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Brand name for the first make of spring loaded camming device, originally patented by Ray Jardine in 1978 ( US patent 4,184,657) and now manufactured by Wild Country; loosely, any brand of SLCD. Its invention revolutionised rock climbing because it meant that climbs with parallel cracks could be protected.
One of a religious sect characterized by disuse of outward rites and an ordained ministry, by simplicity of dress and speech, and esp. by opposition to war and a desire to live at peace with all men. They are popularly called Quakers.
a multi-platform compatible script that is a all server side code, like most of our stuff, and I really don't have too much to say about it that isn't covered in the comments so give it a whirl and have some fun with it
A function which is not a member¤ of a class¤, but which the class¤ has granted full access rights. In other words, a non-class¤-member¤ which can nevertheless access the non-public members¤ of a specific class¤.
a splendid fellow as long as he can be used, but when he no longer contributes to their happiness and well being, he will be tossed aside with no more compunction than one would throw away a squeezed lemon
Friend is the title of a 1985 science fiction horror novel by Diana Henstell, about a young man who tries to help a dying friend survive by implanting his robot's chip into her, only to find that it turns her into a homicidal terror.
Friend (ì¹œêµ¬ chin-gu) is a 2001 South Korean film directed by Kwak Kyung-taek. At one time, it was the highest-grossing Korean movie of all time, but has since been surpassed by Silmido and Taegukgi.
a senior manager for Sony TVE (TV Europe) and has been telling me about the development of the new gel-tvs- you can roll them up into a tube for portabillity, lay them flat, on your lap - anywhere basically - sounds pretty funky