- An Internet cafe or cybercafe is a place which provides internet access to
the public, usually for a fee. These businesses usually provide snacks and
drinks, hence the cafe in the name. The fee for using a computer is usually
charged as a time-based rate.
- Net Cafe was a US television series documenting the internet boom of the
late 1990s. It was broadcast from 1996 to 2002 and hosted by Stewart Cheifet,
Jane Wither, and Andrew deVries.
- A city in eastern India, in Andhra Pradesh; pop. 471,000
- Guntur (???????, ??????, ?????) is a city and a municipal corporation in the
Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, located to the north and west of the Bay of
Bengal. It is approximately to the south of the capital, New Delhi.
- Guntur is a Lok Sabha parliamentary constituency of Andhra
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Point of Impact (Tom Clancy's Net Force, Book 5)
From the #1 New York Times bestselling creators
of Op-Center comes a different kind of law enforcement.
In the year 2010,
computers are the new superpowers. Those who control them, control the world. To
enforce the Net Laws, Congress creates the ultimate computer security agency
within the FBI: the Net Force®.
It’s the rich man’s drug of choice—and it’s
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of smart drugs, psychedelics, angel dust, and steroids, it can turn a
fifty-year-old into a raging beast of aggression and sexual desire. Now, it’s up
to the Net Force to find the source of this dangerous designer drug. Before
another rape. Before another murder. Before every user self-destructs…
powerful examination of America’s defense and intelligence systems of the
future, Tom Clancy’s Net Force® is the creation of Tom Clancy and Steve
Guntur : Ferocious!
Guntur, male Sumatran tiger cub, National Zoo,
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Guntur : Shaking it off!
Guntur, Sumatran tiger, National Zoo, January
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Join us in this exquisite tribute to the most
mouth-watering of all British institutions as we present a guide to the UK's
best greasy spoons and a dissection of exactly what it takes to make the perfect
fry-up. Based on the Yahoo award-winning website, this is more than just an
homage to our nation's favourite dish—the book is also an indespensible guide to
the finest cafes in the UK. This book also contains the handy bean colour-wheel
to do away with bean-hue concerns, a personal history of how the great British
fry-up evolved, and an in depth discussion of the pros and cons of the sugar