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  • Rupert Murdoch on his worldwind Aussie tour has already ticked a celebrity wedding, offsided Islamic Aussies, and been named most influential Aussie ever by a Packer publication.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • But first, let's put Senator Barack Obama's worldwind tour in some perspective.

    CNN Transcript Jul 27, 2008

  • “Subh-e Azad” “Dawn of Freedom” by the brilliant Urdu Marxist poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz, best expresses to me the sense of tragedy and possibility of 1947 for ordinary people caught in the worldwind of historical events: an independence brokered through ethnic cleansing, refugee crisis, communalism, rape, and horrors of partition.

    Faiz on Freedom

  • Every now and then they capture a moment of magic caught in this worldwind we call daily life.

    Seeing the World through Different Eyes

  • She had a worldwind tour of Europe last month, including a criticised, mimed performance of Womanizer on The X Factor.

    Celebrity Mound

  • The promised worldwind transformation at Manchester City FC will have to wait longer and it won't include Kaka.

    Soccer Blogs - latest posts

  • Not only because of the types of people who voted for him, his ties to domestic terrorists, the crooks, liars and cheats he has attempted to get into office, the worldwind tour of "dissing" our allies.

    Infidel Bloggers Alliance

  • Some items to note: worldwind. jar is used as the main jar in this example.

    Java Technology Headlines

  • WWJApplet (call it MyWWJApplet) which does nothing: class MyWWJApplet extends WWJApplet {} worldwind. jar on the classpath, and then bundle this class into its own jar file.

    Java Technology Headlines

  • $ apt-cache show worldwind Package: worldwind Priority: optional Section: multiverse / science Installed-Size: 80

    Planet Geospatial

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  • Or maybe she meant to say "whirledwind"?

    June 25, 2009