Castanet


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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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Again he clinks his metal castanet, and leads us leisurely away.
It was a strange clicking noise in the distance not unlike castanets.
The remarkable castanet virtuoso, Lucero Tena, a former flamenco dancer, has performed as a solo castanetist in prestigious venues on five continents.
With him were at least half of his 1,000-strong entourage, regional official Philippe Castanet added.
The camp Strictly judge plays a singing Spanish castanet player for Dole squash and may ask pal Simon Cowell for a hand.
The new discovery, uncovered at a site called Abri Castanet in France, consists mainly of circular carvings most likely meant to represent the vulva.
Moreover, the castanet, babassu and ouricuri have presented high oil content, ranging from 35.5 to 54.0% per weight of plant material, being potential suppliers of oil to produce biodiesel.
Paper Plate Castanet: If you've got some paper plates left over from Christmas, encourage the kids to make a castanet, ready for a New Year party.
In the chattering litheness of "Castanet," "In the spider / of the hand, / you ripple / the warm air," the original poem is stunning with the repeated onomatopoeia of "crotolo" (Spanish for "castanet"), but the translation does not dishonor it.
Back: Mark Kendall (SRS Technology Group plc), John Fazakerley (GAD), Charles Castanet (KPMG), John Lamb (Birmingham Chamber of Industry & Commerce), Colin Macklin (Trans Media), Nick Venning (PricewaterhouseCooper and chair of St Basils Fund-raising Committee), Keith Dudley (Martineau Johnson); Front: Blair Kesseler (St Basils), Natalie Mudd (Wragge & Co), Sian Chapman (Wragge & Co
The basic tenet of skeletochronology is that bone growth is cyclic and has an annual periodicity in which bone formation ceases or slows before new, relatively rapid bone formation resumes (Simmons, 1992; Castanet et al., 1993; Klevezal, 1996).