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UDDI

Universal Description, Discovery and Integration. A registry for businesses to list themselves online. UDDI also allows users to access web services. Businesses listed on UDDI are organized by name and contact information, industry or sector, and the specific services offered. UDDI was written in 2000 but was not widely adopted. It was largely abandoned by 2010.
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Heng Shui Hiu first made the soap for her family's use.
For color, purchase artificial soap making dyes or natural pigments and micas.
Soap manufacturers add fragrances, colours, germicides, builders and active agents, depending on the purpose of the soap.
The company only purchases high quality ingredients so as to ensure clients are only treated to luxurious products, and after spending endless hours perfecting their formulas, have finally decided to share their hand crafted designer soap bars, as well as their amazing body wash with the world.
Upon her return to the kingdom, she put her bubbly wisdom to work and after trial and error, the self-sufficient 26-year-old from Muharraq began to create and cure her own organic, sensitive skin-friendly soap.
Dates soap is one of her grandmother's products for brides.
A standard bathing ritual was then conducted with the soap dropped into the water at random intervals.
Aside from those courses topics also include how to make household products such as tile and bowl cleaner, glass cleaner, carpet shampoo, air freshener, car shampoo, tire black and body products such as body scrub, foot spa soap, foot spray, foot powder, hair shampoo, hand body lotion and hand sanitizer.
Note: The press board is not attached to the other 4 boards because it is the board that presses down on the cut-up pieces of old soap.
Shoma Munshi's book is the first book-length study of the new wave of soap operas which appeared on Indian television starting in 2000, following the economic liberalisation of the country in the early 1990s and the accompanying spread of cable and satellite television, a process which is still on-going.
Nestled among the 2,000-year-old labyrinthine streets in courtyard houses and old hotels known as khans, are a handful of workshops that have been making the famed Savon d'Alep, or Aleppo soap, by hand for hundreds of years.