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Arago

A dBASE IV-compatible DBMS and compiler (Arago Quicksilver) originally developed by WordTech Systems. In 1992, the technology was acquired by Borland.
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Well, I can only give you the answer which Arago borrowed from Plutarch, which is nineteen centuries old.
Thursday in the Myrtlewood Room at Coos Bay Library; Barbara Taylor and Eric Clough of Cape Arago Audubon Society will present slides of common birds in the area with tips on how to identify them and how to attract birds to one's yard; free; bay.
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30pm Volleyball CEV - Arago de Sete v Asseco Resovia Rzeszow 7.
Professor Murdin's talk was subtitled 'Laborious and perilous adventures in the Mediterranean', and it was certainly that for those involved, notably the Frenchman Francois Arago (1786-1853).
As part of the research, the scientists analyzed the dental wear of the fossils of herbivorous animals found in the French cave of Arago, which were hunted by Homo heidelbergensis.
As early as 1839, right at photography's inception, Francois Arago dreamed of using the new medium to penetrate the farthest reaches of the visible universe by photographing the moon (Daguerre took one that same year).
Sixth Grade: Florencia Carbajal, Francesca Arago, Arietta Gracey-Roth and Cassandra Lohman.
Jacques Arago, draftsman with Louis de Freycinet's expedition, stayed here in November-December 1819 and had nothing but praise for what he saw.
Orders taken on the floor of the exhibit hall crossed all three dental-laser product lines: Centauri (hard tissue), Aurora (soft tissue and hygiene) and Arago (teeth whitening and composite curing).
CAPE ARAGO - Two stranded hikers were rescued near Cape Arago State Park over the weekend, with the help of the Coos County Sheriff's Office and U.
Jan Dibbets' Hommage a Arago (Homage to Arago, 1994) provides a striking corrective to the prevailing if outmoded assumption that public art is synonymous with statues, frescoes, fountains, and bad taste.