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EPOC

An operating system developed in the late 1980s for PDAs from London-based Psion. Supporting Java applications, email, fax, infrared exchange and data synchronization with PCs, EPOC included a suite of PIM and productivity applications. It was later rebranded Symbian OS (see Symbian). See also epoch.
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Raw, Afterburn and Main Event are also broadcast on free-to-air TV channel MBC Action.
THE AFTERBURN EFFECT "WHEN you get burned after spending too much time in the sun, it's always best to address it right away by seeking out ingredients with anti-inflammatory properties, like aloe-vera," says Dr Ronald Moy, founder of DNA Renewal, which harnesses the DNA repair enzymes, the body's natural defence against UV, pollution and ageing.
WWE Raw ; WWE Afterburn A and WWE Main Event A are broadcast on MBC Action and OSN Sports.
WRESTLING: Late Night Bottom Line and Afterburn - Sky Sports 2 10pm.
Eat six spicy chicken wings in six minutes and endure a further six-minute afterburn (no drinks).
The researchers wanted to see how each supplement would affect the known metabolic afterburn generated by resistance training workouts.
It is also worth mentioning that MBC Action, the action-packed channel targeting young Arabic males, part of MBC Group, airs all the latest WWE action including WWE Raw, WWE Afterburn and WWE Superstars.
The 42-year-old has signed up for Afterburn - a science-fiction story set on Earth after a solar flare has destroyed half the planet.
There were flames coming out of its engine at the back, which I just thought was afterburn or whatever.
Series -- WWE Afterburn on MBC Action at 7pm WWE Afterburn is your chance to recap on all the exciting in-ring events taking place on SmackDown.
And for those times when the sun's rays may have been underestimated, Tender manufactures AfterBurn, first-aid relief for sunburn.
The MBR 300 is claimed to contain and protect against all lethal threats posed by the detonation of an improvised explosive device (IED); namely, primary fragments, secondary fragments, mechanical effects (shock/blast pressure) and thermal effects (contact and radiation burn) from the fireball, afterburn and resultant post-blast fires.