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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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In The Whirligig of Time, the distinguished Czech scholar Zdenek Stribrny brings us another interpretation of Shakespeare in tune, as his head-note indicates, with "the rough torrent of occasion" (2 Henry IV, 4.
The whirligig of time hardly wasted a minute before bringing in its revenges, leaving Bedford to take the last bow--Malvolio triumphans.
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.
The healthcare world spins faster than a whirligig.
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.
Whirligig, Dream Dust, and Lettuce Alone are among the whimsical color names.
The whirligig man says, I know why, but I'll never tell.
A man who visited Smithfield in 1614 left an admiring account of a conjuror putting on a show with three yards of ribbon, while attractions in the 1700s included boat-swings and the Whirligig ferris wheel.