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- Workstation 1057 Unsupported as of December 31, 2001 Windows NT 3.5 Daytona September 21, 1994 NT 3.5 Windows NT 3.5 Workstation 807 Unsupported as of December...
- AtheOS (unsupported since 2.6) BeOS (unsupported since 2.6) DOS (unsupported since 2.0) IRIX 4 (unsupported since 2.3) IRIX 5 and later (unsupported since...
- of a minimum 29,000 km (18,000 miles) in total distance cycled. The unsupported record is held by Jenny Graham of Scotland (member of the Adventure Syndicate)...
- Ipse dixit (Latin for "he said it himself") is an ****ertion without proof; or a dogmatic expression of opinion. The fallacy of defending a proposition...
- bending the legs and sliding down carefully. Niralamba Sarvangasana is Unsupported Shoulderstand, with the arms off the ground. Twentieth century advocates...
- "supported", i.e. be accompanied by one or more bridging ligands, or "unsupported". They can also vary according to bond order. The topic of metal-metal...
- 30, 2008. "Intel's "cripple AMD" function". Agner`s CPU blog. Dec 2009. PCMark benchmarks Unsupported PCMark benchmarks (PCMark2002 - 7) UL Benchmarks...
- cyclist. In 2018 she became the fastest person to cycle around the world unsupported. Graham is part of the Adventure Syndicate (a collective of female endurance...
- the unsupported side. When a person with paralysis of the superior gluteal nerve is asked to stand on one leg, the pelvis descends on the unsupported side...
- resembled Windows 98, Windows Me, and Windows 2000. Pocket PC 2000 is unsupported as of September 10, 2007. This initial release had multiple built-in...
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