Arid Land Research And Management Editorial Office Software

Window of Opportunity (Stargate SG-1) Window of Opportunity is the sixth episode from season 4 of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1, and first aired on the American subscription channel Showtime on August 4, 2000.

Idiap Research Institute. The Idiap Research Institute is a semi-private non-profit research institute at Martigny in the canton of Valais, in south-western Switzerland. It conducts research in the areas of speech processing, computer vision, information retrieval, biometric authentication, multimodal interaction and machine learning.

Prefabricated PIR sandwich panels are manufactured with corrosion-protected, corrugated steel facings bonded to a core of PIR foam and used extensively as roofing insulation and vertical walls (e.g. for warehousing, factories, office buildings etc.).

Shell Pipeline Company LP, 16.12% stake ownership), and Industry Funds Management (a.k.a. IFM (US) Colonial Pipeline 2 LLC, 15.80% stake ownership). The following eight major oil companies began discussing a Gulf Coast-to-East Coast pipeline in 1956.

TextAmerica. TextAmerica (or TA for short) was one of the first online photo album or moblog sites that allowed users to upload pictures directly from a digital camera or camera phone or images manipulated with photo editing software to a personal page.

Terrafrica partnership. The TerrAfrica partnership is a US$4 billion, 12-year campaign supported by the African Union, World Bank, United Nations, European Commission, and regional sub-Saharan African governments, and aimed at fighting current, and preventing future desertification and other land degradation in Africa through sustainable land management.

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Large coal power plants use large amounts of coal each day; enough to fill a hundred train coal cars carrying each. Water used to transport the coal is likewise significant, particularly in arid regions like the Southwestern United States.