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Visual Eiffel

Visual Eiffel

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EiffelStudio

EiffelStudio

EiffelStudio is a development environment for the Eiffel programming language developed and distributed by Eiffel Software. EiffelStudio includes a combination of tools integrated under a single user interface: compiler, interpreter, debugger, browser, metrics tool, profiler, diagram and code inspector tool. The user interface rests on a number of specific UI paradigms, in particular "pick-and-drop" for effective browsing. EiffelStudio is available on a number of platforms including Windows, Linux, Mac OS, Solaris, VMS, RaspberryPi. The source is available under GPL; other commercial licenses...

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BlueJ

BlueJ

BlueJ is an integrated development environment (IDE) for the Java programming language, developed mainly for educational purposes, but also suitable for small-scale software development. It runs with the help of JDK (Java Development Kit). BlueJ was developed to support the learning and teaching of object-oriented programming, and its design differs from other development environments as a result.[2] The main screen graphically shows the class structure of an application under development (in a UML-like diagram), and objects can be interactively created and tested. This interaction facility, ...

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George R. R. Martin

George R. R. Martin

George Raymond Richard Martin[1] (born George Raymond Martin; September 20, 1948),[2] also known as GRRM,[3] is an American novelist and short story writer, screenwriter, and television producer. He is the author of the series of epic fantasy novels A Song of Ice and Fire, which was adapted into the Emmy Award-winning HBO series Game of Thrones (2011–2019). In 2005, Lev Grossman of Time called Martin "the American Tolkien",[4] and in 2011, he was included on the annual Time 100 list of the most influential people in the world.[5][6] Early life[edit] George Raymond Martin (he adopted the confi...

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Octavio Paz

Octavio Paz

In this Spanish name, the first or paternal surname is Paz and the second or maternal family name is Lozano. Octavio Paz Lozano[a] (March 31, 1914 – April 19, 1998) was a Mexican poet and diplomat. For his body of work, he was awarded the 1977 Jerusalem Prize, the 1981 Miguel de Cervantes Prize, the 1982 Neustadt International Prize for Literature, and the 1990 Nobel Prize in Literature. Early life[edit] Octavio Paz was born near Mexico City. His family was a prominent political family in Mexico,[1] with Spanish and indigenous Mexican roots.[2] His father had been an assistant to Emiliano Zap...

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Logitech

Logitech

Logitech International S.A. ( LOJ-i-tek; often shortened to Logi) is a Swiss manufacturer of computer peripherals and software, with headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland. The company has offices throughout Europe, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas, and is one of the world's leading manufacturers of input and interface devices for personal computers (PCs) and other digital products. The company develops and markets personal peripherals for PC navigation, video communication and collaboration, music and smart homes. This includes products like keyboards, mice, tablet accessories, webcams, Blueto...

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Ordeal of the bitter water

Ordeal of the bitter water

The ordeal of the bitter water was a trial by ordeal administered to the wife whose husband suspected her of adultery but who had no witnesses to make a formal case (Numbers 5:11–31). The ordeal is further explained in the Talmud, in the seventh tractate of Nashim. A sotah (Hebrew: שוטה‎ [1] / סוטה) is a woman suspected of adultery who undergoes the ordeal of bitter water or ordeal of jealousy as described and prescribed in the Priestly Code, in the Book of Numbers, the fourth book of the Hebrew Bible. The term "sotah" itself is not found in the Hebrew Bible but is Mishnaic Hebrew based on th...

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Schirmacher Oasis

Schirmacher Oasis

Schirmacher Oasis, Princess Astrid Coast The Schirmacher Oasis (or Schirmacher Lake Plateau)[1] is a 25 km long and up to 3 km wide ice-free plateau with more than 100 freshwater lakes. It is situated in the Schirmacher Hills on the Princess Astrid Coast in Queen Maud Land in East Antarctica, and is on average 100 metres above sea level. With an area of 34 km², the Schirmacher Oasis ranks among the smallest Antarctic oases and is a typical polar desert. Geography[edit] The oasis is located between the edge of the Antarctic Ice Sheet and the Novolazarevskaya Nivl Ice Shelf. The approximately 1...

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Mühlig-Hofmann Mountains

Mühlig-Hofmann Mountains

Mühlig-Hofmann MountainsHoggestabben in the Mühlig-Hofmann MountainsHighest pointPeakJøkulkyrkja MountainElevation3,148 m (10,328 ft)Coordinates72°00′S 05°20′E / 72.000°S 5.333°ECoordinates: 72°00′S 05°20′E / 72.000°S 5.333°ENamingNative nameMühlig-Hofmann-GebirgeGeographyMühlig-Hofmann MountainsLocation of the Mühlig-Hofmann Mountains in Antarctica ContinentAntarcticaRegionQueen Maud Land, East AntarcticaParent rangeFimbulheimen The Mühlig-Hofmann Mountains (German: Mühlig-Hofmann-Gebirge) is a major group of associated mountain features extending east to west for 100 km (62 mi) between the ...

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Free Stock Charts, Stock Quotes and Trade Ideas — TradingView
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Free Stock Charts, Stock Quotes and Trade Ideas — TradingView

Live quotes, stock charts and expert trading ideas. TradingView is a social network for traders and investors on Stock, Futures and Forex markets!

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alexander the great
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alexander the great

Alexander the GreatBasileus of MacedonHegemon of the Hellenic LeagueShahanshah of PersiaPharaoh of EgyptLord of AsiaAlexander Mosaic (c. 100 BC), ancient Roman floor mosaic from the House of the Faun in Pompeii, Italy, showing Alexander fighting king Darius III of Persia in the Battle of IssusKing of MacedonReign336–323 BCPredecessorPhilip IISuccessor Alexander IV Philip III Hegemon of Hellenic League Strategos autokrator of Greece Reign336 BCPredecessorPhilip IIPharaoh of EgyptReign332–323 BCPredecessorDarius IIISuccessor Alexander IV Philip III Royal titulary Prenomen (Praenomen) stp.n-rꜤ m...

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napoleonic wars

Napoleonic WarsTop: The Battle of Austerlitz (2 December 1805)Bottom: The Battle of Waterloo (18 June 1815)Date18 May 1803 – 20 November 1815(12 years, 5 months and 4 weeks)LocationAtlantic Ocean, Caucasus, Europe, French Guiana, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, North America, North Sea, Río de la Plata, West IndiesResult Coalition victoryCongress of Vienna Full results Exile of Napoleon I to St. Helena[4] Fall of the First French Empire Restoration of the Bourbon monarchy Dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire.[5] Decline of the Portuguese, Spanish and Dutch Empires. Rise of the British Empire...

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