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Thunderbird

(messaging, open source)
A complete free, open-source e-mail client from the Mozilla Foundation and therefore a true code descendent of the e-mail code in Netscape Navigator. The first non-beta release was in late 2004. The Firefox web browser is from the same source.

Thunderbird Home.

Thunderbird

(1) A full-featured email client for Windows, Mac and Linux from the Mozilla Foundation. It provides unique features including a Saved Search feature that provides a virtual mailbox based on specific search criteria. For example, all mail from a particular person can be in a Saved Search folder although the physical messages are stored in several other mailboxes.

Like its Firefox Web browser counterpart, Thunderbird also supports "extensions," which are plug-ins that enhance the program. For more information, visit www.mozilla.org. See Firefox and Penelope.

(2) The code name for AMD's 1.1 GHz Athlon processor introduced in August 2000. The L2 die is on cache. See AMD.
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From 1955 to 2005, a total of 4.3 million Thunderbirds were sold.
LeMuel is one of only two female crew chiefs assigned to the Thunderbirds and the only one selected to perform on this year's "show line," the maintainers who are trained to perform choreographed launch and recovery routines in front of air show crowds.
"We're hoping that we've created a new industry here," says Thunderbird CEO Tim Gamble, "Sitcom is a proven commodity (in Canada)."
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While Gordon Fritz, the dealer who sold these moccasins to the Bata Shoe Museum described the central vamp design as a Thunderbird or Eagle, it is clearly another example of the Cheyenne use of Algonkian Thunderbird symbology in their beadwork embroidery.
The program begins with a one-week visit to Thunderbird's Glendale, Arizona, main campus and ends with a one-week seminar there as well.
He's cast as revenge-seeking baddie The Hood in the big-budget romp, which also stars Bill Paxton as leader of the Thunderbirds crew.
Thunderbird is a commanding storyteller who holds the floor well.
And he gives significant credit to a former Thunderbird and colleague of his, Colonel (retired) Bill Elander, a former POW in Vietnam.
In addition to the Thunderbird, the association will give away $6,000 in cash prizes at the raffle, in $1,000, $2,000 and $3,000 amounts.
Promotional videos and CD-ROMs have long been a part of Camp Thunderbird's camper recruiting efforts.
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