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An internal DOS/Windows command that displays the OS version. Type:
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personification; portrayed as infantile and tender. [Rom. Myth.: LLEI, I: 322]
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Entre los adultos jovenes, los que habian visto anuncios tenian hasta un 30 por ciento mas de probabilidades de comenzar a vapear.
Pela resolucao normativa numero 17 do Conare, autorizou-se a concessao de visto brasileiro a individuos afetados pelo conflito armado na Republica Arabe Siria que manifestem vontade de buscar refugio no Brasil.
<<Hemos avanzado con la policia y llegaba una ambulancia con cuatro personas en la parte de atras, y la policia abrio la ambulancia gritando que habia un arma (los chicos de Frecuencia Latina nos dijeron que ellos habian visto un arma).
Hemos visto partir a los lideres de aquel entonces y hemos reconocido a las nuevas generaciones que ha tomado el control de nuestra industria.
According to the company, Visto Mobile will enable iPhone users to securely and easily access push corporate e-mail without the need to download any additional software to the iPhone or introduce any changes to security policies or corporate firewall settings.
According to the company, Vodafone has implemented the Visto Mobile platform to simplify access to mobile e-mail, calendar, contacts, tasks and other services to its customers throughout Egypt.
(NYSE:RG) and Visto Corporation, has announced the launch of Mymail, a new wireless service providing two-way push e-mail, calendar and contacts to a customer's wireless device of choice.
Nunca he visto al Rio Bravo de cerca, pero me han dicho que, como delineacion de la frontera, no tiene nada de espectacular.
En los cuatro anos transcurridos desde que comenzo la recesion en Argentina, los fabricantes de refrescos independientes han visto crecer exponencialmente su cuota de mercado.
In a passage describing the discovery of the Laocoon, Barkan has Francesco da Sangallo say that the instant reaction of his distinguished father, Giuliano, and of Michelangelo himself, to the astonishing emergence of the sculpture from the ground was "[to start to] draw, all the while discoursing on ancient things ..." (3; see too 308), whereas their response might have been rather more humdrum: to go back to lunch, during which the discovery monopolized the conversation: "Si fece crescere la buca, per poterlo tirare fuori; e visto, ci tornammo a desinare: e sempre si ragiono delle cose antiche ..." (341).
He visto gigantes muros de prisiones devorando libertad en su