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Saints Behaving Badly by Thomas J. Craughwell

Saints Behaving BadlyThomas J. CraughwellDoubleday ReligionSeptember 19, 2006From thieves and extortionists to mass murderers and warmongers,...

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Breakfast Dainties by Thomas J. Murrey (BTN)

This application allow reading offline Breakfast Dainties. Users can change font for easy reading.The importance of preparing a variety of dainty...

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You're in Charge--Now What? by Thomas J. Neff

Youre in Charge--Now What?Thomas J. NeffCrown BusinessJanuary 11, 2005Getting a new job or a big promotion is like building a house: You need to...

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JumpRopeJudge

Jump rope judging application

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NetJudge

Cant make up your mind ? Let the internet decide for you !Enter two words or phrases and NetJudge will tell you which one is the most popular on...

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PGnJ

SQL database development environment.

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Junk Food Fatsos

Junk Food Fatsos is fast and fun with entertaining, original artwork and animation. The hero with the shopping cart jumps around in search of...

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Breaking Bones Scary

Breaking Bones Scary is fast and fun with entertaining, original artwork and animation. The witch hero shoots, by tapping the red fire button, a...

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Quick Resume Builder

Create professional resume quickly and generate pdf document

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Word Space

Word Space! is a game designed for use by emergent and early readers. The app utilizes a fun, interactive outer space-themed format to teach the...

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Ravens are smart enough to feel paranoid

The birds show cognitive processes previously thought to belong exclusively to humans: the ability to imagine being spied on.

By February 7, 2016

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Thomas Penfield Jackson, judge in DOJ-Microsoft case, dies at 76

Judge Jackson ruled in 2000 that the tech titan was a monopoly that should be split in two before his removal from the case for "seriously tainting" proceedings.

By June 16, 2013

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Correction: Appeals court sides with RIAA, Jammie Thomas owes $222,000

An earlier version of this report incorrectly stated that Jammie Thomas-Rasset acknowledged pirating. A judge concluded that Thomas-Rasset had lied about the possibility that her boyfriend and children were the ones that illegally uploaded songs to the Web.

By September 11, 2012

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Appeals court sides with RIAA, Jammie Thomas owes $222,000

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit vacates a lower court's decision and rules that Thomas-Rasset, found by a judge to have lied about illegally uploading music, must pay the top four labels $222,000.

By September 11, 2012

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Jammie Thomas judgment lowered from $1.5 million to $54,000

The judge in the long-running copyright case has reduced a third verdict against Jammie Thomas from $1.5 million to $54,000, calling the jury-awarded amount "outrageously high."

By July 22, 2011

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FTC commissioner calls for new 'do not track' approach

J. Thomas Rosch suggests ad networks could "answer under oath questions about their information practices" to create "do not track" whitelists and blacklists for the Web.

By August 22, 2011

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Judge lowers Jammie Thomas' piracy penalty

Instead of having to pay $80,000 for each of the 24 songs she was accused of illegally downloading, a court now says she must pay $2,250 per violation.

By January 22, 2010

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Jammie Thomas lawyer not hopeful on mediation

Judge in RIAA's long-running copyright case against Minnesota woman accused of file sharing appoints special master. Her attorney doesn't think it'll help.

By June 21, 2010

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Jammie Thomas rejects RIAA's $25,000 settlement offer

Music industry says Thomas-Rasset can put the case behind her if she agrees to ask judge to vacate his judgment from last week, and pay $25,000.

By January 27, 2010

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At IBM Research, a constant quest for the bleeding edge

Road Trip 2010: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman visits IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center in order to get a sense of how Big Blue expects to stay ahead of its competition--and help its customers and clients.

By August 2, 2010