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Free Cell

A slang term for the empty cubicle formerly used by an employee who has been fired.
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Freecell - Players need to strategically use four empty cells to move the cards around and clear all cards from the table.
com)-- UBJ3D has released a new FreeCell solitaire game for Android, iOS and Blackberry mobile devices and tablets.
Carrie usually hangs back at the house reading, working, or improving her Freecell success rate, so I was elated when she chose to come along.
During the initial control period, participants played four simple mouse-based computer games on a personal computer (PC) with their unaffected arm: Solitaire, Mah-Jong, FreeCell, and Bejeweled.
The program has 502 different games, including 26 versions of Klondike and 16 of FreeCell.
It's called Freecell, a solitaire computer game that she plays throughout the day.
In initial studies, each user was monitored as she played an adapted version of the FreeCell solitaire game; this was selected both because interviews with older adults showed that they enjoyed this activity and because it is one that incorporates aspects of cognition such as short-term memory and strategic planning that are directly relevant to the performance of activities of daily living.
QI GET an error message whenever I try the Freecell game and when I click "close" it says I've performed an illegal operation.
The object of FreeCell is to move all the cards to the home cells, using the free cells as placeholders.
Burning Monkey Solitaire 2 -- A bunch of freewheeling simians play pranks, tell jokes, offer suggestions, and mock users playing this collection of popular solitaire games including: Klondike, Freecell, Canfield, Pyramids, Golf, Calculation, Little Spider, Will O' the Wisp, & 52 Card Pick-up.
Five finalists--kOnyk, Acconci Studio, Freecell, Leslie Gill Architect, and Natalie Jeremijenko/Laura Kurgan Design--were selected from an open competition to redesign the artist-founded Tribeca alternative space, which recently celebrated its twentieth anniversary.
Until that dream comes to fruition, however, the term "netizen" denotes no more than a person in real-space, under the law of real sovereign states, gazing into the dull reality of a real-space computer screen (most likely playing FreeCell or shopping on Ebay).