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A dBASE IV-compatible DBMS and compiler (Arago Quicksilver) originally developed by WordTech Systems. In 1992, the technology was acquired by Borland.
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Well, I can only give you the answer which Arago borrowed from Plutarch, which is nineteen centuries old.
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25, it credits three co-authors: the subject himself, his life-long buddy Jorge Arago who passed away in 2015, and Angela Stuart-Santiago, in whose hands this testament to entwined lives, creativity and a memorable milieu became a labor of love enhanced by pluperfect strategic decisions.
The killings of Puerto Galera Councilor Melchor Arago and his 15-year-old son, Kenneth, came two days after Dela Rosa called critics of unlawful killings in President Duterte's brutal war on drugs 'ingrates.
The derelict boat is likely to reach a beach in the next 24 hours, between Bandon and Cape Arago, according to the state Parks and Recreation Department.
16 October 2014 - Global investment firm KKR said on Thursday it had provided equity capital to German IT automation expert arago AG to help the company finance its overseas expansion.
In France [astronomer Francois] Arago pointed out that the accomplishments in the land of the free were being surpassed by those in the 'land of the serfs.
aACAyaACAyDoing Business in Dubai" was a joint initiative between Jafza, Bin Shabib & Associates, Arago, a Paris based leading consultancy company, and Franco Arab Chamber of Commerce.
Insulated Cross-arms, manufactured and sold by university spin-out company Arago Technology, have been installed on pylons in remote areas of the UK to test resistance to extreme weather and are also being tested for eventual use with 400,000V systems at a coastal site in Scotland.
Led by the astronomer Francois Arago, the period's dissident scientists strove to demystify what Balzac deemed the "imponderable fluids": those shifting, weightless substances discernable only through their effects, such as electricity, heat, light, and magnetism.