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AMUSEAdvanced Multimedia Services for Residential Users (EU project)
AMUSEA Minimally Unsatisfiable Subformula Extractor (mathematics)
AMUSEAutonomic Management of Ubiquitous Systems for e-Health (UK)
AMUSEAssociation of Music Educators (Vic) Inc (formerly Victorian Schools' Music Association)
AMUSEAssessing Mathematical Understanding and Skills Effectively
AMUSEAmazonian Land Use Project
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Whatever interests or amuses her, lengthens her life.
Therefore, if anything around here amuses you, it will be all in a pleasant way.
The hand-blown glass receptacles in the Amuse range are designed in playful shapes giving chefs an interesting way to display desserts, soups, dips, purees or smoothies.
The debugging information will be graphically visualized by AMUSE in the original modeling environment where the user can improve the model and instantly deploy the changes back on the target for re-testing.
Intended to cater to the notion of "affordable luxury," Amuse highlights the best of fashion as art.
iStockphoto and AMUSE Entertainment will jointly market and promote a dedicated mobile storefront, which will feature the images and can be accessed through the iStockphoto website.
Before taking the reins at Amuse in April, he was general manager of Toshiba's content development department.
Translated from the French, amuse bouche means "happy mouthful" or "small bites" that enliven the taste buds with flavor before the meal begins.
The agreement combines Amuse Pictures' distribution rights with Toshiba's Internet, DVD software and other advanced technologies to capitalize on changes in the content distribution market such as the emergence of digital broadcasting via satellite and Internet-based broadcasting.
Brother Juggler would also juggle pieces of vegetable to amuse the kitchen staff, and carve the odd turnip or two with a smiling face before it went in the soup pot.