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  • proper n. a town in southwestern Bulgaria


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  • So we traveled through "far western" Bulgaria and on our way back across the border stopped in Petrich and Rupite to visit the house of Baba Vanga some times called Leila Vanga as well as her shrine.

    Baba Vanga Bulgarian Mystic

  • "Nobody wants to have doo-doo on their burger," said Jacob Petrich, a biophysical chemist at Iowa State University who invented the meat-scanning technology with two scientists, Thomas A. Casey and Mark A. Rasmussen, at the Agriculture Department.

    Boing Boing: April 4, 2004 - April 10, 2004 Archives

  • Petrich, Hermann: Paul Gerhardt, seine Lieder u. seine Zeit.

    Paul Gerhardt as a Hymn Writer and his Influence on English Hymnody

  • Following the murder, the IMRO was given full control of the region of Petric (Petrich).

    Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

  • Second: ER-Curtis, 11:28; ER-Petrich Curtis, 15:11. rss feed

  • "I did not make any attempt to make sure it is completely wiped from the disk or to wipe any other private data," said Petrich, an Edmonton-based software programmer for mobile ad company Medialets.


  • Petrich said he didn't know of any other tools that would help iPhone users get rid of this data.


  • The most recent data is left intact so the device can still pinpoint the phone's location for driving directions, for example, Ryan Petrich, developer of Untrackerd, told CNET today.


  • Canadian programmer Ryan Petrich released a tool Wednesday called Untrackerd, which deletes the location tracking information from the device.


  • Asked why he wrote the tool, Petrich said: "I created it because I wasn't 100 percent comfortable with the entire history of my location being stored on a device that is very easy to lose."



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