Danish singer. He entered the Danish music scene in 2003 as a competitor in the Danish televised talent contest Stjerne for en aften ("Star For A Night"). He made it to the finals. Unusually, Sveistrup was not a professional singer — he was a teacher for autistic children, however in March 2006 Jakob resigned from this job in order to be a full-time musician. Jakob then went on to compete in the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, which took place in Forum Horsens on February 12, 2005. He was selected as winner of the competition by national telephone voting for his performance of the song "Tænder på dig" by Jacob Launbjerg & Andreas Mørck. This led to him representing Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 with the translated song, now called "Talking to You". The contest was hosted by Kiev, Ukraine on May 21, 2005. Since Denmark was not pre-qualified for the final, Jakob took part in the semi-final on May 19, 2005. He qualified for the final, and placed with a final position of 10th. He was a guest performer at Congratulations, the 50th anniversary Eurovision concert in Copenhagen, Denmark, in October 2005. In May 2005 he released his first album, the self-titled Jakob Sveistrup. His second album, Fragments, was released in August 2006. His third album 3, was released in April 2007. Hope to Find, his fourth album was released in September 2009. His fifth album Runaway was released in June 2012. He is set to release his sixth album in November 2015, entitled 10: Back to Beginning. Jakob is also known as the former leadsinger in the Danish cover band Copycats www.copycats.dk. Sveistrup has been married to Iben Andersen since 27th May 2000

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Protex

Protex

Protex are a Belfast Punk band which formed in 1978. Their first records were issued on Good Vibrations records. They formed part of the first wave of Belfast punk bands along with the likes of label-mates The Undertones and Rudi. The original line-up was: Paul Maxwell (bass/vocals), Owen McFadden (drums), David McMaster (guitar/vocals), Aidan Murtagh (guitar/vocals). Protex formed in 1978, inspired by the band members experiencing first-hand The Clash’s landmark visit to Belfast in 1977 when their gig was cancelled at the last minute due to insurance problems. The Clash’s Belfast visit in 1977 is considered by many to be the catalyst for the Punk movement in Northern Ireland. Protex was greatly influenced by The Clash and took their original name, Protex Blue, from an album track on The Clash's eponymous debut album. The band did not realise the Clash song was about condoms. Protex's debut live performance was in 1978 at Knock Methodist Church Hall in Belfast. Shortly after the show they shortened their name to Protex to avoid any confusion about being a blues band. They performed around Belfast and eventually secured a radio session with local station Downtown Radio. By regular gigging around the city the band soon came to the attention of Terri Hooley who they initially met at a gig at the Glenmachan Hotel in Belfast. Hooley prompted them to record a three track debut 45 which he released on his Good Vibrations record label in November 1978 as issue GOT6. The Belfast label had previously released singles by Rudi, Victim, The Outcasts and The Undertones. The single was later re-released on London-based Rough Trade Records. Following good reviews from the likes of NME writer Tony Parsons and more radio air play the band secured a BBC Radio 1 session for the Kid Jensen show. This led to interest from Polydor Records who signed the band. The band were all still in sixth form at school when A&R men came over from London to see them play live at Chester’s in Portrush. At Easter 1979 Protex went to London to record their debut single for Polydor - I Can’t Cope. Protex landed a UK support slot on an Adam and the Ants UK tour. The band members then moved to London and set up base at the Chessington house, once the residence of Genesis and the Boomtown Rats. I Can Only Dream was the next single released by Polydor. It was produced by Chas Chandler, ex bass player with The Animals turned producer. Protex opened for the Boomtown Rats on their UK tour and on further tours in America and Canada in 1980. Three songs from the band's New York City concert at the Hurrah Club were filmed by John T Davis and made into a short film entitled Sham Rock. Protex's final release for Polydor was the single A Place In Your Heart, after which they were dropped by the label. The band did farewell shows at the Pound Club in Belfast before splitting in 1981. In 2010 New York label Sing Sing Records unearthed unreleased Polydor recordings for an album that never happened and released them on vinyl as Strange Obsessions. This prompted renewed interest in the band. Original members Aidan Murtagh and David McMaster reformed the band with new members Norman Boyd on bass and Gordie Walker on drums. In the interests of accuracy, however, prior to Norman Boyd's addition in 2013 the reformed Protex played for a period of three years with the line up of Aidan Murtagh (vocals, guitar), David McMaster (guitar, vocals), Gordie Walker (drums) and Andrew Curliss (bass; vocals). This line completed two short tours in Spain and Japan in 2013. A live album was released following the latter Japan tour. Although having played on this album, for unknown reasons Andrew Curliss was never credited on the CD.

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Limewire

Limewire

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Movitz

Movitz

Movitz is a discontinued implementation of the Common Lisp programming language for x86 computers. It runs with no underlying operating system and is intended as "a development platform for operating system kernels, embedded, and single-purpose applications". Movitz does not currently implement the entire ANSI Common Lisp standard, but it is stable and quite usable, though very poor as a development environment since all it provides is a simple REPL, with no facility for editing and saving files. An editor called LiCE, which closely follows the conventions of GNU Emacs, may be run on top of Movitz. A Movitz disk image with LiCE is available at www.emmett.ca/~sabetts (Web Archive copy).

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