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1. Arthur. 1920--99, Australian painter and sculptor, noted for his large ceramic sculptures and his series of engravings
2. Martin (A'Beckett). 1893--1972, Australian novelist, author of Lucinda Brayford (1946) and of the Langton tetralogy The Cardboard Crown (1952), A Difficult Young Man (1955), Outbreak of Love (1957), and When Blackbirds Sing (1962)
3. Michael. born 1955, British theatre director; artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company from 2003
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BYOD(Bring Your Own Device) Refers to employees who bring their personal devices to work, whether laptop, smartphone or tablet, in order to interface to the corporate network. A huge amount of company data is accessed using employee-owned equipment. See CYOD, Windows To Go, Appleization, BYOC and IT consumerization.
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