Millicent


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Millicent

(MILLICENT) A lightweight, secure microcommerce application from Digital in the 1990s that was intended for transactions of very small monetary value on the Internet. The term stands for "one thousandth of a cent." See microcommerce.
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Aunt Millicent remarked it last time she was here, and I know how it would hurt me to see MY father in a broken glass."
Nigel Twiston-Davies, trainer of Millicent Silver She has a decent chance.
The flower girls were Millicent Dickson, Isabella Priestley and Polly Waite.
The company's head of marketing for Kenya Millicent Ngatia said Huawei opened its flagship store at the Garden City Mall along Thika Superhighway.
Determined to find the explorer, Mrs Brown takes Paddington to see her friend Mr Gruber (Jim Broadbent), an antiques dealer who might have clues to his existence, but, in doing so, they attract the attention of cranky curtain twitcher Mr Curry (Peter Capldi) and a slimy associate of villainous taxidermist Millicent (Nicole Kidman) who is hell-bent on "stuffing that bear".
Among the boys names enjoying a revival are Wyatt, Audley and Peyton while medieval girls' names making a comeback include Millicent, Elvina and Kendra.
Despite not having been popular for hundreds of years, medieval names such as Wyatt, Audley and Peyton for boys and Millicent, Elvina and Kendra for girls are making a comeback.
Among the boys names enjoying a revival are Wyatt, Audley and Peyton while medieval girls names making a comeback include Millicent, Elvina and Kendra.
Millicent Owuor, 20, gave birth to the twins in south-west Kenya on the day Obama was re-elected.
WATERHOUSE Millicent Peacefully in hospital on March 25, Millicent of Loftus.
Yesterday was International Women's Day and today is the 50th birthday of Barbara Millicent Roberts.
Tisdale, Fine Indian Jewelry Of The Southwest: The Millicent Rogers Museum Collection offers an impressively informative history and survey of the southwestern Native American jewelry that is represented in the collection of the Millicent Rogers Museum as the result of art patron and passionate collector Millicent Rogers who assembled a spectacular collection of Navajo and Zuni silver and turquoise, Hopi silverwork, and Pueblo stone and shell jewelry during the late 1940s and early 1950s.