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Gator

The former name of the Claria Corporation (www.claria.com), which provides contextual ads to users. The Gator digital wallet, along with other client programs, are vehicles for analyzing a user's habits in order to target ads. See adware.
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But when Arianne's boyfriend Robert tried to pin the gator against the boat, it came to life and she had to fire a fourth arrow into the back of its head to make sure.
Thirty-three alligators died and 13 more were euthanized when an epidemic caused by mycoplasma, the bacterial group responsible for pneumonia, swept through a gator farm in Florida in 1995.
GATOR's joint Service training venue allows Air Force EOD teams to train as they will fight on the joint Service battlefield.
The Gator Bowl was the first college bowl game to be televised from coast to coast.
The new models include: the Gator TS, an economy version that retains all of the features of the 4x2 it replaces with some enhancements and a lower price point; the Gator TX, a premium 4x2 vehicle with additional features such as increased hp, all-wheel hydraulic disc brakes, all-wheel suspension, increased cargo box and towing capacities and high-performance tires; and the Gator TH 6x4, a six-wheeled UTV targeted toward heavier applications with rear full-time four-wheel drive and a larger 1000 lb.
Those instinctive actions are not only essential for the gator's survival but provide habitat for numerous other species that share its water space.
We think a mouth-capacity limit of 10 teeth is in order, and gators should have no protruding "handles" or "grips." And don't try to get out of it by claiming your alligator is a "sporting gator only" or a "curio and relic" gator.
The Gator Program doesn't wait until students are in high school to stoke their ambitions, but instead reaches into the middle schools, where (whether they realize it or not) children begin to make choices about their careers, through the effort they invest in science and math study.
Consider the similarities between football devotion and religious worship: Every fall weekend thousands of students and alumni here drape themselves in sacred colors (orange and blue), bear on their bodies images of their religious totem (gators), snake across the Southeast in long pilgrimage lines (car caravans), in their journey to houses of worship (football stadiums), where they sing hymns ("We Are the Boys of Old Florida"), drone chants ("defense, defense"), and participate in rituals (the Gator Chomp, the Two Bits cheer) in worship of their saint-like team (quarterback Danny Wuerffel) and superhuman coach (Steve Spurrier)."
"Gator utility vehicles are exposed to many different conditions ranging from cold temperatures in the north, to salty beaches and hot weather, to fertilizer on golf courses," said Lou Gomez, manager, manufacturing engineering, John Deere Vehicle Group.
To allow the cruisers to perform these duties, Navy leaders found an alternative in the Gator Navy.
In charting the nearly overnight rise and fall of 1980s pro skateboarding phenom Mark "Gator" Rogowski, Helen Stickler's film doesn't cover territory all that dissimilar from the average episode of "The E!