WINCE


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AcronymDefinition
WINCEWindows Compact Embedded
WINCEWindows Compact Edition
WINCEWindows Compact Edition (Microsoft)
WINCEWinter Cloud Experiment
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"Don't offer to give me a survey before you've answered my specific question or addressed the issue at hand," Wince says.
Classic miler Wince, Nassau Stakes winner Favourable Terms (who had enough speed to win a 7f Listed race) and the top-class 1m4f filly Daryakana are among the Group 1 winners that fill the gap in between.
e-con Systems has the WinCE 7.0 beta version running on its Alioth development platform based on eSOM300 Computer on module.
Try what Ron Wince calls "huddles," brief brainstorming sessions about the customer experience.
SpeechKit 5 Win32 Developer Edition, SpeechKit 5 WinCE Developer Edition and SpeechKit Win32 Deployment Edition are each priced at USD199, while SpeechKit WinCE Deployment Edition is available for USD399.
The site has lots of examples, one or two of which are so clunky and bolted together that you wince. And too many of them are under development rather than for sale: Sylvester admits Modernist prefab is, 'more of a meme than a marketplace'.
While there are enough holes in the story to make any lover of mysteries wince and the ending comes from nowhere, the story is suspenseful.
Chelsea are winning everything in sight but even as a billionaire, you must feel a wee wince when you see the figures.
The article includes not one flippant word, but your cover illustration made me wince, and reading text around the repulsive face and glistening lips was disturbing.
Slashified pool riding, hair-raising Washington Street skate footage, street skating straight from the gutter, and slams peppered throughout that made your face wince to watch them.
Mr Hood took over from his father in the 60s and has run the school together with a livery yard wince that time.
ALTHOUGH I normally enjoy the sport of anyone criticising the Lib Dems for their policies, Esther McVey's letter in the Daily Post made me wince.