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Spry

An application framework from Adobe for building rich Internet applications using HTML. Spry takes the tedium out of writing AJAX code and also includes routines for creating animation effects and building widgets. For more information, visit http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/spry. See AJAX and RIA.
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It is unlikely that Spry could have travelled further up river even if the owners wanted to, as boat experts think the mast was almost certainly fixed, meaning the trow would have been unable to get under the bridges.
"Some of these operators are baling the feedstock themselves," notes Spry. This could include the operators of auto dismantling operations that are owned by shredding plant operators such as Schnitzer Steel Industries, David J.
During the four-week trial the jury at Bristol Crown Court heard harrowing evidence of how Spry subjected the children to a regime of abuse.
Judge Simon Darwall-Smith told Spry that this was the worst case he had come across in 40 years in law.
Dafoe, Spry obtained a job as a reporter with the Manitoba Free Press.
The Toronto-born, England-educated Spry, who moved to Montreal to join the National Film Board of Canada in 1964, directed a number of groundbreaking films in the 1970s, including the controversial NFB documentary feature "Action: The October Crisis of 1970." He then moved into directing dramatic feature films, notably the suspense film "One Man," which played the Cannes film festival in 1977, and "Suzanne" (1980).
Constance Spry is indeed a name, or an icon, or perhaps more accurately a brand, that evokes specific associations--there is the celebrated 1950s cookbook (viewed as a kind of updated Mrs Beeton), flower arranging at the Women's Institute, a Mayfair flower shop and correspondence courses in everything from etiquette to party-hosting.
"These results suggest that even people with mild forms of kidney disease should refrain from following a high-protein diet for long periods of time and instead stick to meals more balanced in other food groups, such as vegetables and carbohydrates," says Leslie Spry, M.D., spokesperson for the National Kidney Foundation.
He proposes that these spry predators would first hunt the fat, docile harbor seals.
On one side was the ebullient Bainton, Congregational minister and pacifist, brilliant lecturer, spry and physically active well into old age, and someone who wrote quickly and easily scholarly and popular works.
The four basic components of the system are: a Spraying Systems tank washer or tank-cleaning muzzle, a control panel containing an AutoJet Spry Controller, a specially selected pump and an engineered process control package.
The SPRY Foundation, the research and education arm of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, and Caresource Healthcare Communications have published a book that seeks to improve communications among healthcare professionals, senior service organizations, and the older adults they serve.