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MiniSite

Any of a number of proprietary small-bore laparoscopic instruments used in minimally invasive procedures.
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WHSmith Online, a UK web portal, has launched a Christmas minisite at http://www.whsmithonline.co.uk/features/christmas/christmas.htm
A microsite, also known as a landing page, minisite or weblet, is a design term that usually refers to an individual web page.
The closing date for entries is next Saturday, June 30 and nominations can be posted on the campaign's minisite at www.umbrofootballkits.co.uk.
>> Portal web tematico de pruebas con Informacion sobre destinos Erasmus con mas de 25 minisites (http://pantropia.ciberimaginario.es/index.php/erasmus) especializados en Universidades de destino para los estudiantes de la URJC, en Europa y el resto del mundo.
The two companies began contemplating the incorporation of interactive features on the site shortly after, and L9 created several minisites for the credit union to help promote the community campaigns it had been working on: "Pay it Forward," "Project Money" and the "DoMore Endeavor." Still, Summit wanted to extend the concept of interaction to its entire site.
Keyword targeting, company profiles, minisites and better display solutions to improve visibility and attract the best quality candidates.
Hobartcorp.com's product and service lines are grouped into minisites according to the industry segment they serve, such as educational foodservice, chain restaurants, or food retailers.
Portal miniSites will support area directors in their ability to communicate with kids and parents, to recruit volunteers, and to raise funds.