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1 It can be developed, processed, and deployed in many different environments — from mobile systems such as phones and PDAs to print environments.
2 China was the first country in the world to cultivate silkworms and develop silk weaving. More than 3,000 years ago, sericulture and silk weaving were already significantly developed.
3 Nato today offered to include Moscow in its defence planning, announcing that missile shields being developed in the us and Europe could be integrated with Russian systems.
4 A: No. Traditionally, Maasai society has developed creative solutions to infertility.
5 Over the past years, as the courts strove to overcome the Mogadishu warlords, they developed militias, some of which have been pooled into a centrally commanded force.
6 other words, the license may require that all software bundled with the open source software, including any newly developed software, must be released under the same license.
7 The plots of the story gradually developed in my mind.
8 This device, developed at the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate in Quantico, Virginia, is a microwave transmitter the size and shape of a small satellite dish that pivots on top of an armoured car.
9 Telecoms charges have tumbled, allowing workers in far-flung locations to be connected cheaply to customers in the developed world.
10 What really gives this technology huge potential though, is that it is being developed for deployment on all the major Smartphone platforms simultaneously.
11 And then the last category which have been developed in the past but not recently is organic cooled or molten salt reactors.
12 So we developed a program that sends out billions of software ants to find out where the pheromone trails are strongest for our truck routes.
13 Application code is best developed by the programmer; how to display the proper text is the job of the linguist.
14 From a young age, she developed a special relationship with one cub in particular called Sasha.
15 That they developed naked necks is surely the result of natural selection.
16 Whereas animals such as elephants, dolphins, and whales have larger brains, humans have the most developed cerebrum.
17 Agriculture has developed rapidly, thus providing light industry with ample raw materials.
18 They have developed resistance to commercial insecticides, developing skills such as crawling on the walls of your houses and apartments.
19 Such behaviour is regarded as "all too human", with the underlying assumption that other animals would not be capable of this finely developed sense of grievance.
20 Through the close examination of these issues, the RSAC Task Force developed proposals intended to result in improved public safety while reducing the burden on the railroad industry where possible.
21 celluloid, which had developed a reputation as a cheap mim-ic of better traditional materials, was de-rived from chemically treated cotton and other cellulose-containing vegetable matter.
22 These four examples are only a handful of the use cases that we modeled as we developed the Spaces concept.
23 heavier brow and jaw of males might have developed to withstand blows from other males.
24 FaceoffIM is a chat client developed specifically for Facebook chat users to stay connected to their online friends without a web browser and Facebook's suspiciously social interface.
25 The vaccine was developed, from start to finish, in less than a decade, in record time, and at about one-tenth of the cost usually needed to bring a product through development to the market.
26 The guide can be used as a companion to a series of Science Inside Alcohol lessons developed by AAAS or as a stand-alone tool that parents can use in talking with their children.
27 That in part reflects the surge in capital flooding into the region as investors turn their backs on the uncertainties of developed countries to lock in gains from fast-growing Asia.
28 Researchers at the University of Edinburgh, in Scotland, have already developed potatoes that do just this.
29 SYDNEY: Forensic scientists in the Netherlands have developed a reliable technique for estimating human age from just a single drop of blood.
30 Toss lots of silly ideas, characters and jokes into the mix, then go back and see which ones strike the funniest chord and can be developed, exaggerated, and manipulated into a sustainable storyline.