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“I'd say while it is more technically correct to use the. name tld, it's also annoying when you verbally tell someone the url.”
“And every denomination of Christians, demeaning them - ah denomina - selves peaceably, and as good subjects of the common - protlc'tld '?' '”
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“Another way of thinking about this is if they tld the U.S. mimlitary that they no longer need spy satellites or gps systems or mayeb if they just could do away with transport planes and use airlines and private companies to ferry military equpment overseas.”
“The article mentions that a company could apply for a distinct tld -. ebay,. abc - but why - when the company name is already in the company domain name?”
“This tld would be a great way to make a big difference between normal and sex sites.”
“The article mentions that a company could apply for a distinct tld - .ebay, .abc - but why - when the company name is already in the company domain name?”
“There is no connection between Ms Zerbisias and twitter/.ly tld.”
“And, when amazon got to be its own tld, it would own amazon.books, amazon.movies, etc.”
“Gordon Brown's leadership campaign website, should there actual be a contest, will - on the balance of probabilities - be located at "gordonbrown4leader.insert tld here".”
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