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" Earth Sharing ", " Geoism ", " Geonomics ", and " Geolibertarianism " ( see libertarianism ) are also preferred by some Georgists ; " Geoanarchism " is another one.
Sakhalin I's fields the Chayvo, Arkutun-Dagi and the Odoptu had been discovered some 20 years before by the Soviets at the time of the Production Sharing agreement in 1996.
Sharing some cab components with the Mercedes-Benz LKN mid-range European cabover, the truck was a conventional design, which was the first all-new entry in the medium-duty market in over a decade.
Despite the conflict and difficulty of the recording process of Sharing Space, Borich described the album as " some of our best work ".
One of its agencies, created during the Cold War and known as Right Sharing of World Resources, collects funds from Quakers in the " first world " to finance small self-help projects in the " Third World ," including some supported by Evangelical Friends International.
Manugistics originated in 1969 in Bethesda, Maryland as Scientific Time Sharing Corporation ( STSC ) with some of the people who originally implemented APL as a programming language at IBM.

Sharing and with
* Sharing, in a fair and equitable way, the results of research and development and the benefits arising from the commercial and other utilization of genetic resources with the Contracting Party providing such resources ( governments and / or local communities that provided the traditional knowledge or biodiversity resources utilized ).
Sharing a flat with Noel Redding and Neville Chesters, he got a job as a roadie for The Jimi Hendrix Experience.
The United States Department of Energy funded sites from Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratory, and the National Science Foundation supercomputer centers ( for high-energy physics ) represented the second largest block with LLL's Cray Time Sharing System ( CTSS ).
The NCS also participates in joint industry-Government planning through its work with the President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee ( NSTAC ), with the NCS's National Coordinating Center for Telecommunications ( NCC ) and the NCC's subordinate Information Sharing and Analysis Center ( ISAC ).
United Network for Organ Sharing, the organization that coordinates available organs with recipients, does not factor a patient ’ s prison status when determining suitability for a transplant.
The United Network for Organ Sharing and the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network ( OPTN ) regulate Organ Procurement Organizations ( OPO ) with regard to procurement and distribution ethics and standards.
In the early 1990s, the widely cited Web page and paper " Toward Principles for the Design of Ontologies Used for Knowledge Sharing " by Tom Gruber is credited with a deliberate definition of ontology as a technical term in computer science.
Sharing a common Marxist ideology with its political wing, the Irish Republican Socialist Party ( IRSP ), it enjoyed its peak of influence in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
* Thunderbird Park – A Place of Cultural Sharing An interpretive tour with detailed information on the poles in Thunderbird Park.
This includes setting up Internet Connection Sharing ( ICS ) on a computer running Windows Me so the computer can share a connection to the Internet with other computers on the home network.
Sharing a border with Santa Clara County, San Benito County lies adjacent to the San Francisco Bay Area and is sometimes considered a part of that region.
Through the early 1960s GE worked with Dartmouth College on the development of a time-sharing operating system, which would later go on to become Dartmouth Time Sharing System ( DTSS ).
Sharing the space as he did with creatures and plants of all sorts, it was not long before man felt crowded in his space and so decided to expand his domain by opening a hole into the level above his.
Sharing the humanist and rationalist outlook of the European Enlightenment of the same time period, the thinkers of the Scottish Enlightenment asserted the fundamental importance of human reason combined with a rejection of any authority which could not be justified by reason.
Sharing the name of the local country club, " Carolina Shores " could be considered a misnomer since the town does not have a " shore " with any large body of water.
The Mudarabah ( Profit Sharing ) is a contract, with one party providing 100 percent of the capital and the other party providing its specialist knowledge to invest the capital and manage the investment project.
* Sharing a glass with the ' international terrorist ', The Guardian, December 22, 2002
Assuming the responsibility of mediator between the two sides, and with Erasmus ' willing participation ( the robot being left as the leader and controlling-force of the thinking machines ), Duncan does something similar to Bene-Gesserit Sharing with the robot ; possibly along with what seems to be a physical-bonding ( similar to what Leto II did with the sandtrout ) into something of a human-machine hybrid.
Starting with President Carter in 1978, the U. S. Congress and President have issued proclamations each year, declaring that Rabbi Schneerson's birthday — usually a day in March or April that coincides with his recognized Hebrew calendar birthdate of 11 Nissan — be observed as Education and Sharing Day in the United States.
Internet access via Ad Hoc networks, using features like Windows ' Internet Connection Sharing, may work well with a small number of devices that are close to each other, but Ad Hoc networks don't scale well.

Sharing and architecture
Looking back over the history of its development, BS2000 / OSD has its roots in the TSOS operating system ( TSOS: Time Sharing Operating System ) first developed by RCA for the / 46 model of the Spectra / 70 series, a computer family of the late 1960s related in its architecture to IBM ’ s / 360 series.

Sharing and into
The Nagoya Protocol on Access & Benefit Sharing ( ABS ) was adopted on 29 October 2010 in Nagoya, Japan and will enter into force 90 days after the fiftieth instrument of ratification.
Windows 2000 introduced many of the new features of Windows 98 and Windows 98 SE into the NT line, such as the Windows Desktop Update, Internet Explorer 5 ( Internet Explorer 6, which came in 2001, is also available for Windows 2000 ), Outlook Express, NetMeeting, FAT32 support, Windows Driver Model, Internet Connection Sharing, Windows Media Player, WebDAV support etc.
* Break into the Light ~ 約束の帽子 ~/ The Sharing Song ~ トリコのテーマ ~( 3 / 16 / 2011 Cutting Edge )
Each sub-population is described using the mixture distribution, which allows for classification of observations into the sub-populations .< ref >“ Gaussian Mixture Model .” Connexions – Sharing Knowledge and Building Communities.
Sharing in such groups is the narration of significant life experiences in a process through which the knowledge derived thereof is validated by the group and transformed into a corpus that becomes their fundamental resource and product.
Example: When the Census Bureau invented a designation for cohabitant ( s ) as " Person ( s ) of Opposite Sex Sharing Living Quarters ", or " POSSLQ ", Osgood turned it into a pronounceable three-syllable word, and composed a prospective love poem, which included these lines which became the title of one of his books:
This new course has been integrated into several practical proposals on the economy, which together form " Vrijheid Eerlijk Delen " (" Sharing Liberty Fairly ").
Sharing similar musical ambitions and a mutual disinterest in school, the pair agreed to drop out of college together and start a band, forming the punk trio The Jazz Greats in 1983, which evolved into the Paisley Underground-styled garage rock group Saint Huck, who lasted from 1984 to 1987.
According to a May 2010 press release, Micro-Space is currently manifested to fly two tiny CubeSats " Ride Sharing " launch with EduSat, Sich-2 and other spacecraft, to be flown on a DNEPR into Sun Synchronous ( near Polar ) Orbit, Oct. 2010.
Sharing it as a team, they went into Uncensored 2000 to battle Knobbs once again, this time in a Gauntlet match.
Sharing the planet: An inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with other people and with other living things ; communities and the relationships within and between them ; access to equal opportunities ; peace and conflict resolution.
He put into law the Tenant Law, over people renting and the renters of houses or " Mesones " ( Humble Neighborhoods with Sharing Bathrooms ).
Addition of " Reading the Hong Kong Lecture Series ", " popular series of Chinese culture " and " Celebrity Reading Sharing Series ," and co-operation with the Economic Daily News, set up a " Top Ten Good Books administered election " activities and " entrepreneur talks about reading ," and lead the Book Fair out of the exhibition, organized by " reading in Hong Kong: Landmark Tour " and " Reading in Hong Kong: book tour ," the two outreach activities, and readers with the " reading " of urban space, culture and history, to read the fun extends into the community.

Sharing and different
Sharing of virtual address space and inter-context communications could be provided by writing the same values in to the segment or page maps of different contexts.
Sharing sleeping accommodation in a dormitory is very different from staying in a private room in a hotel or bed and breakfast, and might not be comfortable for those requiring more privacy.
Sharing most of its sheet-metal with the Maverick, it used a different grille, taillights, and hood, as well as different badging.
When Btrieve needed to do file sharing to gain access to records, two different types of file sharing modes could be used: Single Engine File Sharing ( SEFS ) mode, and Multi Engine File Sharing ( MEFS ) mode.
Sharing means that other users can view but not necessarily download the photos, users being able to select different copyright options.

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