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A Web browser built on the Internet Explorer (IE) engine that includes many advanced features. Introduced in 2002 as "MyIE2," and officially renamed the "Maxthon Browser," Maxthon offered tab browsing before the feature was added in IE 7. Pronounced "max-ton," Maxthon accepts IE plug-ins as well as more than 400 Maxthon-only plug-ins for custom features. Its entire appearance can be changed with new skins, and the Super Drag & Drop feature opens a link or image in a separate tag by merely dragging the link or image off to the side. For more information, visit www.maxthon.com.
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John Wheatley, James Maxton and others contributed to the rise of Labour and them becoming a force.
The state-of-the-art scrap catalytic convertor processing facility located in Maxton, North Carolina was built four years ago and will allow Metallix to significantly increase their catalytic converter recycling capacity and stand by their mission of continuously improving their precious metal recycling process and technology.
Early life: Born Maxton Gig Beesley Jr on April 16, 1971, in Burnage, Manchester.
The defendant, of Maxton Court, Lansbury Park, Caerphilly, denies a single charge of causing death by dangerous driving at Newport Crown Court.
Avallone can also be found online through merchants such as: Maxton Men, Roughly Polished, and Consigned, or their own website at www.
Labour founder Keir Hardie was a great Home Rule man, so was Jamie Maxton and all the other Red Clydesiders.
The best performing of the bunch is Maxton, which is among the top five colorant brands in the country, posting a sales gain of 15% last year and the company expects Maxton's sales to increase 10% this year.
The proposed site was at Shinwell Crescent and Maxton Road, South Bank and the plans included 51 houses, 10 flats and 17 garages.
April 2 2010 - The House of Raeford chicken processing plant in Maxton, 40 miles south of Fayetteville, has been damaged by fire, it has been reported.
Asda spokesman James Maxton said: "The days may have gone of British holidaymakers wearing socks with sandals but our obsession with a decent cup of tea on foreign shores remains.
Asda's James Maxton said: "The days of Brits wearing kiss-me-quick hats are long gone, but our obsession with getting a decent cup of tea abroad remains.
Asda spokesman James Maxton said: "Although the days of British holidaymakers wearing socks with sandals and kiss-me-quick hats are long gone, our obsession with getting a decent cup of tea on foreign shores remains.