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Melita:

see MaltaMalta
, officially Republic of Malta, republic (2005 est. pop. 399,000), 122 sq mi (316 sq km), in the Mediterranean Sea S of Sicily. It comprises the islands of Malta (95 sq mi/246 sq km), Gozo (Ghawdex, 26 sq mi/67 sq km), and Comino (Kemmuna, 1 sq mi/2.
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But the difference is Melita can't argue because she's dead.
As a result, Melita will be able to introduce quad-play service bundles and a single bill across services, helping to differentiate itself in the marketplace and attract new customers.
How did Melita know about his inordinate love of breakfast preserves?
I worked at British Steel and Melita worked in the Binns store in Middlesbrough.
The Linux version was developed in response to strong customer feedback that they wished to have more flexibility and possibly lower cost in their choice of platform yet still have a rock solid option to our traditional AIX-based servers," explained Steve Herlocher, Melita Vice President of Marketing.
The author whose book first revealed the activities of grandmother spy Melita Norwood yesterday dismissed suggestions that she could be prosecuted.
Academic Dr Martin McCauley is reported to have said many agents were "still alive and living quietly" in Britain like unmasked great-grandmother Melita Norwood.
MELITA Norwood's former boss told last night how she was never suspected of being a spy "because we didn't think secretaries were clever enough to understand what it vwas all about".
Once Mosaix, the main threat to Melita in the mid-tier call center market was purchased by telecoms heavyweight, Lucent Technologies, its rise to dominance looked imminently achievable.
a leading provider of wireless solutions that enable the evolution of next-generation fixed and mobile broadband networks, today announced that its NetBoss XT[R] resource management solution is managing the newly-deployed 3G mobile network of Melita Plc, a leading provider of telephony, mobile, Internet and television services across Malta and Gozo.
GRANNY Melita Norwood, the Soviet Union's top British spy, has died aged 93 - it was revealed last night.
Susie is a dog, a six-year-old Australian shepherd who has become a vital part of the ministry at Melita Church in the southwestern corner of Manitoba.