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EPOD

(Electronic Publishing On Demand, Electronic Printing On Demand) See print-on-demand.
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2,3,307-313; Epod. 9,3; Odes 3,29,9-10); elsewhere we learn that Augustus liked to spend time there when ill (Suet.
"The EMT's ability to turn wind into a guaranteed source of power removes the single largest obstacle to the mass adoption of commercial wind power," said Mark Roseborough, EPOD President.
"We wanted to enhance the use of vehicle mobile technology with an ePod solution designed specifically for the automotive logistics industry."
"This glacier is somewhat unique in that its path takes it across an arm of a large lake," NASA scientist and EPOD curator Jim Foster t(http://www.ouramazingplanet.com/4116-glacier-rupturing-photo.html) old the site OurAmazingPlanet .
ICP Solar Technologies Inc (OTCBB: ICPR) (Frankfurt:K1U), a developer and marketer of proprietary solar panels and products, announced on Thursday that it has signed a definitive agreement with EPOD Solar Inc, a solar energy company.
Execution of the agreement follows EPOD's recent announcement where the company made clear its intent to increase its focus on the global solar power market.
Others include: Odes 3.28.8 on Bibulus, Odes 1.5.4 on Pyrrha and the jokes on the poet's own name in Epod, 15.12 and Serm.