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Windmill

A software framework one may use from almost any browser or across any platform to test web applications.
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The museum's Robertson post windmill is nearly one of a kind.
There will also be a one-way restriction on Windmill Brae, between its junctions with Crown Street and Bath Street, from 8am on May 20 until 6pm on May 24.
Under principle of right to way, the Commissioner Hyderabad asked the representative of SITE Limited to immediately restore the road of windmill power project.
The small band of English defenders on Windmill Hill were chased across the old Tyne Bridge - where the Swing Bridge is today - back into Newcastle, before the Scots began a major bombardment of the town from their new Gateshead vantage point.
You look underneath some of those windmills, it's like a killing field."
He also wants to sell sponsorships for the windmill app, with the money to be used to repair, maintain and obtain windmills.
Land near the 200-year-old grade II-listed windmill has been placed on the council's brownfield land register, prompting a flurry of complaints from residents..
The protesters fear any future development would have a negative effect on the windmill, which was built in 1826.
He says: "The windmill has been in the family for a generation, but it fell into disrepair.
be in The windmill has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms, an openplan kitchen/ dining room and a spiral staircase, and features an impressive balcony.
Stockton Council is installing a brand new timber play tower at Windmill Park, close to Ingleby Mill Primary School.
The Aeromotor Windmill Company began in Chicago in 1888 and remains the only manufacturer of water-pumping machines: Still Turning covers the company's history from its early roots to modern times, also providing a survey of the American windmill.