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the meaning or significance of a poem, painting, or other work of art, as distinguished from its style or form

content

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On the Internet, content is any information that is available for retrieval by the user, including Web pages, images, music, audio, white papers, driver and software downloads as well as training, educational and reference materials.
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Some are the key players taken under coverage for this study are Spera, Shortlist, Upwork, Contently, Kalo Industries, Freelancer, WorkMarket (ADP), Guru, OnForce, CrowdSource & Expert360.
With more than 1.5 million users the world over, the instant messaging app has been contently rolling out new features to enhance user experience.
For most of the game Bielsa, who has breathed new life and ambition into the club, could sit contently on his blue bucket trusting his side to continue their exciting progress despite falling a goal behind.
It's at this point while we're driving out that we spot a white rhino on the side of the road, grazing contently.
The Place for Me Contently sat on a quiet chair, as Autumn sun rays warm my face.
With everyone looked after the guests are now loafing contently on their soft cotton beds, whilst a few treat themselves to a leisurely bath.
In fact, a story that still gets an audible chuckle out of Sharon today is the fact that Patty is the only friend she would let drive her motorcycle years ago.<br />Thompson and Bresser fell in love, Thompson concluding with her therapist's help that it was what Sharon would want for her.<br />"That was one of the hardest decisions I ever made," Thompson said, sitting next to Kowalski, giving her a tube feeding with Bresser contently listening across the family's kitchen table.
Fresh, tender meat with the softest nan I have ever tasted, as I sat contently and still as the attentive staff tempting me with desserts and coffee.
The Korean of the past could sit contently in a humble room because the material aspects of his or her situation were not the most critical.
Respondents included freelance workers from well-known marketplaces such as Airbnb, Etsy, Fiverr, Contently, iStock, and 99designs, amongst others.
She suspected that her father had known all along what would happen and yet he planned her goodbye party, comfortably and contently. She felt ashamed, then disgusted, then hatred for her defiled body.
The data utilized for this study were basically sourced from secondary data collection, and thus contently analyzed based on the nature and practical experience of how the access and the use of Internet has been hindered through undue intervention by governments in Africa.