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  • '''HyperText Markup Language''' ('''HTML''') is a set of tags for marking up the content of a [[web page]] into distinct sections. Web p ...ore restrictive variety of HTML, called XHTML (Extensible HyperText Markup Language), which guarantees a higher conformity with rules so that, among other rea
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  • ...ribe at the hands of another on [[Indian reservation|reservation]] land.{{#tag:ref|The phrase ''[[ex parte]]'', meaning for or by one side only, has tradi ...Stat. 176) that took the Black Hills away from the tribe, contrary to the language of the treaty.<ref name="Kappler1877">[
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  • {{Infobox Programming Language '''PHP''' is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTM
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  • ...lla Firefox[] have implemented various parts of the language.<ref name="mulroy">Mulroy, James. "Web 101: New Site-Design Tools Are Comi ...oved way. Indeed, in the words of Ian Hickson, one of the designers of the language, "One of our goals [for HTML5] is to move the Web away from proprietary te
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  • ...l overview of the various types of words and word-relationships in a given language. ...mputation]] capacity and speed have increased, the use of corpora to study language and term relationships en masse has gained some respectability.
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  • ...or more routes. Several interior routing protocols also have mechanisms to tag routes. This is a simple example of policy information; far more complex ex ==Routing Policy Specification Language==
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  • [[List_of_languages_using_the_.NET_Framework|many different programming languages]]. It has also been enabled for execution on the [[Linux]] operating sys the [[C_sharp|C# programming language]], and several other programming languages that target the .NET Framework, can run identically on all of them.
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  • ...t comfortable in. Be sure to use the appropriate language category if the language isn't English, however. ...ticle is not in English, you may post a translation into English (or other languages), if you wish. ''Only the original article may be categorized''--except
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  • ...t comfortable in. Be sure to use the appropriate language category if the language isn't English, however. ...original message may be categorized''--except for special translation and language categories.
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  • '''Artificial Intelligence Markup Language ('''AIML''') is an XML compliant language created to store data to drive a dialog engine. Responses to various stimu
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  • ...lash files into web pages, the more commonly used <embed> is a proprietary tag which is not recognized by the [[W3C]]. ...tary UI languages that various vendors provide. As an open, vendor-neutral language, [[HTML]] provides for a solution to the same problems without the risk of
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  • LaTeX is a [[markup language]] for generating print-quality typesetting. It was originally written by A file with formatting tags is compiled to create a high-quality print-ready graphical file, observing
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  • ...thor= |authorlink= |coauthors= |date= |format= |work= |publisher= |pages= |language= |archiveurl= |archivedate= |quote=}}</ref> * '[PMID]' or '[uid]' are the search field tags for the PMID in the PubMed search query.
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  • ...anguage|Japanese]] in his senior year, and spent a year teaching [[English language|English]] in the northern Japanese city of [[Sapporo]]. On his return to t Indirectly Speaking / 'Gaijin' and marked language]'. 4th November 2008.</ref>
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  • ** Use simple language and short words. # Tag (with categories) existing pages. Make sure you use templates (that contai
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  • ...|date= |year= |month= |publisher=University of Minnesota Press |location= |language= |isbn= |oclc= |doi= |id= |pages=150 |chapter= |chapterurl= |quote= }}</re ...the charge of "violence to a policeman" and received a 90-day sentence.{{#tag:ref|Lara also plead guilty to two additional tribal charges, resisting arre
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  • Comparing likelihoods (or [[odds]]) is different than comparing percentages. (or probabilities). Describing likelihood ratios in non-technical language such as "A positive result is observed approximately 10 times more frequen
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  • ...[[serialization|serializing]] data to disk, and most computer programming languages include support for it. XML is one of several [[wire format|wire formats] XML is a subset of the Standard Generalized Markup Language, or [[SGML]] (ISO8879-1986). XML's specification first emerged in 1996 th
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  • ...itting meaning of data. There are a few HTML specifications (notably META tags and other document head elements<ref name="HTML head">{{cite web|url=http: ...way to embed meaning into HTML documents. Microformats use standard HTML tags along with generally agreed upon conventions for attributes, in order to d
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  • ...need careful planning, especially when the interrogator does not speak the language of the person being interviewed. ...main interrogator, should examine the Enemy Prisoner of War (EPW) captive tag or other basic information giving the circumstances of capture: when, where
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