Definitions for "Avalon "
Avalon is Apache's Java Server Framework project. It is separated into six subprojects: Framework, Excalibur, LogKit, Cornerstone, Phoenix, and Apps. Its purpose is to simplify server side programming for Java-based projects. It formalizes several best practices and patterns for server side programming. Framework describes the interfaces and contracts for the component-based architecture.
Mythical island paradise in the western seas where the body of King Arthur was taken. Claimed by some to be the area around Glastonbury in Somerset. (Until recent times, much of this region was regularly flooded.) Traditionally, Celtic peoples believed that a person's soul travelled to the west after death. To Index.
Said to be Arthur's last 'earthly destination'. Some believe it to be Glastonbury. Also known as part of the legend as an: "Enchanted island where, according to Geoffrey of Monmouth, Arthur's sword was forged and where he was conveyed after his last battle for his wounds to be attended to" (Lacy et al 1997: 284)
Keywords:  studio, climax, album, roxy, releasd
a vehicular combat game from developer Climax Studios
Avalon, released in June 1982, was Roxy Music's eighth studio album; it is generally regarded as the culmination of the smoother, more adult-oriented sound of the band's later work. It was a huge commercial success, hitting #1 in the UK (for 3 weeks) and staying on the album charts for over a year. Although it only climbed as high as #53, Avalon is notable as the band's only platinum record in the US.
Avalon is a video game currently in development by Climax Studios for the Play Station 3 and Xbox 360. The team are using their Blimey 2 game development engine.
Avalon was a webcomic by Josh Phillips set in the fictional city of Avalon, Ontario, Canada. It focused on a group of high school students, and while it was originally gag-a-day, it evolved into a coherent, long-term story with realistic characters. The comic launched on 1999-11-08 and was originally scheduled to end in August 2002.
Avalon is a federal electoral district in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 2004.
Avalon is a fictional planet in the 30th Century of the DC Universe.
Keywords:  lexa, stargate, doig, landry, browder
They marked the beginning of a "new" Stargate SG-1 that continued after the total closure and possible ending of the previous season. Despite seeing the departure of Richard Dean Anderson's Jack O'Neill, it sees the introduction of Ben Browder as Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell, Beau Bridges as Major General Hank Landry, and Lexa Doig as Dr.
Keywords:  plasm, lon, jerusem, seraphim, andonic
Centre of training for priestesses of the Goddess
(av' ah lon). A local universe neighbor of Nebadon. The first group of seraphim created in Nebadon were trained by a corps of seraphim from Avalon; a volunteer commission of surgeons from Avalon directed the implantation of Andonic life plasm for the Jerusem mortals.who volunteered for service as the 100 corporeal members of Prince Caligastia's staff. 360:1, (32:2.12); 421:0, (38:5.1); 742:4, (66:2.4); 743:1, (66:2.8)
Avalon (1990) is a feature film directed by Barry Levinson. It is a mostly autobiographical story of a family of Eastern European Jewish immigrants to the United States who settle in Baltimore, Maryland, at the beginning of the 20th century and eventually own a large home appliance store. Avalon explores the themes of assimilation and how modernity has changed American family life.
Avalon is a LACMTA Green Line station of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, located in the center median of Century Freeway above Avalon Boulevard in South Los Angeles. The original name for this station was Avalon/I-105 and it may still be used in some places.
Avalon is a Contemporary Christian group from Nashville, Tennessee, USA known for their harmonic singing and somewhat electronic sound.
Keywords:  annwfn, see
Keywords:  seton, anya, novel, published, american
Avalon is a novel, written by the American author Anya Seton. It was published in 1965.
A programming interface that will allow programmers to create applications that are tightly integrated into the core functions of Windows Vista. This includes a new graphics interface as well interaction with connectivity and storage.
" (code name): Graphics presentation technologies in Windows "Longhorn" that provides a unified architecture for presenting user interface, documents and media in the system.
Shadow where Corwin once ruled. It was later destroyed in some way, but a Shadow of it came to be ruled by Benedict.
Keywords:  wpf, discontinued, code, name, see
Discontinued code-name for WPF, see WPF.