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One of the few independent bookshops left in London, My Back Pages ( named after the song on Bob Dylan's 1964 album Another Side of Bob Dylan ), is a shop which stocks second-hand, antiquarian and new books.
Tomcat 5. x uses Jasper 2, which is an implementation of the Sun Microsystems's JavaServer Pages 2. 0 specification.
* IIS 3. 0, which was included with Service Pack 3 of Windows NT 4, introduced the Active Server Pages dynamic scripting environment.
Pages from " top secret documents " written by Fanatik J for The REAL Return of Dr. Octagon Mix Tape reveal a storyline in which Dr. Dooom's influence over Los Angeles has grown, and Dooom and a " Hybrid " set out to resurrect the long deceased Octagon as part of " a final bid for total Industry Chaos ".
Titled A Little Stone ( John Lehmann, London, August 1950 ), which excluded two of Bowles ' most famous short stories, " Pages From Cold Point " and " The Delicate Prey ", on the advice of Cyril Connolly and Somerset Maugham, that if they were included in the collection distribution and / or censorship difficulties might ensue.
" Credo Topic Pages " compile contextual information on a given topic ; this product was developed in response to a 2009 study which revealed that students often lack sufficient context to process the vast quantities of information available online.
* Neale, B. T., The GEC Journal of Research, Vol. 3 No. 2 1985, pages 73 – 83, a copy of which could be found on The Radar Pages, 2007-06
As of November 2006, was a search engine for people, which searched over 90 million White Pages listings and 14 million Yellow Pages listings.
This consists of the famous Grand adage known as the Rose Adagio, a Dance for the Maids of Honor and Pages, the Variation of the Princess Aurora, and the Coda, which is interrupted by the evil fairy Carabosse who gives the Princess Aurora the poisoned spindle.
It was frequently broadcast during downtime on BBC1 until that channel went fully 24 hours in November 1997, and on BBC Two until its downtime was replaced entirely by Pages from Ceefax in 1998, after which it was only seen during engineering work, and was last seen in this role in 1999.
" He was used as a source of information for Greenwood's " Pages from the Mages " articles in which various spells were described, as well as various miscellaneous articles such as " Cloaked in magic.
The information is then either handed over to a Java Servlet which interacts with a database and produces an HTML-formatted response, or it is given to a JavaServer Pages ( JSP ) document that intermingles HTML and Java code to achieve the same result.
However, A / P staff should become familiar with a few common problems, such as " Yellow Pages " ripoffs in which fraudulent operators offer to place an advertisement.
The southern slopes of the Liverpool Range are drained by the headwaters of the Hunter River and its tributaries, such as the Pages River, which flows through the town of Murrurundi.
An " Option Pack " was available as a free-bundled CD starting around 1998, which included IIS 4. 0 with Active Server Pages, FrontPage Server Extensions, Certificate Server, MTS, MSMQ, CDONTS, Internet Authentication Service ( IAS ), Indexing Service, Microsoft Management Console 1. 0, Microsoft Site Server, SMTP and NNTP services and other new software.
Pages did not scroll, but could effectively be extended by the use of frames, which required alphanumeric suffixes to be appended to the numeric page numbers.
Pages 60 and 61 contained a large image of a man sitting on a toilet, pants around his ankles, with his hands on his crotch, which was covered by a magazine featuring characters from the game Rumble Roses XX.
Pages were often altered without the writers being told, with sub-editors sometimes deleting entire frames of reviews, fearing that they were missing some risque gag which might cost them their job.
Troy Denning wrote the hardcover novel Pages of Pain in 1996: " It had to be from the Lady of Pain's viewpoint — which is something of a problem, since ( as every Planescape player knows ) she never speaks — and ( this was the really good part ) the reader must know less about her at the end of the book than he does at the beginning, and nobody knows anything about her at the beginning.
The nice-sounding term allegedly stood for Acquisition Numérique et Télévisualisation d ’ Images Organisées en Pages d ’ Écriture, which could be loosely translated as Digital Acquisition and Remote Visualization of Images Organized into Written Pages.
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Pages 30-31 contain a table dated 2003 prepared by J. R. Patenaude, giving values for the water flow in an average year ( assumed to be 125 m < sup > 3 </ sup >/ s or 3. 9 km < sup > 3 </ sup >/ y ).
Pages 397 – 541t contain songs present in the Carolina book but omitted by the 1958 revisers, in order ( approximately 200 songs ).
) Pages 382, 384 – 385, 543 – 545t, 546 – 548, and 549b ( the final song in the book ) contain new music not included in the Carolina book or in the 1958 Alabama book.
His sole volume of poetry is Pages of the Wound, though other volumes such as the theoretical essay And Our Faces, My Heart, Brief as Photos contain poetry as well as prose.
However, if such works contain some original elements – e. g. a paragraph describing the Yellow Pages, or random designs on the blank forms – then those elements can receive copyright protection.
Pages of the passport will contain well-known UK scenes including the White Cliffs of Dover, the Gower Peninsula, Ben Nevis and the Giant's Causeway.
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* Scott's original expedition diaries Read digital copies online using the British Library's Turning the Pages system.
The Network Information Service, or NIS ( originally called Yellow Pages or YP ) is a client – server directory service protocol for distributing system configuration data such as user and host names between computers on a computer network.
Because British Telecom PLC owned the name " Yellow Pages " as a registered trademark in the United Kingdom for its paper-based, commercial telephone directory, Sun changed the name of its system to NIS, though all the commands and functions still start with “ yp ”.
Pages starting with a 9 were for system management functions, and were limited to three digits in length.
In 1968, a minimum working age of 16 years was adopted but it is only in 1978, after an article in The Wall Street Journal criticized the Pages ' working conditions, that the previous system was completely discarded in favour of the current one.
Some of the Pages from the old system were kept on as " Senior Pages " to supervise the new Pages and serve as a form of continuity.
Volume 15, Issue 5, July 2000, Pages 443-453 ) they explored through simple experiments, how conation was affected in injured people and the capacity of the medical system to recognise how these injuries affect conation.
^ Stubborn facts: Still no evidence that the System of Rice Intensification out-yields best management practices ( BMPs ) beyond Madagascar by A. J. McDonald, P. R. Hobbs, S. J. Riha in Field Crops Research, Volume 108, No. 2, 2008, Pages 188-191 ; response to critique of 2006 FCR article: N. Uphoff, A. Kassam, W. Stoop, A critical assessment of a desk study comparing crop production systems: The example of the ' system of rice intensification ' vs. ' best management practices ' in Field Crops Research, Vol.