A brother and sister will on average will share 50% of their chromosomes. Cousins will never be guaranteed not to share any chromosomes.
Where did you get this idea from?
I actually RTFA because I thought it was odd and I was curious on how Windows could block browsers from a technical standpoint.
The article leads to a Mozilla blog from which in turns links to another blog on from Microsoft which in no ways mention limiting browsers on Windows for Arm. So this quite strong claim has no actual source.
So not only was it obvious when you thought they said that newspapers polluted less than e-readers, but also now that you realize they pollute more than e-readers?
It couldn't have been very obvious to begin with then could it?
Sounds like someone with a calculator and a bunch of coins could save a lot of money in several small purchases. Beats using coupons.
Yes at a whopping maximum saving of NOK 0.49 per purchase (requiring you to buy fifty-one x.99 items) if you run from store to store you could make maybe six purchases an hour and get save a whopping of NOK 2.94 an hour or about USD 0.50.
Something tells me this is not a big problem.
Most likely you are severely over estimating the energy amount of your high fat/high protein diet as high protein diets have been shown to lead to a voluntary decrease in caloric intake in controlled trials. Try carefully documenting your intake of calories over an extended period of time and you will probably see that you are actually eating much less than you think you are.
If you are seriously eating many more calories a day of fat and protein without significant weight gain, I suggest an urgent visit to a doctor. With such a significant difference in caloric intake without any effects you are very likely to be having severe colonial malfunction which could lead to internal bleedings, infections and death.
control.Enabled = false;
control.Enabled = true;
That you couldn't find a simple property searching through msdn says a lot about you.
Hell "disable control c#" gives you an answer in the first hit on google. The msdn page might be a little to technical for you so might I suggest starting with:
The first myth of management is that it exists. The second myth of management is that success equals skill. -- Robert Heller