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MASCOT

Modular Approach to Software Construction Operation and Test: a method for software design aimed at real-time embedded systems from the Royal Signals and Research Establishment, UK.
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The Tokyo 2020 mascot will hope to replicate the success of Soohorang, the cuddly stuffed tiger from the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang handed out to athletes on the podium.
Another key eCommerce solution, the is MASCOT SmartStore platform, a web-based ordering system for workwear and personal protective equipment that makes ordering of new workwear quick, easy and error free.
The mascot change conversation began after the state Board of Education ruled in 2012 that schools with Native American-themed mascots must find new ones.
I love a mascot who "high fives" a player or manager who doesn't want to be high-fived.
Boys and girls have proudly walked on to pitches as mascots for their favourite sporting teams for many a year.
In the 1990s Everton gave the name of their greatest ever footballer to a giant children's mascot memorably described by the ECHO's Philip McNulty as a "six feet foam idiot".
It was originally a pirate costume that was converted to look similar to the Arab mascot a few years ago," says David Hinkle, former secretary of the board of directors of the Coachella Valley High School Alumni Association.
com in 2013 was about the hundreds of mascots that represent credit unions around the country to create a fun, entertaining presence at events such as branch grand openings, community events and even parades.
It's just a matter of whether we have a change in the caricature of the mascot.
The word mascot, which may have been first used dialectically in Provence and Gascony to describe anything that brought luck to a household, was subsequently popularized by a comic operetta entitled La Mascotte.
Students learn everything from how to do different walking styles to special mascot dance routines, and at the end of each class they put on performances to be judged by their fellow classmates.
He and mascots from more than 20 soccer clubs will take part in the sprint tomorrow to raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK through its charity partnership with The Football League.