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Castanet

The initial name given to Java-based content delivery software for the Internet and intranets from Marimba. Renamed Desktop/Mobile Management, the software provides application updates and other published content for client machines. In 2004, Marimba was acquired by BMC Software, which supports and further develops the Marimba product line via the renamed Configuration Management portfolio. For more information, visit www.bmc.com. See Bongo.
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We are excited that Castagnet, the world's number one watercolorist, and many other celebrity artists are participating in the festival.
Master watercolourist Alvaro Castagnet will be among the celeb faces at the festival Image Credit: Supplied By Sharmila Dhal, Chief Reporter
Genevieve Alice Ripley Dominique Max Von Essen Aimable Castagnet Lenny Wolpe Denise Gay Marshall Claude Richard Pruitt
Art workshops taught by internationally known instructors such as Charles Reid, Ron Ranson and Alvaro Castagnet.
37 Tamimi, who earned the rare distinction of becoming the first Qatari to win a match at the championship on Sunday when he ousted 11 th seed Simon Rosner in five games, put up a commanding display and defeated French Mathieu Castagnet in four games.
Mathieu Castagnet of France, Australia's Cameron Pilley and Egypt's Tarek Momen also entered the second round yesterday.
The last four remaining places were in the balance heading into Egypt, but were clinched by World No 6 Mathieu Castagnet of France, World No 5 Miguel Angel Rodriguez of Colombia, World No 11 Simon Rosner of Germany and World No 13 Cameron Pilley of Australia.
Egypt's Omar Mosaad won over France's Mathieu Castagnet, with scores of 15-13, 11-4, 11-4, and the final result of 3-0.
Elsewhere in the top 20 Frenchman Mathieu Castagnet also celebrates a career high having continued his recent steady progression to reach World No.
Saluzzo JF, Cornet M, Castagnet P, Rey C, Digoutte JR Isolation of dengue 2 and dengue 4 viruses from patients in Senegal.
Esportiu Rocafort Squash Open, Barcelona, Spain: 1st round: Constantino Casas (Spa) bt (1) Luca Mastrostefano (Ita) 11-5 10-11 (1-3) 11-7 11-8, (5) Mathieu Castagnet (Fra) bt Philip Nightingale (Eng) 11-6 5-11 9-11 11-8 11-1, (4) Badr Abdel Aziz (Swe) bt Alejandro Garbi Caro (Spa) 11 - 5 11 - 9 11 - 6, (7) Fabien Verseille (Fra) bt (Q) Rene Mijs (Ned) 11-4 11-10 (2-0) 4-11 4-11 11-8, Oriol Salvia (Spa) bt (6) Yann Perrin (Fra) 11-4 11-5 6-11 11-2, Nick Wall (Eng) bt (3) Andras Torok (Hun) 11-10 (3-1) 7-11 2-11 11-10 (2-0) 11-4, Sam Atkins (Nzl) bt (8) Petros Tzamaloukas (Gre) 11 - 7 11 - 3 11 - 5, Chris Ryder (Eng) bt (2) Ahmed Mohsen Hassaan (Egy) 11-5 10-11 (0-2) 11-6 11-6.
In yet another exciting match, England's Nick Matthew produced a masterclass in patient, physical squash and a display of relentless tenacity to break the French resistance of Mathieu Castagnet in a high quality three-game affair which saw the 'Wolf' winning 3-0: 13-11, 11-9, 11-3 in 47 minutes.