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Text Size Foxit Software has released version 5 of its popular, lightweight PDF viewer, Foxit Reader . Version 5.0 now boasts XFA electronic form-filling capability, the ability to fit a document to the width of the page and split the screen into
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich has sharply criticized the municipal authorities of the city of Lvov for their announced decision not to take part in the victory celebrations commemorating WW II...George to remember Victory's Day heroes
Microsoft is experimenting with a ribbon interface for parts of Windows 8, and we have a gallery of leaked
Microsoft mixes in a bit of Phone and Office in Windows 8's interface April 2, 2011 Devindra Hardawar Microsoft is apparently using some recent design innovations from Windows Phone 7 and Office in early test versions of Windows 8, including aspects
Cameron Anderson entered a whopping 27 projects ranging from cake and cupcake decorating to baked items to crafts, educational posters and photography entries. All totaled, he received 2 purple rosettes, 2 green rosettes, 4 purple ribbons, 14 blue
In Christianity, baptism is the rite of admission, almost invariably with the use of (holy) water, into the Christian Church generally. It is also membership of a particular church tradition. Baptism has been called a sacrament by
Audio Icon You Can Build in Your Garage As studio-quality home-recording equipment has become cheaper over the years, a good microphonea key component of a bedroom setuphas remained prohibitively expensive for many amateurs.
Jan 5, 2011 16:52 Passementerie is a French word used to describe any item such as braids, cords, pompoms, tassels, tiebacks, rosettes or decorative fringes, used as an embellishment to clothing or soft furnishing.
A woman who organised the wearing of yellow ribbons in Greymouth says there has been no let up in the demand of the symbol of the town's grief. Debra Norton, manager of Greymouth Post Office, from which the ribbons were distributed this week said
A judge has used White Ribbon Day to hark back to the days of the six o'clock swill, saying it was a good way for men to vent. At a breakfast meeting in Wellington this morning, Principal Family Court Judge Peter Boshier suggested "man stops" be