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Browser

A computer program used to find files or to surf the Internet. Web browsers are necessary to engage in e-commerce. That is, one cannot buy a book online without a browser to access a website from which to order books.
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Private browsing does not anonymize the user or block any site or advertiser from tracking what they view online.
We used linear regression analysis to determine 1) the relationship between the cumulative shoot removal measured with the simulated browsing photographic/GIS technique (indirect) and the direct measurements, and 2) the relationship of biomass removal to cumulative shoot length removal associated with the indirect and direct measurement techniques.
According to the company, operators can brand the user experience by defining headers, footers, messages, text attributes, titles and backgrounds, while subscribers can mirror desktop browsing habits with favourites and history.
Branches or leaves containing no resources are not displayed in the browsing interface, which allows collection developers to enter or import a large taxonomy for use when cataloging resources without unnecessarily cluttering the selection presented to end users.
As we expand our offerings across various facets of the mobile industry, 3GSM gives us the opportunity for mobile operators, device manufactures and mobile application developers to see Bitstream's range of mobile browsing technologies in one place.
We are delighted to bring the wonder of the browsing experience with Opera Mini, said Michele Curran, Vice President for Data Services at Sun Cellular.
Many factors influence the height to which a given plant can grow, including climate, recent weather, and browsing pressure.
Striped maple, a frequent understory component in mature hardwood stands representative of the study area (Rowe 1972, Rutkowski and Stottlemeyer 1993), comprised nearly one-third of all browse consumed and had a relatively high mean browsing intensity.
In Firefox 2, tabbed browsing has been further improved with the addition of individual close buttons on each tab, enhanced tab navigation features, and a session restore system that automatically restores previously-open windows and tabs when a new browsing session is started.
Key words: browsing, ecosystems, moose, soil, vegetation
CAPE TOWN, South Africa & PARIS -- Cellicium[TM], an Esmertec[TM] (SWX:ESMN) company, today announced the successful implementation and adoption of its leading USSD1 Browsing solution by Sonatel Mobiles, Senegal's mobile telecommunications service provider.
We hypothesized that browsing by moose has changed the plant species composition, the availability of browse, and influenced forest successional patterns.