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      Enigma Machine - Wikipedia article 
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    In the history of cryptography, the Enigma was a portable cipher machine used to encrypt and decrypt secret messages. More precisely, Enigma was a family of related electro-mechanical rotor machines — there were a variety of different models.

    The Enigma was used commercially from the early 1920s on, and was also adopted by the military and governmental services of a number of nations — most famously by Nazi Germany before and during World War II.

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      Microsoft PowerPoint - Wikipedia 
    Description: Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation program developed for the Microsoft Windows and Mac OS computer operating systems. Being widely used by businesspeople, educators, and trainers, it is among the most prevalent forms of persuasion technology: according to its vendor, Microsoft Corporation, some 30 million presentations are made with PowerPoint every day.
    Added on: 10-Nov-2005 Hits: 648
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      Snowmobile - Wikipedia article 
    Description: A snowmobile (or snow scooter, often referred to by enthusiasts as a 'sled' and in the Canadian north and Alaska as a 'snowmachine') is a land vehicle propelled by one or two rubber tracks, with skis for steering. They are designed to be operated on snow and ice, and require no road or trail. Most snowmobiles are typically powered by two-stroke gasoline/petrol internal combustion engines. Even though they are not designed for it, snowmobiles will skim on top of water if the speed is high enough, as demonstrated by the annual snowmobile river drag race in Kautokeino, Norway. Summertime occupations for snowmobile enthusiasts can also involve drag racing on grass or even asphalt strips. People that drive them are commonly known as snowmobilers.
    Added on: 03-Mar-2006 Hits: 651
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      Visual Basic 
    Description: Visual Basic (VB) is an event driven programming language and associated development environment prototyped by Alan Cooper as Project Ruby, then bought and vastly improved upon by Microsoft. It is derived heavily from BASIC and enables rapid application development (RAD) of graphical user interface (GUI) applications, access to databases using DAO, RDO, or ADO, and creation of ActiveX controls and objects.
    Added on: 12-Jun-2006 Hits: 658
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      Gong 
    Description: The signal bell mounted on a tram, trolley, streetcar, cable car or light rail train is known as a gong. It is a bowl-shaped bell typically mounted on the front of the leading car. It is sounded to act as a warning in areas where whistles and horns are prohibited. The "Clang" of the trolley refers to the sound made by the warning gong. In the Tram controls, the gong is operated by a foot lever. A smaller gong with a bell pull is mounted by the rear door of these railcars. It operated by the conductor to notify the motorman that it is safe to proceed.
    Added on: 03-Apr-2006 Hits: 677
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      Police Car - Wikipedia 
    Description: A police car is a vehicle used by police forces around the world to patrol, temporarily detain and transport individual criminal suspects.

    Such vehicles are known variously around the world as police cruiser, squad car, prowler, radio car, panda car, area car, scout car or patrol car. In some places a police car may also be nicknamed a cop car, a cherry top or a jam sandwich.

    Use of the police car has largely replaced the tradition of officers or constables "walking a beat" in most jurisdictions. Advocates of community policing have asked police departments to encourage constables to spend less time in their vehicles and more time walking the streets and interacting with the community.

    With the advent of highways and motorways, special patrols have been established to monitor traffic offenses as well as engage suspects in flight. Highway and motorway patrols may use special pursuit cars that are designed for safe handling at higher speeds.
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      List of Internet Slang - Wikipedia 
    Description: Wikipedia has the most complete list of internet slang and abbreviations used in chat rooms that I could find.
    Added on: 26-Oct-2005 Hits: 695
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      UCLA - University Of California, Los Angeles 
    Description: University Of California, Los Angeles
    Added on: 26-May-2005 Hits: 722
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      Honda Broderick Cup 
    Description: Women's Collegiate Athletic Awards
    Added on: 26-May-2005 Hits: 747
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      Roger Barkley 
    Description: Roger Barkley (b. September 11, 1936 Odebolt, Iowa, USA; d.December 21, 1997, Duarte, California) was a Los Angeles radio personality best remembered for his work with Al Lohman as part of The Lohman and Barkley Show over KFI (AM).

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