Voyager

• (n.) One who voyages; one who sails or passes by sea or water.
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Voyager

(In topic `ERP & Supply Chain`) Logility`s Voyager Solutions are end-to-end Internet based applications (including Voyager XPS, Voyager XES, Demand Chain Voyager & WarehousePRO) designed to deliver collaborative planning across all aspects of the supply chain.  
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voyager

noun a traveler to a distant land (especially one who travels by sea)
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Voyager

[aircraft] === Virtual band === Okay, drawing off the previous two peer reviews (found here and here) plus the FAC nomination (found here), along with the article itself, I have been able to deduce the following problems: Granted, this is more a request for contribution, but if anyone has any more problems with the article, then please say ...
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Voyager

[library program] Voyager is an integrated library system used by more than 1,300 libraries around the world. The biggest user is the Library of Congress and many universities, museums, and community colleges use it. Voyager was developed by Endeavor Information Systems Inc., which was merged into Ex Libris Group in December 2006. == Module...
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Voyager

[video game] Voyager was a graphic adventure computer game developed by Looking Glass Technologies from 1995 until its cancellation in 1997. It was published by Viacom New Media. Based on the Star Trek: Voyager license, the game followed Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the USS Voyager in their attempts to rescue members of their team from t...
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Voyager

[web browser] Voyager is a web browser for the Amiga range of computers, developed by VaporWare. Voyager supports HTML 3.2 and some HTML 4, JavaScript, frames, SSL, Flash, and various other Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator features. Voyager is also available for the MorphOS and CaOS operating systems. Voyager is also the name of a c...
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Voyager

Voy'a·ger noun [ Confer French voyager traveling.] One who voyages; one who sails or passes by sea or water.
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Voyager

Either of two US space probes. Voyager 1, launched on 5 September 1977, passed the planet Jupiter in March 1979, and reached Saturn in November 1980. Voyager 2 was launched earlier, on 20 August 1977, on a slower trajectory that took it past Jupiter in July 1979, Saturn in August 1981, Uranus in Janu...
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Voyager

HMAS Voyager was an Australian destroyer of 1100 tons displacement built in Britain in 1918 and transferred to the Royal Australian Navy in 1932. HMAS Voyager carried a complement of 134 and was powered by oil burning boilers providing a top speed of 34 knots. She was armed with four 4-inch guns; five smaller guns and six 21-inch torpedo tubes.
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Voyager

in aeronautics, American experimental aircraft that in 1986 became the first airplane to fly around the world without stops or refueling. Piloted by ...
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Voyager

in space exploration, either of a pair of robotic U.S. interplanetary probes launched to observe and to transmit information to Earth about the giant ... [21 related articles]
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Voyager

official name for class 220 DMUs
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Voyager

Voyager, in space exploration: see space exploration; space probe.
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Voyager

Voyager, the first airplane to circumnavigate the earth nonstop on a single load of fuel. Designed by Burt Rutan and flown by Dick Rutan and Jeana Yeager, Voyager took off from California on Dec. 14, 1986, and, after a 25,012 mi (40,269 km) flight, landed in the same place nine days later. The plane...
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voyager

[n] - a traveler to a distant land (especially one who travels by sea)
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