Ciao

[programming language] Ciao is a general-purpose programming language which supports logic, constraint, functional, higher-order, and object-oriented programming styles. Its main design objectives are high expressive power, extensibility, safety, reliability, and efficient execution. ==Language Characteristics== Ciao provides a full Prolog ...
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Ciao

[magazine] ==Manga and series featured in Ciao== ===A=== ===B=== ===C=== ===D=== ===E=== ===F=== ===G=== ===H=== ===I=== ===J=== ===K=== ===L=== ===M=== ===N=== ===O=== ===P=== ===R=== ===S=== ===T=== ===U=== ===V=== ===W=== ===Y=== ===Z=== ...
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Ciao

[disambiguation] Ciao is an informal Italian verbal salutation or greeting. Ciao may also refer to: ...
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CIAO

Goodbye (in Italian)
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Ciao

[shopping comparison portal] Participants are kindly invited to cast their votes for next month`s featured article and featured picture on the Arts Portal. It only takes a moment - please participate! Art is the signature of civilizations. · Related projects: · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ==Founded== 2006.04.21 by Ham. ==Sco...
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CIAO

[AM] CIAO is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 530 AM in Brampton, Ontario. The station, owned by Evanov Communications, broadcasts a multilingual programming format. ==History== The station was launched in 1953 as AM 1290 CFJB, a daytimer owned by broadcaster Fen Job. Job was killed in a car crash in 1956, and the station was sold ...
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Ciao

[website] Ciao is a European based online-shopping portal with websites in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Sweden. In February 2008, the company launched an American version of the site, Ciao.com. The site provides a forum where registered users can write reviews and give their opinions on a wide varie...
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Ciao

The word `ciao` (aʊ; ˈtʃaːo) is an informal salutation in the Italian language that is used for both `hello` and `goodbye`. Originally from the Venetian language, it has entered the vocabulary of English and of many other languages around the world. Its dual meaning of `hello` and `goodbye` makes it similar to shalom in Hebrew, salaa...
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