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moonlight

light from the sun received on earth after reflection by the moon

Moonlight

An open source version of Microsoft's Silverlight from the Mono project. Moonlight provides a runtime engine that allows Silverlight applications to run on Linux and also provides a Linux software development kit (SDK) for building Silverlight applications. Microsoft and Novell are sponsors of the project, which issued the first public release of Moonlight in the spring of 2008. For more information, visit www.mono-project.com. See Silverlight and Mono.
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It may also fulfill other pecuniary needs of the moonlighters.
Moonlighters were found unhappy with promotion practices, therefore it is felt this aspect needs elaboration and implementation in true letter and spirit.
The Moonlighters in action Mick Irish, above left, and Michael Walters, at the Teesside Ability Support Centre in Middlesbrough where everyone enjoyed the afternoon 180314MOON IAN MCINTYRE
Other moonlighters at Kent Police include a detective inspector who caddies for golfers and one teaching scuba-diving.
The earliest Rangers team were known as The Moonlighters because they frequently trained at their Kinning Park ground long into the night in preparation for their first Scottish Cup Final in 1877.
This competition rises when including moonlighters or individuals who run accounting practices part-time.
Driving incompetent or unscrupulous moonlighters out of the tax business should be the low-hanging enforcement fruit.
Report 40) Results from a supplement to the May 2001 Current Population Survey reveal that "more than one in three moonlighters worked multiple jobs in order to earn extra money, a category that could include saving for the future or getting extra money to buy something special.
he so deftly elicits on television accompany what, for many other celebrity moonlighters, is an ill-advised indulgence?
11) Among the other common reasons for working multiple jobs, enjoyment of the second job was reported by 18 percent of moonlighters, and 4 percent of moonlighters mainly wanted to build a business or get experience in a different job.
Among those hoping to become moonlighters, 53% are breadwinners in the 25-44 age bracket and 40% are in the 45-64 bracket.
Among moonlighters 'Professionals' and 'Technicians' are holding their secondary job in same occupational category; apart from these two occupational categories managers and elementary occupations also seems popular for moonlighting.