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What cinema advances is not the power of thought but its 'impower,' and thought has never had any other problem ....
"The availability of Internet Machines' iMpower chipset sets a new standard for integration," said Linley Gwennap, principal analyst of The Linley Group.
Internet Machines Corp., developer of the IMpower family of highly integrated, protocol independent communications integrated circuits (ICs), recently introduced its IMpower switch element, the SE200.
Cariste, a 110,000 SF office lease on behalf of Impower and the sale of an 85,000 SF facility for Principal Insurance Company.
Impower, a Princeton, New Jersey-based email marketer, has identified nine opt-in categories:
Eric Zilling, co-founder and chief vision officer of Princeton, N.J.-based e-marketing company Impower, said that privacy measures are very important because these are good for both the industry and the consumer.
Using an affirmation will help you impower yourself.
With unmistakable reference to his own case and the treatment by Charles II of the Shaftesbury circle in the wake of the Rye House Plot, Locke, in section 202 of chapter 13 on tyranny, defends an individual's right to self-preservation against arbitrary arrest as a symptom of arbitrary government, once again compared to highway robbery: "He that hath Authority to seize my Person in the Street, may be opposed as a Thief and a Robber, if he indeavours to break into my House to Execute a Writ, notwithstanding that he know he has such a Warrant, and such a Legal Authority as will impower him to Arrest me abroad" (1988, 401).
this is a veat notification of bradford councils intention to engage with impower consultancy to review identified significant opportunities in reducing demand volumes and costs.
Consultant iMPOWER, brought in by the authority, claimed that up to PS2.8 million per year could be saved by forcing hundreds of pupils to get public buses or walk to school, rather than taking expensive special school buses and taxis as they have until now.
Consultants iMPOWER claimed that up to PS2.8 million per year could be saved by forcing hundreds of pupils to get public buses or walk to school, rather than taking expensive special school buses and taxis as they have until now.
E-commerce services provider Impower introduced a system to rate the opt-in level of customers on a given e-mail list (1 is most, 9 is least privacy-sensitive).