It is possible that Linux users may be able to run it in a similar way, using a VM product like VMware or Win4Lin.
In the financial-services industry, Fidelity Investments is still run by the Johnson family, while Charles Schwab is the largest shareholder in the company that bears his name.
They run well alright but can cause inconvenience if not maintained regularly.
The 4x100m relay team was disqualified while running a 39.99s circuit of the track.
Between 1988 and 1992, KSM helped run a nongovernmental organization (NGO) in Peshawar and Jalalabad; sponsored by Sayyaf, it was designed to aid young Afghan mujahideen.
By then, time had run out on the interview, leaving Roberts no chance to ask the logical follow-up: "Do you favor a handgun ban that would allow an exception for members of the Olympic pentathlon team, like they apparently have in England?"
This means that if you hold a piece of newspaper vertically, and begin to tear strips from top to bottom, they will either come out very straight, or very ragged (despite your best efforts), depending on the way the grain is running.
She has the ability to run at players, and strike fear into the opposition defence.
Should Council stay involved with the operation of the centre, if not should a trust be set up to run it, or should a commercial operator involved?
The easiest way to get to your command prompt is to Click Start, and then Run.
He probably didn’t expect to be run over by a tram while working feverishly on it, either.
Evil scenes--which still run long--a blast of energy.
The win continued an excellent record for Crumpton, who won the Christchurch and New Caledonia marathons last year and was also part of New Zealand's silver medal-winning world mountain running team..." 707383
Waione Stud is a 1000 acre Stud Sheep and Cattle operation, also running Thoroughbreds on a small scale for breeding and racing since the 1940's.
Communication is a key to running an effective organisation.
She "is running the campaign she wanted her husband to run."
A halfback, he had apparently played for his province at the age of fifteen; his 'brilliant runs' saw him singled out in advertisements for matches.
Grumpy wildlife seems to be running theme for me.
The New Right runs out of Philosophical Steam - No Vision in NZ In the long term scheme of things, world economic policy from 1930 to 1975 was a reaction to the great depression.
Well, we are up and running and to be honest, the feedback has been positive and constructive to date.
Beautiful beaches run in a virtually unbroken sweep from Porto all the way up to the Galician (Spanish) border on the River Minho.
Parents are encouraged to contribute to the running costs of the school.
In the 16th century the word was also a verb: `to run through, run across.
Putting Boot's effort in perspective, in 1933, the World's 18th ranked athlete ran 4m 21s for the 1 mile.
She ran into SCHARNHORST and GNIESENAU and all three ships were sink.
The two wingers and Mils in 15 were very selective in knowing when to run the ball back and when to kick.
It also allows you to run OpenOffice, which is a great alternative to Microsoft's offering (for more information about OpenOffice, make sure you check out www.openoffice.org).
The answer, of course, is that in the long run, it won't be free.
of treadmill running or electrical stimulation induces an approximately 3.5-fold upregulation in VEGF mRNA in rat gastrocnemius muscle (Figure 2and 3).
The Copy Centre is also equipped to provide an instant service to staff for short-run, urgent copying, black/white and colour, as well as black/white and colour scanning, large format printing (oversize A0) and laminating.
Functional assignments To assign putative functions to clusters, the integrated protein domain recognition program InterProScan [ 97 98 ] was run locally to search translated contig consensus sequences versus all InterPro protein domains (as of 2 April 2002) [ 99 ] .
In the United States, it's capitalism mixed with greed run amok.
The bus running from the PHY chip (in the case of ATM a UTOPIA bus) connects directly to a Xilinx XC4010E FPGA, which is a 10000 gates reconfigurable logic array that we use to do cell or packet processing in 'hardware'.
Maggie McKenzie, who runs the Centre, is serious about wanting to encourage healthy eating habits amongst our students.
I compile, it fails with an error after some thirty minutes, I get worried, and then discover that I’ve missed something in the configuration file, which I then change and run the build again.
The command entered to run Prophet and initiate a recording sequence must include the following parameters: 539482
Don't be put off by our name - We provide alternatives of 10 kms or less at most of our runs.. 788240
The Coromandel ran successfully until 1895, when the enterprise was taken over by the Northern Steamship Company.
It seems that the people who really know how to govern the country are all otherwise occupied running taxis.
I am sure someone made the case that this had become a symbolic stand, and he couldn't afford to look as if he was running.
Since 1973 when Nonna Pina used to run the Trattoria with her son Edoardo,the place still offers you a piece of Italian tradition, 312750
When lobbyists see the hood open, they all come running with their monkey wrenches--you never know what may get "fixed."
Who wants to eat cookie dough right before running?
Our activities include running abseiling, canoeing, and Venturer/Ranger camps.
It runs alongside a continuing improvement in New Zealand's energy efficiency, for which a target of at least 20% has been set for 2012.
In the long run, the more corporate owners, the less likely that baseball's current approach of limiting expansion and migration will endure.
Some 160 uniformed personnel used to run logistics at the sprawling Trentham camp, with civilian staff as well.