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io identifies human website visitors who are interacting legitimately with web content.
Currently available for the iPod touch and the iPhone, EDGE Mobile enables service advisors to quickly capture and communicate legitimately needed opportunities that are commonly not identified until much later in the service process.
The labels also feel that they could push artists that legitimately have a place in the Latin market vs.
From the very beginnings of the Church, the apostolic preaching reminded Christians of their duty to obey legitimately constituted public authorities (cf.
Not that there was ever much deep thought in Adolph Comden and Betty Green's tale of three sailors trying to get some action (and in one case, to legitimately fall in love) during a 24-hour furlough in the Big Apple.
While organizers of the event may want the work to continue, others might legitimately wonder why bother, and what the benefit will be.
The plans represent that the buyer will learn how to legitimately mail first class letters for significantly less than the current rate of 29 cents.
To prevent sensitive data from ending up in the wrong hands, DeviceWall can automatically encrypt all data legitimately copied to USB flash drives using either AES or Blowfish 256-bit encryption algorithms.
He's legitimately up to 97 mph,'' said Eddie Bane, the Angels' director of scouting.
Are the eyes of conservatives and traditionalists obscured by Satan's smoke, and can their positions be legitimately given the label of dissent?
There is ample evidence from which a jury could infer that Witco employees acted with an improper purpose rather than in a legitimately competitive manner," Judge Bassler commented in his ruling.