Rel Author test c 5-2

DESIGN

The Mini is made from the same high-quality materials as its bigger brother and is available in the same colours, storage capacities and with the option of Wi-Fi or 4G, and is every bit the premium product you would expect from Apple. Lining up at a svelte 7.2mm thick and just 308g in weight, despite the iPad mini’s additional screen size, Apple’s first 7.9-inch tablet enters the market with a more solid and reassuring build than the competition. Despite being a couple of millimetres too wide to be held comfortably across the centre for prolonged periods, you can at least do so. And, if you do grip the corner instead, the lower weight means it remains comfortable for hours on end. I find the iPad Mini to be a fantastic product, but it’s still nowhere near from flawless. I’ll now discuss some of its shortcomings. Unfortunately, it also carries the same high price tag ($39.99, which is only $10 less than the iPad version) and to my dismay it does not come in the classy black leather option. You’ll do well to get a scalpel blade between the iPad mini’s screen and its bezel. There’s no flex in the body; it’s really solid. I was using a black model; it isn’t obviously metal until you touch it. As with its bigger sibling, the headphone jack is on the top – unlike the iPhone 5, where it has migrated to the bottom.

Screen

In addition to the older processing chip the iPad Mini is outfitted with an older screen. Unlike the 3rd- and 4th-generation iPad the Mini is not supporting a Retina display, but instead last year’s 1024×768 resolution at 163 pixels-per-inch (ppi). The system worked well when we were reading eBooks on the move, letting us turn the page with one thumb while the tablet ignored the other. However, the 16:9 Nexus 7 is far better suited to video playback than the iPad, as the Mini’s 4:3 ratio gives films huge black bars on either side. On the plus side, the iPad Mini’s IPS panel reproduces colours accurately and has fantastic viewing angles, even if the glossy display is incredibly reflective.

verdict

The iPad Mini has its obvious shortcomings, but it is still a fantastic compact tablet that I absolutely enjoy using. excellent build quality; very light, comparatively large screen, not significantly wider than competition (for putting in coat pockets), excellent text rendering, huge selection of apps, music, books and films, pain-free setup from iCloud backups for existing accounts; 3G/4G LTE option; fast-growing range of accessories.

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Rel Author test c 3-2

DESIGN

The Mini is made from the same high-quality materials as its bigger brother and is available in the same colours, storage capacities and with the option of Wi-Fi or 4G, and is every bit the premium product you would expect from Apple. Lining up at a svelte 7.2mm thick and just 308g in weight, despite the iPad mini’s additional screen size, Apple’s first 7.9-inch tablet enters the market with a more solid and reassuring build than the competition. Despite being a couple of millimetres too wide to be held comfortably across the centre for prolonged periods, you can at least do so. And, if you do grip the corner instead, the lower weight means it remains comfortable for hours on end. I find the iPad Mini to be a fantastic product, but it’s still nowhere near from flawless. I’ll now discuss some of its shortcomings. Unfortunately, it also carries the same high price tag ($39.99, which is only $10 less than the iPad version) and to my dismay it does not come in the classy black leather option. You’ll do well to get a scalpel blade between the iPad mini’s screen and its bezel. There’s no flex in the body; it’s really solid. I was using a black model; it isn’t obviously metal until you touch it. As with its bigger sibling, the headphone jack is on the top – unlike the iPhone 5, where it has migrated to the bottom.

Screen

In addition to the older processing chip the iPad Mini is outfitted with an older screen. Unlike the 3rd- and 4th-generation iPad the Mini is not supporting a Retina display, but instead last year’s 1024×768 resolution at 163 pixels-per-inch (ppi). The system worked well when we were reading eBooks on the move, letting us turn the page with one thumb while the tablet ignored the other. However, the 16:9 Nexus 7 is far better suited to video playback than the iPad, as the Mini’s 4:3 ratio gives films huge black bars on either side. On the plus side, the iPad Mini’s IPS panel reproduces colours accurately and has fantastic viewing angles, even if the glossy display is incredibly reflective.

verdict

The iPad Mini has its obvious shortcomings, but it is still a fantastic compact tablet that I absolutely enjoy using. excellent build quality; very light, comparatively large screen, not significantly wider than competition (for putting in coat pockets), excellent text rendering, huge selection of apps, music, books and films, pain-free setup from iCloud backups for existing accounts; 3G/4G LTE option; fast-growing range of accessories.

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Rel Author test c 2

DESIGN

The Mini is made from the same high-quality materials as its bigger brother and is available in the same colours, storage capacities and with the option of Wi-Fi or 4G, and is every bit the premium product you would expect from Apple. Lining up at a svelte 7.2mm thick and just 308g in weight, despite the iPad mini’s additional screen size, Apple’s first 7.9-inch tablet enters the market with a more solid and reassuring build than the competition. Despite being a couple of millimetres too wide to be held comfortably across the centre for prolonged periods, you can at least do so. And, if you do grip the corner instead, the lower weight means it remains comfortable for hours on end. I find the iPad Mini to be a fantastic product, but it’s still nowhere near from flawless. I’ll now discuss some of its shortcomings. Unfortunately, it also carries the same high price tag ($39.99, which is only $10 less than the iPad version) and to my dismay it does not come in the classy black leather option. You’ll do well to get a scalpel blade between the iPad mini’s screen and its bezel. There’s no flex in the body; it’s really solid. I was using a black model; it isn’t obviously metal until you touch it. As with its bigger sibling, the headphone jack is on the top – unlike the iPhone 5, where it has migrated to the bottom.

Screen

In addition to the older processing chip the iPad Mini is outfitted with an older screen. Unlike the 3rd- and 4th-generation iPad the Mini is not supporting a Retina display, but instead last year’s 1024×768 resolution at 163 pixels-per-inch (ppi). The system worked well when we were reading eBooks on the move, letting us turn the page with one thumb while the tablet ignored the other. However, the 16:9 Nexus 7 is far better suited to video playback than the iPad, as the Mini’s 4:3 ratio gives films huge black bars on either side. On the plus side, the iPad Mini’s IPS panel reproduces colours accurately and has fantastic viewing angles, even if the glossy display is incredibly reflective.

verdict

The iPad Mini has its obvious shortcomings, but it is still a fantastic compact tablet that I absolutely enjoy using. excellent build quality; very light, comparatively large screen, not significantly wider than competition (for putting in coat pockets), excellent text rendering, huge selection of apps, music, books and films, pain-free setup from iCloud backups for existing accounts; 3G/4G LTE option; fast-growing range of accessories.


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Rel Author test b 2

DESIGN

The Mini is made from the same high-quality materials as its bigger brother and is available in the same colours, storage capacities and with the option of Wi-Fi or 4G, and is every bit the premium product you would expect from Apple. Lining up at a svelte 7.2mm thick and just 308g in weight, despite the iPad mini’s additional screen size, Apple’s first 7.9-inch tablet enters the market with a more solid and reassuring build than the competition. Despite being a couple of millimetres too wide to be held comfortably across the centre for prolonged periods, you can at least do so. And, if you do grip the corner instead, the lower weight means it remains comfortable for hours on end. I find the iPad Mini to be a fantastic product, but it’s still nowhere near from flawless. I’ll now discuss some of its shortcomings. Unfortunately, it also carries the same high price tag ($39.99, which is only $10 less than the iPad version) and to my dismay it does not come in the classy black leather option. You’ll do well to get a scalpel blade between the iPad mini’s screen and its bezel. There’s no flex in the body; it’s really solid. I was using a black model; it isn’t obviously metal until you touch it. As with its bigger sibling, the headphone jack is on the top – unlike the iPhone 5, where it has migrated to the bottom.

Screen

In addition to the older processing chip the iPad Mini is outfitted with an older screen. Unlike the 3rd- and 4th-generation iPad the Mini is not supporting a Retina display, but instead last year’s 1024×768 resolution at 163 pixels-per-inch (ppi). The system worked well when we were reading eBooks on the move, letting us turn the page with one thumb while the tablet ignored the other. However, the 16:9 Nexus 7 is far better suited to video playback than the iPad, as the Mini’s 4:3 ratio gives films huge black bars on either side. On the plus side, the iPad Mini’s IPS panel reproduces colours accurately and has fantastic viewing angles, even if the glossy display is incredibly reflective.

verdict

The iPad Mini has its obvious shortcomings, but it is still a fantastic compact tablet that I absolutely enjoy using. excellent build quality; very light, comparatively large screen, not significantly wider than competition (for putting in coat pockets), excellent text rendering, huge selection of apps, music, books and films, pain-free setup from iCloud backups for existing accounts; 3G/4G LTE option; fast-growing range of accessories.

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Rel Author test a 4-2

DESIGN

The Mini is made from the same high-quality materials as its bigger brother and is available in the same colours, storage capacities and with the option of Wi-Fi or 4G, and is every bit the premium product you would expect from Apple. Lining up at a svelte 7.2mm thick and just 308g in weight, despite the iPad mini’s additional screen size, Apple’s first 7.9-inch tablet enters the market with a more solid and reassuring build than the competition. Despite being a couple of millimetres too wide to be held comfortably across the centre for prolonged periods, you can at least do so. And, if you do grip the corner instead, the lower weight means it remains comfortable for hours on end. I find the iPad Mini to be a fantastic product, but it’s still nowhere near from flawless. I’ll now discuss some of its shortcomings. Unfortunately, it also carries the same high price tag ($39.99, which is only $10 less than the iPad version) and to my dismay it does not come in the classy black leather option. You’ll do well to get a scalpel blade between the iPad mini’s screen and its bezel. There’s no flex in the body; it’s really solid. I was using a black model; it isn’t obviously metal until you touch it. As with its bigger sibling, the headphone jack is on the top – unlike the iPhone 5, where it has migrated to the bottom.

Screen

In addition to the older processing chip the iPad Mini is outfitted with an older screen. Unlike the 3rd- and 4th-generation iPad the Mini is not supporting a Retina display, but instead last year’s 1024×768 resolution at 163 pixels-per-inch (ppi). The system worked well when we were reading eBooks on the move, letting us turn the page with one thumb while the tablet ignored the other. However, the 16:9 Nexus 7 is far better suited to video playback than the iPad, as the Mini’s 4:3 ratio gives films huge black bars on either side. On the plus side, the iPad Mini’s IPS panel reproduces colours accurately and has fantastic viewing angles, even if the glossy display is incredibly reflective.

verdict

The iPad Mini has its obvious shortcomings, but it is still a fantastic compact tablet that I absolutely enjoy using. excellent build quality; very light, comparatively large screen, not significantly wider than competition (for putting in coat pockets), excellent text rendering, huge selection of apps, music, books and films, pain-free setup from iCloud backups for existing accounts; 3G/4G LTE option; fast-growing range of accessories.

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Rel Author test a 2

DESIGN

The Mini is made from the same high-quality materials as its bigger brother and is available in the same colours, storage capacities and with the option of Wi-Fi or 4G, and is every bit the premium product you would expect from Apple. Lining up at a svelte 7.2mm thick and just 308g in weight, despite the iPad mini’s additional screen size, Apple’s first 7.9-inch tablet enters the market with a more solid and reassuring build than the competition. Despite being a couple of millimetres too wide to be held comfortably across the centre for prolonged periods, you can at least do so. And, if you do grip the corner instead, the lower weight means it remains comfortable for hours on end. I find the iPad Mini to be a fantastic product, but it’s still nowhere near from flawless. I’ll now discuss some of its shortcomings. Unfortunately, it also carries the same high price tag ($39.99, which is only $10 less than the iPad version) and to my dismay it does not come in the classy black leather option. You’ll do well to get a scalpel blade between the iPad mini’s screen and its bezel. There’s no flex in the body; it’s really solid. I was using a black model; it isn’t obviously metal until you touch it. As with its bigger sibling, the headphone jack is on the top – unlike the iPhone 5, where it has migrated to the bottom.

Screen

In addition to the older processing chip the iPad Mini is outfitted with an older screen. Unlike the 3rd- and 4th-generation iPad the Mini is not supporting a Retina display, but instead last year’s 1024×768 resolution at 163 pixels-per-inch (ppi). The system worked well when we were reading eBooks on the move, letting us turn the page with one thumb while the tablet ignored the other. However, the 16:9 Nexus 7 is far better suited to video playback than the iPad, as the Mini’s 4:3 ratio gives films huge black bars on either side. On the plus side, the iPad Mini’s IPS panel reproduces colours accurately and has fantastic viewing angles, even if the glossy display is incredibly reflective.

verdict

The iPad Mini has its obvious shortcomings, but it is still a fantastic compact tablet that I absolutely enjoy using. excellent build quality; very light, comparatively large screen, not significantly wider than competition (for putting in coat pockets), excellent text rendering, huge selection of apps, music, books and films, pain-free setup from iCloud backups for existing accounts; 3G/4G LTE option; fast-growing range of accessories.

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Rel Author test a 1-2

DESIGN

The Mini is made from the same high-quality materials as its bigger brother and is available in the same colours, storage capacities and with the option of Wi-Fi or 4G, and is every bit the premium product you would expect from Apple. Lining up at a svelte 7.2mm thick and just 308g in weight, despite the iPad mini’s additional screen size, Apple’s first 7.9-inch tablet enters the market with a more solid and reassuring build than the competition. Despite being a couple of millimetres too wide to be held comfortably across the centre for prolonged periods, you can at least do so. And, if you do grip the corner instead, the lower weight means it remains comfortable for hours on end. I find the iPad Mini to be a fantastic product, but it’s still nowhere near from flawless. I’ll now discuss some of its shortcomings. Unfortunately, it also carries the same high price tag ($39.99, which is only $10 less than the iPad version) and to my dismay it does not come in the classy black leather option. You’ll do well to get a scalpel blade between the iPad mini’s screen and its bezel. There’s no flex in the body; it’s really solid. I was using a black model; it isn’t obviously metal until you touch it. As with its bigger sibling, the headphone jack is on the top – unlike the iPhone 5, where it has migrated to the bottom.

Screen

In addition to the older processing chip the iPad Mini is outfitted with an older screen. Unlike the 3rd- and 4th-generation iPad the Mini is not supporting a Retina display, but instead last year’s 1024×768 resolution at 163 pixels-per-inch (ppi). The system worked well when we were reading eBooks on the move, letting us turn the page with one thumb while the tablet ignored the other. However, the 16:9 Nexus 7 is far better suited to video playback than the iPad, as the Mini’s 4:3 ratio gives films huge black bars on either side. On the plus side, the iPad Mini’s IPS panel reproduces colours accurately and has fantastic viewing angles, even if the glossy display is incredibly reflective.

verdict

The iPad Mini has its obvious shortcomings, but it is still a fantastic compact tablet that I absolutely enjoy using. excellent build quality; very light, comparatively large screen, not significantly wider than competition (for putting in coat pockets), excellent text rendering, huge selection of apps, music, books and films, pain-free setup from iCloud backups for existing accounts; 3G/4G LTE option; fast-growing range of accessories.

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TEST twitter cards and Chelsea FC

A wiki enables communities to write documents collaboratively, using a simple markup language and a web browser. A single page in a wiki website is referred to as a “wiki page”, while the entire collection of pages, which are usually well interconnected by hyperlinks, is “the wiki”. A wiki is essentially a database for creating, browsing, and searching through information. A wiki allows for non-linear, evolving, complex and networked text, argument and interaction.

Football

Football refers to a number of sports that involve, to varying degrees, kicking a ball with the foot to score a goal. The most popular of these sports worldwide is association football, more commonly known as just “football” or “soccer”. Unqualified, the word football applies to whichever form of football is the most popular in the regional context in which the word appears, including association football, as well as American football, Australian rules football, Canadian football, Gaelic football, rugby league, rugby union and other related games

Chelsea Football Club

Chelsea had their first major success in 1955, when they won the league championship, and won various cup competitions during the 1960s, 1970s, 1990s and 2000s. Overall, Chelsea have won four league titles, seven FA Cups, four League Cups and four FA Community Shields. The club have also been successful in continental competitions, winning two UEFA Cup Winners’ Cups, one UEFA Super Cup and one UEFA Champions League title. In 2009–10, the club won their first “Double” and in 2012 became the first London club to win the UEFA Champions League

UEFA Champions League

The UEFA Champions League, known simply as the Champions League, and originally known as the European Champion Clubs’ Cup or European Cup, is an annual continental club football competition organised by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) since 1955 for the top football clubs in Europe. It is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world and the most prestigious club competition in European football. The final of the 2011 tournament was the most-watched UEFA Champions League final to date, as well as the most watched annual sporting event worldwide that year, drawing 178.7 million television viewers

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ilasjlsaoemem – If you thought the last title was long then you’ve got another thing coming, I’m going to sit and type on this keyword for as long as possible. We’ve been doing an R&D team day today, the idea was to get as many tests going as possible. Kevin is just talking about structured data and his project plan. Hopefully with all of these tests setup today we should get plenty of results and outcomes. With luck this will be useful to everyone. The band first gained attention in the summer of 1978 when they signed with producer Gary Cape to a Capricorn Records. The label was producing several of the most popular southern-rock acts of the time including: The Allman Brothers, Marshall Tucker, Wet Willie and Elvin Bishop). Over the next few years the Cooper Brothers released two albums produced by Cape under the Capricorn label, the self-titled, The Cooper Brothers and Pitfalls of the Ballroom. Both albums sold well and the singles “The Dream Never Dies”, “Show Some Emotion” and “I’ll Know Her When I See Her”,[2] all charted on The Billboard Hot 100.[3] In 2006, the band was signed to record label EMI Records.[4]

ilasjlsaoemem is located in western Berks County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. This district serves South Heidelberg Township, Heidelberg Township, North Heidelberg Township and Marion Township and the Boroughs of Wernersville, Robesonia and Womelsdorf.[3] The district encompasses approximately 110 square miles. According to 2000 federal census data, it serves a resident population of 23,777. According to District officials, in school year 2007-08 the Conrad Weiser Area School District provided basic educational services to 3,026 pupils through the employment of 237 teachers, 176 full-time and part-time support personnel, and 18 administrators. A blowout fracture is a fracture of the walls or floor of the orbit. Intraorbital material may be pushed out into one of the paranasal sinuses. This is most commonly caused by blunt trauma of the head, generally personal altercations. Orbital floor fractures were investigated and described by MacKenzie in Paris in 1844[1] and the term blow out fracture was coined in 1957 by Smith & Regan,[2] who were investigating injuries to the orbit and resultant inferior rectus entrapment, by placing a hurling ball on cadaverous orbits and striking it with a mallet. The force of a blow to the orbit is dissipated by a fracture of the surrounding bone, usually the orbital floor and/or the medial orbital wall. Serious consequences of such injury include diplopia in upgaze where there is significant damage to the orbital floor. blowout fractures, the medial wall is fractured indirectly. When an external force is applied to the orbital cavity from an object whose diameter is larger than that of the orbit, the orbital contents are retropulsed and compressed. Alpha 7, the Man from Mars: A diminutive alien molded in lime green with green skin, a bald, green head with antennae and a metallic blue space suit with a green-tinted (removable) helmet.
Astro-Nautilus, the Man from Neptune: alien molded in purple with a large, octopoid head, four poseable tentacles and a metallic gold space suit.
Commander Comet, the Man from Venus: The most human-looking alien, molded in pink with large, (removable) angelic wings, a pink-tinted, (removable) helmet, and a metallic gold space suit.
Colossus Rex, the Man from Jupiter: The largest and fiercest-looking alien, molded in lime green and resembling The Creature From The Black Lagoon, wearing only dark purple shorts over a huge, muscular body.

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nxnshsaoaosn – Less black boxes more words in the title

In television, nxnshsaoaosn serves as the Executive Producer of Twentieth Century Fox’s TV series Making A Scene (now in its seventh season), Director and Producer of Fox’s critically acclaimed series “Fox Legacy with Tom Rothman” (now in its third season), and Director of thirteen episodes of Discovery Channel’s award winning documentary series Sail Away.
Notable television specials include Executive Producer of Pixar’s 20th Anniversary Special for ABC and Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: Connections for Fox.
In feature films, Sam was the Director of United Artist’s On the Make, Producer of the independent film Dead Stop, Second Unit Director of Inside Monkey Zetterland and The Brave starring Marlon Brando and Johnny Depp.
His credits in short films include Writer, Producer, and Director of the Robert Downey, Jr. short, Deadwait, A Life in The Day starring Charlie Sheen, Comicitis with Charlie Sheen, Whoopi Goldberg and Susan Dey, and the award winning Another Flush, which garnered official selections and/or awards in eight film festivals worldwide. Additional credits include: Producer of Johnny Depp’s Every Cake Neil, Mirror Man, Behind the Terror: A Comedy, Broken August and Executive Producer of the 3D short, The Double. Born at Ystradgynlais, Powys, Wales, Daniel was educated at University of Wales, Aberystwyth, where he gained a first-class degree, and obtained a D.Phil. from Jesus College, Oxford. He joined the civil service in 1943, rising to Chief Statistician in the Ministry of Fuel and Power and eventually to Permanent Under-Secretary at the Welsh Office when it was set up in 1964. In 1969 he returned to Aberystwyth to become Principal of the University College of Wales, and was knighted the same year. He held the post for ten years. In 1982 he was appointed Chairman of the Welsh Fourth Channel Authority, having been one of the prime movers in its creation. In late 1972, Gary Gygax created Castle Greyhawk and the dungeons beneath it. After a few months of almost non-stop play as the Dungeon Master,[1] Gygax asked one of the players, Rob Kuntz, to become co-Dungeon Master, which would allow Gygax an opportunity to experience the game as a player. Gygax subsequently created several characters, including a 1st-level wizard in early 1973.[2] Gygax was interested in Finnish mythology, and named the wizard Mordenkainen, a portmanteau of the mythical heroes Mordecai and Lemminkäinen.[3] Most likely, an old wooden bridge was found here by the mid 17th century, as this was the location for a custom house dealing with the ships delivering goods to the city from Lake Mälaren. Nevertheless, it is present on a map dated 1733 and was replaced by a new wooden, four-span truss bridge in 1845, 33 metres long, and 6 metres wide. In 1931, the present three-span steel girder bridge was inaugurated; 56 metres in length and 8 metres wide with a roadway of 5,6 metres.[2]

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