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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 canon; a whirligig tour of the beautiful basics of science.
The Whirligig of Time: Essays on Shakespeare and Czechoslovakia.
Mr Skidmore makes great use of Edward VI's diary and letters to contrast the boy-king's developing personality with the political whirligig that surrounded him.
THE CANON: A Whirligig Tour of the Beautiful Basics of Science NATALIE ANGIER
Additional projects will include a macrame bracelet, clay sculpture, whirligig toy, fish mobile, watercolor frogs, paper caterpillars and turtles or a shoreline scene in a jar.
Cast in "scientific" as well as moral terms, surveillance reports on "com-modified" men also promised to take some of the risk out of whom one could trust in the whirligig of the credit-based economy.
Early in his career he worked on children's programmes, writing Whirligig in 1950, the show on which Rolf Harris made his TV debut.
From Ammi Phillips' 1840 oil painting 'Portrait of James Mairs Salisbury'; to the 'Sailor Whirligig (carved on polychromed pine, New England, early 19th century); to Mattie Mast Kaufman's 'Amish Crazy Quilt' c.
Whirligig Legato Lake Music Game (Classroom Edition), by Sally Ritchie and Sharon Ragner.
The healthcare world spins faster than a whirligig. While some pundits suggest that pay for performance is the fast track to nowhere, fixed-fee McMedic clinics staffed by APRNs spring up in Target and Wal-Mart, applauded by employers who incent workers to use them.
Frank Memkus, Whirligig entitled America, 1938-42 Wood and metal, 80 3/4" (205 cm) The Art Institute of Chicago Restricted gift of Marshall Field, Mr.