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Liberate

(Liberate Technologies, San Mateo, CA) A software company that specialized in the information appliance field. Formerly Network Computer, Inc. (NCI), a spin-off from Oracle in 1996, it changed its name in 1999. The company initially promoted the NC Reference Profile specification, later turned over to The Open Group. Liberate provided client and server software for satellite, cable, telco, ISP and corporations to deliver thin computing services. In 2005 the company declared bankruptcy and sold its North American assets to Cox Communications and Comcast Corporation. See network computer.
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In a statement on the 45 th anniversary of liberating al-Quneitra City and the 13rd anniversary of its inception, the Authority said that the continued resistance by people of the occupied Golan and their standing in the face of the arbitrary measures imposed by the Zionist entity are not strange as they are deep-rooted in their values and principles.
The battles showed that Azerbaijan has become a mighty state, it has a say in the region, and is capable of liberating its lands from the Armenian occupation at any moment, he said.
Al Mutlak told Petra's reporter in Baghdad that liberating the city from the terrorist group is an important step to re-open the international highway between Jordan and Iraq.
God in the really human: That means a kind of secularization, an emphasis on humanness, wordliness, on earth itself, flesh and common life, which is a very liberating factor in Luther's theology.
"Yet because we have acted in the great liberating tradition of this nation, tens of millions have achieved their freedom....
Concluding that the map is 'at once empirically rooted and imaginatively liberated and liberating', he makes the case for the map as a prosthetic extension of the human body, highlighting the significance of digital mapping technologies not as new, but as the continuation of an important thread of architectural discourse.
Real emancipation for Palestinians and Jews in Palestine is to be sought in liberating Jews from Zionism and liberating Palestinians and their land from "sea to shining sea."
But for heaven's sake, it was never about liberating or not liberating homosexuals.
Forthrightly, Coleman posits that this attempted uprooting of the Calibanic narrative is inexorably liberating and circumscribing; he asserts very clearly that these authors' technical virtuosity has yielded nuanced attempts to re-inscribe black male subjectivity that may on one level reaffirm the dreaded Calibanistic narrative but on another concomitantly interrupt and refashion it.
The Heavy Rasper reduces the chunks into chips smaller than 3/4 inches, liberating more than 95 percent of the steel wire for magnetic separation.
ROBIN Davies of Anglesey (Letters, April 26) says that ``there are still some of us around who are overjoyed to see the Union Jack carried by liberating troops''.
Despite its efficacy in liberating students to express themselves and read with a participatory ardor, Whole Language constitutes a direct challenge to time-honored religious traditions, especially those which elevate certain books and ideas above people.