A security with no monetary value.
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[computer] This category includes articles related to the wider Loutraki-Perachoras municipality. It may include settlements, archaeological sites, historic events such as battles, local festivities, customs and traditions, significant personalities, etc. ...
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[magazine] Wallpaper (trademarked Wallpaper* with an asterisk) is an IPC Media magazine focusing on travel, design, entertainment, fashion, and media. The magazine was launched in 1996 by Canadian journalist Tyler Brûlé and Austrian journalist Alexander Geringer, CEO of aheadmedia, in Lond...
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1. A file containing a listing (e.g. assembly listing) or a transcript, especially a file containing a transcript of all or part of a login session. (The idea was that the paper for such listings was essentially good only for wallpaper, as evidenced at Stanford, where it was used to cover windows)....
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[disambiguation] A wallpaper is material used to cover and decorate interior walls. Wallpaper may also refer to: ...
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Wallpaper is a kind of material used to cover and decorate the interior walls of homes, offices, and other buildings; it is one aspect of interior decoration. It is usually sold in rolls and is put onto a wall using wallpaper paste. Wallpapers can come plain (so that it can be painted), textured (s...
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wallpaper was used in Europe in the 16th and 17th cent. as an inexpensive substitute for costly hangings. The French developed marbled papers, introduced from the East via Italy and used at first for box coverings, into larger sheets for wall coverings and also made other papers in small designs. Ou...
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In computing, design used as a background `desktop pattern` on graphical user interfaces (GUIs), such as Microsoft Windows or Apple's Mac OS, and visible when no windows are open. Users can choose from a range of different wallpapers, including plain colours, textures, and repeating patterns, or des...
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1) 'either that ... goes, or i do' (oscar wilde's reputed last words) 2) Alternative to paneling 3) Home decor 4) Paper 5) Room decor
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