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BREW

(Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless) An application development environment from Qualcomm for enhanced cellphone services (email, games, etc.). BREW is directly supported in the CDMA chipsets from Qualcomm, and BREW-enabled applications work no matter what the underlying system software in the cellphone handset. Originally developed for Qualcomm's CDMA technology, BREW has been extended to GSM and TDMA cellular systems. See J2ME and CDMA.
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Barley has widely been used for beer brewage, whereas considerable B-hordein and C-hordein, as the main composition of hordein protein, would remain in the spent grain after malting and brewing at high temperature [8, 9].
For instance, Fisiak lists only the assimilated orthography of coca cola: koka-kola, the preponderant spelling of which nowadays is the former, possibly due to an increased exposure of Poles to commercials advertising this brewage and the brewage as such.
Childe Roland repeatedly speculates on the causes of the violence and devastation he sees--"What made those holes and rents / In the dock's harsh swarth leaves?" (69-70); "what war did they wage [...]?" (129); "What penned them there with all the plain to choose?" (134); "What bad use was that engine for" (140)--and responds with grotesque speculations: "'tis a brute must walk / Pashing their life out, with a brute's intents" (71-72); "Toads in a poisoned tank, / Or wild cats in a red-hot iron cage" (131-32); "Mad brewage set to work / Their brains, no doubt, like galley-slaves the Turk / Pits for his pastime" (136-38); "to sharpen its rusty teeth of steel" (144).