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widget

(ˈwɪdʒɪt)
1. n. a gadget. Now, try to fit this widget into this slot here.
2. n. a hypothetical product made by a hypothetical company. No, we stopped making widgets last year. Too much foreign competition.
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The widget will also display blood bank samples that are not yet completed.
Travel Business Review-September 29, 2011--TripAdvisor Offers Widgets for Client Websites(C)2011] ENPublishing - http://www.
TERMS & CONDITIONS: Only one free plug and water widget per mainland Great Britain household (excluding Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland).
And remember, this is a major jQuery widget library, but there are others out there if you don't see exactly what you want.
The HD Traffic widget is available now for customers in the UK, Netherlands, France, Germany and Switzerland and uses TomTom's High Definition traffic technology to deliver accurate and detailed live traffic information to users' favourite web pages.
They clearly appreciate the winning proposition of a widget solution that helps them streamline the development and delivery of a variety of mobile content.
Companies utilising the new capabilities can provide consumers with a range of customised tools, including secure RSS feeds, targeted promotional widgets, or secure, transactional widgets for managing accounts.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-26 June 2008-Opera Software ASA signs Widgets agreement with European telecomms operator(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
According to comScore, almost 586 million individual web users viewed a piece of widget software in November 2007, often on the fast growing social networks.
For example, when one company experienced an electrical outage, the company's desktop widget alerted 7,500 employees at once about the service disruption.
Organisations should enforce a strict policy for their users on using widgets and widget engines.
com) to download the display engine, see the widget du jour, and browse 11 categories.
Wikipedia defines a Web Widget as "a portable chunk of code that can be installed and executed within any separate HTML-based Web page.
These individual files have literally been processed into one large Zip file and the extension changed from zip to widget.
Lawrence and I played our usual silly game, naming this growth the "Ticking Widget," or "Widget" for short.