Tortuga

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Tortuga

[software] Tortuga is a software framework for discrete event simulation in Java. A Tortuga simulation can be written either as interacting processes or as scheduled events. A Tortuga simulation can have thousands of entities, and can be part of a larger Java system. ==License== Tortuga as an open source project under the Lesser General Pub...
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Tortuga

Series of 6x4 armoured cars [VE]
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Tortuga

Tortuga (tōrtOO'gä) [Span.,=turtle], island, c.70 sq mi (180 sq km), off N Haiti. It was a notorious rendezvous of pirates in the 17th cent. It is called Île de la Tortue by the Haitians.
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Tortuga

[vehicle] ==Characteristics== In his `Historia de la Artillería` (History of Artillery), Lieutenant Pedro Arturo Omaña describes the Tortuga: `It was a very flashy armored car - whose external shell gave it a shape similar to a London policeman`s hat - but it was hard to manoeuver, with a nearly null ventilation system and nearly null vis...
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Tortuga

[cocktail] A Tortuga cocktail is a non-alcoholic beverage named for the Spanish island that was used by pirates as launching ground for piracy activities. It is made with iced tea and brown sugar, garnished with cinnamon and a lime wedge. It is similar to the popular American drink, sweet tea. http://www.cocktaildb.com/recipe_detail?id=2329...
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