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A 'smokeless cigarette' developed and marketed by RJ Reynolds
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Eclipse

Vascular surgery A laser for performing transmyocardial revascularizationn–TMR and percutaneous transluminal myocardial revascularization–PTMR
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eclipse

(ĕ-klips′) [Gr. ekleipein, to leave out, omit]
To make or become dark or obscure.
eclipse
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eclipse

  1. the period during which a virus exists as a free nucleic acid in the host cell, so called because nothing seems to be happening during this phase.
  2. (of plumage in birds) occurring for a short time after the breeding plumage is moulted, particularly in ducks.
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NetBeans: Development environment, Oeconomica, ISBN 978-80-245-1206-8, Praha
NetBeans 6.1 IDE reportedly includes new features for developing Ajax web applications using JavaScript technology and delivers tighter integration with MySQL database.
NetBeans 3.6 will also be available with Sun's Java System Application Server 8.0.
NetBeans offers two distinct products: the NetBeans IDE and the NetBeans Platform.
With the new Jelastic plug-in for the NetBeans IDE, users can access their development, test and production deployments without leaving their favorite Java IDE.
The specification and execution of WS-BPEL for the TRS are achieved by the Netbeans IDE 6.7, as shown in Fig.
Sun, however, declined to respond to questions pertaining to how Sun's being acquired by Oracle might impact Java and NetBeans. That acquisition currently is stalled, awaiting approval by the European Union.
The stack incorporates Java technologies such as GlassFish v1, Java Platform, Standard Edition (JDK 6), Java DB 10.2 and NetBeans IDE 5.5, and is available in the Multiverse component of the Ubuntu repository.
Like all of the Sun Java Studio tools, Java Studio Creator is based on the NetBeans open source framework (version 3.5), which has achieved 2.1 million downloads since its June 2003 release.
Sun, meanwhile, also announced yesterday, that the next versions of its NetBeans IDE, version 3.6 and 4.0, would be compatible with J2SE 1.5.