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A property location.Typically refers to one planned for development,but does not necessarily have such a restrictive meaning.

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Having potential pornographic Web sites downloaded on laptops or opening viruses at home, teachers can bring that into the school's network when they come back to school.
In his company's study, nearly 25 percent of the sites had obvious typographical errors, some on the home page.
The majority of job-seeking Internet users in the United States feel recruitment sites are a more effective way of finding work than newspaper job listings (Greenfield Online, October 2002).
Along with sites that can be accessed from the Web, list-serves, e-mail technology, bulletin board discussion groups, and videoconferencing are elements of the Internet that allow school counselors access to the most pertinent information available regarding counseling and allow them to communicate with other professionals in counseling.
The hosts in the primary site continue working without interruption through the iSCSI switch to the remote storage systems even though the primary storage systems are off-line.
Most importantly, are any action plans or procedures in place to ensure these issues will be addressed so that data, documents, and records stored on Web sites will not simply evaporate or become unusable over time?
Consumer WebWatch has released "a core set of guidelines for web sites to improve the credibility of online information.
Web sites requiring such specialized software may offer interactive services that derive information from the agency's computer databases.
The CPA sites in exhibits 1 and 2, at right, offer a broad menu of services, but they are fast-loading, have short, clear paragraphs, drop-down menus and an uncluttered, consistent graphic format.
Whether you are Net savvy or wet behind the ears, the following sites are worth consideration as part of your African American-focused virtual destination list:
And, given the fact that most Web search systems provide relevance ranking (often with the criteria for this determination quite vague or impossible to obtain), there is a high probability that users will only review about fifty sites before selecting those that they will use.
For information about the science of blindness, visit the Web site of the American Foundation for the Blind: www.