ANSEL character set

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ANSEL character set

(American National Standard Extended Latin) An ANSI character set that supports diacritical marks for Latin-based foreign languages. It uses the additional 128 values provided by the eighth bit of the byte to store the diacritic for that character. ANSEL is also known as the American Library Association character set. GEDCOM genealogical files use ANSEL characters. See ANSI character set and GEDCOM.
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However, the Cronut isn't planned for the menu at a second Manhattan shop, called Dominique Ansel Kitchen, which will serve made-to-order desserts when it opens this spring.
Rappaport said Ansel was looking specifically at the West Village for his new bakery, and the landlord was "more than pleased" to have the high-profile pastry chef in the building.
Tim Nye, private equity and care specialist at Trowers & Hamlins who advised Cambian on the Ansel acquisition, said: "Cambian continues to go from strength to strength and we are pleased to have advised them on this recent acquisition.
Ansel says, admitting you can regularly find him in his hometown NYC hot spot Brooklyn Boulders.
Fauchon shaped the first stage of Ansel's career, but it's in a city thousands of miles away from Paris where Ansel finds inspiration to fuel his current position as Executive Pastry Chef of Daniel.
Ansel has a crush on alluring Mary Susan, the preacher's daughter who knows the power of her ripening body, but so does Zeph, the nasty son of the man who owns much of the town.
Digital cameras are getting so good that everydays Ansel Rad-ams these days.
With all the books on the market about Ansel Adams' life and photos, one might wonder at the need for yet another: what makes Karen Hass and Rebecca Senf's Ansel Adams different from all the rest?
Ansel Adams in the Lane Collection is an astounding compilation of black-and-white photography by Ansel Adams, who emerged as one of the first American "superstars" of photography in the late 1960's.
Cameron Dieselmore informs paleoartist Ansel Phoenix that her allosaurus replica killed someone as part of the victim resides as a burned husk dangling from the teeth of her model.