Monica

[mobile application] Monica is a virtual assistant application by gSoft Technology Solutions. The “lite” version was released for the iPhone and iPod Touch on September 16, 2010 worldwide. The full version is released on Sep 2011. Monica is primarily focused on utilizing TTS and speech recognition technologies developed by Loquendo in o...
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Monica

A minor red-wine grape grown in Sardinia. Used to make both a dry, red and a sweet, spicy red. Probable ancestor of the Mission grape of early California fame.
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Monica

Monica is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Advisor` Where is it used? The name Monica is mainly used In English, Italian, Portuguese and In Romanian.How do they say it elsewhere? Mónica ( In Spanish) Mónika ( In Hungarian) Monika ( In German and In Scandinavian) Monique ( In French) See also In Scandinavian: Mona From Old Engli...
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Monica

Monica is a Lat In girl name. The meaning of the name is `advice ` Where is it used? The name Monica is mainly used In English, Italian, Portuguese and In Romanian.How do they say it elsewhere? Mónica ( In Spanish) Mónika ( In Hungarian) Monika ( In German and In Scandinavian) Monique ( In French) See also In Scandinavian: Mona Monica appear
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Monica

[actress] Monica or Monika (born Rekha Maruthiraj) is a former Indian film actress, who starred predominantly in Tamil language films. A child actor in the early 1990s, she mostly appeared in supporting roles, before taking lead roles from the late 2000s on. She is probably best known for performances in the films Azhagi, Imsai Arasan 23m P...
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Monica

[Monica`s Gang] Monica is the main character of Monica`s Gang (Turma da Mônica) comic strips. She was created in 1963. Mauricio de Sousa based the character on his own daughter, who is also named Monica. Monica`s hair is influenced by a haircut his older daughter Mariângela gave her once when she was a kid. In 2007, Monica became a Goodwi...
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Monica

[given name] Monica is a female given name with many variant forms, including Mónica (Spanish and European Portuguese), Mônica (Brazilian Portuguese), Monique (French), Monicka, Monika, Moniqua, Monike, Mónika, Monnica, Moneca, Moneeca, Monca, Monk, Mon, Mo, Moe, Moni, Monia, Mona, Monita, and Monet. == History == Monica is an ancient na...
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Monica

[grape] Monica is a red wine grape that is grown primarily in Sardinia and is one of the few grapes that wine regulations allow to appear on the wine label. The vine originated in Spain but is rarely grown there in recent times. The wine made from these grapes tends to be simple wines made to be consumed young. Monica di Cagliari is a notab...
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Monica

[Saunders Lewis] Monica is a novel by Saunders Lewis, written in the Welsh language and originally published in 1930. Lewis is better known for poetry and plays, and this was his first novel. ==Plot summary== The central character is a woman whose life is centred on sexual relationships. Because of its treatment of topics such as prostituti...
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Monica

[automobile] Monica was a brand of luxury cars created in France in the 1970s by Jean Tastevin, a French industrialist whose wife`s name was Monica. Monica was the last attempt (after Facel Vega) to create a luxury brand in France. Its only French competitor was the Citroën SM Opéra, the sedan which was built by Chapron. Although intended...
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Monica

[rocket] Monica is the designation of a small French sounding rocket. It was built in several versions, which were between 3.05 and 6.27 m long and had a takeoff weight between 62 and 154 kg. It was launched several times between 1955 and 1962 at Bachar (Algeria), Hammaguir (Algeria) and the Ile de Levant (France). ...
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Monica

[radar] Monica was a range-only tail warning radar for bombers, introduced by the RAF in the spring of 1942. Officially known as ARI 5664, it operated at the boundary between VHF and UHF frequencies of around 300 MHz. It was developed at the Bomber Support Development Unit in Worcestershire. Unfortunately for the RAF, the Germans quickly de...
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Monica

[singer] Monica Denise Brown, simply known as Monica (née Arnold; born October 24, 1980), is an American singer, songwriter, producer, and actress. Born and raised in College Park, Georgia, she began performing as a child and became part of a traveling gospel choir at the age of ten. Guided and developed by record producers Dallas Austin a...
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Monica

The red variety is cultivated on the Italian island of Sardinia. Synonyms are Monaca, Nera Monica, Monica, Sarda, Monica di Spagna, Monicle, Monika, Monika Nera, Monique, Morillo, Munica Niedda, Nectarea, Niedda, pansale Nero, Pascale Sardu, Pascali, Pensale Nero and Uva Monaca. It is believed that they came from Spain and with the historical Missi...
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Monica

[song] `Monica` is a song by English rock band The Kinks, appearing on their 1968 album The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society. The song was written by the band`s main songwriter, Ray Davies. ==Lyrics and music== In the lyrics of `Monica`, the singer praises his love Monica, the village prostitute. He says that he `shall die` ...
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