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MOO

MOO

(MultiUser Dimension Object-Oriented Technology) Same as MUD.
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At Mini Moos there are tons of activities for your little ones to enjoy both outdoors and indoors, including giant inflatables and zip lines.
Within a minute, a person in the bleachers spotted the boy in an open field behind the bucking chutes near where the horses and bulls are kept, Von Moos said.
It also helps that Moos is not looking to take any profit from Parcours, or from Tribal Art, the Brussels-based quarterly magazine he rescued in 2003.
A caller called Rachel posed the question: "How do cows moo in a British accent?" and Sir PatricK - who played Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star TreK: The Next Generation - was bold enough to go where few other Hollywood stars would tread.
While Moos emphasized that she remains supportive of Collins, she is still struggling to understand the dissolution of the former couple's eight-year relationship.
LATEST ARRIVALS The sow at Mini and Maxi Moos Adventure Land has given birth to a litter of piglets which will be on show to young visitors
Previously, Moos has spent 14 years at Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc (LEH), where he last served as CFO, Asia-Pacific ex-Japan, and treasurer, Asia-Pacific based in Tokyo and Hong Kong, the report added.[Editorial queries for this story should be sent to gbn@enpublishing.co.uk]
A service-connected disabled veteran, Moos began his DAV career in 1996 as a National Service Officer trainee at the Fargo, N.D., National Service Office.
As one of my 5-year-old friends observed, "Dogs don't moo!" And so his ultraconservative parents use his innocent observation as ammunition against gay men and women.
'I have not noticed a regional accent to any of the moos. It's silly,' he said.
A little over a decade ago David Bennahum could write confidently about the revolutionary potential of immersive, interactive, electronic spaces like Object Oriented Multi-User Dimensions (or "MOOs") for the classroom: "Unlike other information-dispensing innovations such as the photocopier and the videocassette, networked virtual spaces are likely to fundamentally change academia, since as a mode of information distribution, MOOs may well prove as revolutionary as the movable-type press" (1994, 36).