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OCRA One-Click Application Builder - 1 post - 1 author - Last post: Jan 27, 2011Paul Lee ... ruby-ocra hello. i've tried ocra first today. it's so ... with building a
ruby file. i'm trying to use active record without rails. so the file ...
rec.railroad - 44 posts - 22 authors - Last post: Jan 12, 1994It is a well known fact that friction is lower on a highly polished surface. u (mu) will be higher on rusty
rails, than on clean polished rails. This (incidentally) is the ...
rec.arts.movies - 6 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Aug 2, 1989Paul TS Lee cthu...@claris.com rec arts movies From article <3...@shlump.nac
.dec.com>, by boyaj...@ruby.dec.com (The Mad Armenian): In article
rubyonrails-talk - 3 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Jun 11, 2008Paul Lee ... rubyonrails-talk Hi. I'ma newbie on rails. There're two ... in advance. -
Paul -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
rec.guns - 3 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Jan 19, 1999I found that the rails on the frames is much shorter than the
springfield compact. I guess for 260.. a forged slide +parts is not a bad deal
still. I had to buy another ...
soc.culture.korean - 74 posts - 22 authors - Last post: Feb 16, 1996... as some sort of "englightened white savior" (apparently of culturally oppressed
Asian women) who only pretends to be against the very things he rails against.
nexuscork - 7 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Feb 19, 2012Might give python/ ruby a go then... On Sun, Feb 19, 2012 at 1:47 PM,
Shane Marks <... <3D"mailto:...">> ...
rec.railroad - 59 posts - 25 authors - Last post: Aug 24, 1994... rh...@cix.compulink.co.uk ("Richard Hunt") writes:
r...@leland.stanford.edu wrote: Well, you contract with Railtrack for the use
of the rails. Any sane contract ...