In my university (not in US) textbooks counted a lot for promotion, so basically every prof wrote their own, even if a satisfactory one already existed.
Or go with Centos, which is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and has free as in beer binaries.
In reality only financial savings and income are taxed, and the final percentage applied is variously disguised as "capital gains tax", or other quibbles.
Real-estate is already taxed in most places in America. Most European countries also tax cars based on their engine's size.
This is how it was generated.
Woman chess players can compete in all the tournaments where men can play, but the best woman chess player isn't on the same level as the best male chess player, therefore they can earn more money in woman only tournaments.
Negative, both are the same thing. And it's called deflation.
It burns, but usually doesn't explode unlike gasoline.
You can also view this as an attack on Silverlight. At least with HTML a bigger part of the stack is open.
On the other hand it's much better at translating idioms or expressions where the component words have a lot of different meanings.
Though the list key doesn't work either; they don't have the same effect as right click with the mouse.
Doesn't work in Google Chrome.
PowerShell is definitely a step in this direction.
Except it's multitasking, and can handle more than 640kB of memory without arcane magic.