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  • n. Plural form of page.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of page.


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  • widget ( 'CLinkPager', array ( 'pages' = > $pages));?

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  • Like Spec. find, paginate returns a list of specs, but it also returns a list of pages for the results in the variable @pages;notethatpaginatereturnsatwo-elementarray,sowecanassignbothvariablesatthesametimeusingRuby's multiple assignment syntax: a, b = [1, 2] # a is 1, b is 2 Don't worry too much about what @pages is exactly; its main purpose is to be fed to the pagination_links function in the view, which we'll do momentarily.

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  • Find the number of pages based on $count and $limit */$pages = $p - > findPages ($count, $limit);/* Now we use the LIMIT clause to grab a range of rows */$result = mysql_query ( "SELECT * FROM table LIMIT". $start. ", Latest 15 Tutorials

  • The main pages is a general landing page to funnel visitors to different areas of your site.

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  • The title pages of each chapter are well delineated for quick skimming, and Moulton has created lots of chapters that cover a range of needs, such as cooking for two, appetizers for dinner and the one from which this recipe comes: five-ingredient mains.

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  • For example, the Yiddish literature that has been conventionally regarded as written for women was read by men too and, judging from the title pages of these books, this was no accident.

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  • Three first editions, first printings, paperback originals, all published in 1965 and signed on the title pages by Moorcock.

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  • John, you made Finch look like a million bucks, and King Squid and the title pages in City of Saints are classics.

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  • Wood appears more conspicuously as author in The Ruins of Palmyra of 1753 and The Ruins of Balbec of 1757, both on the title pages and in the extensive descriptive texts.

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