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Gator

The former name of the Claria Corporation (www.claria.com), which provides contextual ads to users. The Gator digital wallet, along with other client programs, are vehicles for analyzing a user's habits in order to target ads. See adware.
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The Gators will play UConn or Michigan State in Arlington, Texas, in the national semifinal.
But for now, he's encouraged by the buzz the Grout Gator is generating in the janitorial/sanitation industry.
The texting component of the system empowers Gators customers to more easily communicate with vendors that are out in the field.
I think our ability to capitalize on hot market opportunities will definitely be an asset to the University and the loyal Gator fan community.
1) Joakim Noah and Florida have lost three out of their past four games, but the Gators had a similar late-season slump in 2006 and still won the NCAA title.
The nutrient-rich soil that winds up on the banks in the making of gator holes grows a variety of native plants, and locals from turtles to fish to wading birds come to the gator hole to find nourishment.
Then she pulled the board to shore, as the gator trailed behind.
As a result, a record 35 gators were born between September and October, bringing the total farm population to about 160.
The gators inherited a defective gene that produces too little melanin, the pigment that lends skin its hue.
The team will be handing out free samples of Texas Pete([R])Original, Hotter, Garlic and Buffalo Wing hot sauces as they capture the Gators game day experience on video for Fox Sports Network's Gridiron LIVE show, as well as Facebook and YouTube.
Unlike the hunt the night before, the gators were not responding to Tate's calling.
Quarterback Jeff Driskel was accurate going 13-for-16 but only for 162 yards, and the Gators ended up with less total yards then the Aggies.