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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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Summary: A new market study, titled "Discover Global Bath Soaps Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges" has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
Each bar of soap produces 46 fluid ounces (1 quart and 14 fluid ounces) of soap.
"Our natural soaps are steeped in the traditional Middle Eastern oriental soap-making such as those made in Palestine, Syria and Jordan," said Lowmass, founder and CEO of The Camel Milk Soap Factory.
On e-commerce site Etsy, there have been more than 44,000 searches for 'natural soap' in the past six months, as well as a 110% rise in searches for 'shampoo bars', compared to the same time last year.
Baylis & Harding Royale Bouquet limited edition luxury soap set, PS4 for three, Sainsbury's (sainsburys.co.uk)
Kama Ayurveda Himalayan Deodar soap for men, PS18.99, Amazon (amazon.co.uk) L'Occitane Shea Butter Verbena soap, PS8.10, Escentual (escentual.com)
Carbon Theory Charcoal and Tea Tree Oil Breakout Control Cleansing Bar, PS6 L'Occitane Shea Butter Verbena Soap, PS8.10, Escentual
However, if 'First Love' co-star Alonzo were to be part of the cast, only then would Muhlach entertain the thought of starring in his first ever soap opera.
JEDDAH: Planet Soap is a burgeoning company in Jeddah that offers soaps made with natural ingredients.
With Soap for Hope, an award-winning global program of Diversey with hotels, the initiative aims to eliminate soap wastes from the 938 rooms of City of Dreams Manila's luxury hotels-NUWA, Nobu and Hyatt-by hygienically reprocessing used soaps into new soap bars and donating them to various charitable institutions and nongovernment organizations that the resort supports.
When Immanuel's preschoolers learned a fun song called "The Bath Song" for their spring program, they laughed every time they heard that Jesus washes them with "super soap."