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  Juniper Font - Fonts.com
Juniper is one of the highly distinct display faces from that period that have enjoyed a revival.
Because of the ornate structure of the characters, Juniper is best appreciated in large point sizes where its attractive letterforms can be seen to the greatest effect.
Often found on posters, Juniper is seldom placed close to any body text as it has so dominant a personality.
www.fonts.com /findfonts/detail.asp?pid=201744   (307 words)

  Juniper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Junipers are coniferous plants in the genus Juniperus of the cypress family Cupressaceae.
Juniperus rigida - Temple Juniper or Needle Juniper
Juniper berries are used in the distillation of gin and Jenever and the brewing of sahti.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Juniper   (803 words)

 Economic Botany Leaflets
Juniper is a short evergreen shrub whose fruit and oil provides a flavoring agent used extensively in the food, perfume, and soap industries.
Juniper berry is probably best known as the unique flavoring agent of gin, an important component of the dry martini, a popular intoxicant and a putative calmative revered by western culture for over 300 years.
Juniper foliage may be scale-like, needle-like, or both, and it often has a distinctive odor that can be detected from quite a distance.
www.siu.edu /~ebl/leaflets/juniper.htm   (1582 words)

 The juniper tree
Unfortunately juniper cannot tolerate shade and as woodland grows up around it it eventually dies, and the archaeo-botanical evidence is that the shrub went into something of a decline until neolithic settlers started to clear the wildwood for farmland, thus creating open areas in which juniper could once again gain a foothold.
Until fairly recently juniper was often found as the first stage in the process in which abandoned grassland began the move back to woodland, but it has become increasingly rare in recent decades as intensive farming has brought into cultivation previously marginal grassland which it colonised.
She is buried beneath the juniper tree and after a period of mourning the father remarries; in time a daughter is born and the stepmother becomes jealous, seeking to gain all of the father's wealth for the daughter.
www.whitedragon.org.uk /articles/juniper.htm   (2316 words)

 TreeHelp.com: Shrubs: Species: Junipers
Most junipers are dense, with tree forms from columnar to pyramidal and narrow to broad; shrubs from compact to wide spreading; and ground covers from flat to mound-shaped.
Junipers are important evergreens for landscape use due to their tolerance of unfavorable soil conditions, their hardiness and great variation in size, habit, color and growth rate.
Regardless of the use of junipers in the landscape, consideration must be given to ultimate plant size in relation to the space available because certain cultivars are vigorous in rate of growth.
www.treehelp.com /trees/juniper/index.asp   (500 words)

 botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Juniper Berries - Herb Profile and Information
The chief use of Juniper is as an adjuvant to diuretics in dropsy depending on heart, liver or kidney disease.
Elixir of Potassium Acetate and Juniper as a diaphoretic, 4 fluid drachms.
From dry distillation of the branches and heartwood of Juniperus oxycedrus, the Prickly Cedar or Medlar Tree, a large shrub, 10 to 12 feet high, with brownish-fl berries the size of a hazel nut, native of the south of France, and occasionally from that of J.
www.botanical.com /botanical/mgmh/j/junipe11.html   (1056 words)

Junipers (Juniperus species) are evergreen coniferous plants with fleshy cones and needlelike or scalelike leaves.
Junipers grow from 4 inches to 50 feet tall with a spread from 6 to 20 feet depending on the species.
Junipers are subject to a number of pests and diseases.
hgic.clemson.edu /factsheets/HGIC1068.htm   (771 words)

 Juniper Networks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Juniper partners with Ericsson, Lucent, and Siemens AG to provide IP/MPLS network solutions to customers.
Juniper's products include T-series, M-series, E-series, and J-series families of routers, and the SDX Service Deployment System.
Juniper was founded by Pradeep Sindhu, Dennis Ferguson, and Bjorn Liencres in February 1996 in California.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Juniper_Networks   (427 words)

 Herbal Descriptions - Juniper Berry - Juniperus communis   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Juniper berries contain a volatile oil, terpinen-4, that acts as a kidney irritant to stimulate increased kidney filtration and output.
For this reason Juniper is commonly utilized as a diuretic to treat conditions involving the kidneys and bladder, to increase urine output, and for relief from symptoms of gout and kidney stones.
Juniper berries, consumed raw, are also believed to act as a stimulant to increase appetite, and also serve as a remedy for rheumatism and arthritis.
www.viable-herbal.com /herbdesc2/1juniper.htm   (532 words)

 Juniper Networks :: Products & Services
Juniper's unified access control solution, which includes the Infranet Controller appliance, binds the endpoint with the user identity and the network, then propagates this information throughout the network for real-time policy management.
Juniper Networks unified access control solution is made up of three components, which work together to enable a cost-effective, pragmatic solution to solve the ongoing problem of endpoint security as it effects the LAN.
Juniper Networks IDP not only helps protect the network against attacks, it provides IT with information on rogue servers and applications that may have been added to the network without their knowledge.
www.juniper.net /products?from=HomePage-Header-to-ProductsServices   (744 words)

 Juniper   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Juniper is found in Europe, southwestern Asia up to the Himalayas, and North America, where it grows from southern coastal areas to more northerly moorland and mountainous regions.
The juniper is a low, prickly bush or shrubby tree that grows to between four and fifty feet high.
In Europe 200 years ago, the juniper was used to strengthen the body of those who were sick and to maintain the health of the well.
www.innvista.com /health/herbs/juniper.htm   (1384 words)

 Patron Saints Index: Saint Juniper   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Alarmed at this reception, Juniper escaped to a nearby seesaw where he played with the children till the sightseers left disgusted; he then continued to the convent.
Juniper captured a pig in a nearby field, cut off a foot, and cooked it for the sick man. When pig's owner found this, he angrily went to Juniper's superior.
Juniper apologized so profusely, he talked the farmer out of the rest of the pig.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/saintj74.htm   (179 words)

 Juniper lands a Baby Bell deal | CNET News.com
Juniper Networks said BellSouth is using its gear for a next-generation network in a move that may help broaden the telecom equipment maker's customer base.
Juniper's sales were relatively stable because of its recent acquisition of Unisphere and a distribution pact with Siemens, analysts said.
Juniper predicted fourth-quarter revenue to be flat with the third quarter.
news.com.com /2100-1033-961759.html   (783 words)

 USATODAY.com - Juniper to acquire NetScreen in $4 billion stock deal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Juniper now intends to pitch hybrid routing gear to everyone from midsize corporations to government agencies to giant telecoms, says Christine Heckart, Juniper's vice president of worldwide marketing.
Juniper's shares fell $3.29, or 11%, to $26.18, by the close of trading Monday, apparently reflecting the premium it paid NetScreen and the risk of competing more directly against Cisco.
Juniper's move follows an across-the-board gain in networking stocks since the start of the year.
www.usatoday.com /money/industries/technology/2004-02-09-juniper-usat_x.htm   (452 words)

 Action plan for Juniperus communis
Juniper occurs in a number of habitat types listed under the EC Habitats Directive, and juniper scrub has been recognised as a nationally scarce woodland type.
Encourage research into possible sustainable economic uses of juniper as a means to encourage an expansion in the area of semi-natural juniper vegetation and to enhance management of existing areas.
Ensure that the significance of juniper, the threats to it and suitable management to maintain it are publicised, particularly in relation to the different land management systems in which it occurs - forestry, agriculture and recreation (the latter including deer stalking and shooting estates).
www.ukbap.org.uk /UKPlans.aspx?ID=394   (1298 words)

 Juniper Question and Answer - Your pathway to get certified
The Juniper Exam not only provides the user with explanations of what the topic is all about it also provides an inside view into what the actual Juniper exam will be like.
The Juniper Exam is written in such a balanced manner that the user can easily identify with certain aspects that they have learnt in their practical lives, thus providing the dual purpose of passing the actual Juniper Exam and also gaining experience in their practical lives.
The Juniper Exam covers most scenarios with the focus on all important topics giving the user a perfect partner on their journey to getting certified.
www.testking.ws /Juniper.htm   (402 words)

 Amazon.com: Juniper: Books: Monica Furlong   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Juniper at least is a story that can engross a child while being satisfying to the adult reader.
The wise women in Juniper are are a bit too knowing and all seeing, the plot a bit formulaic but other than that, it's a story of growing up, persistence against adversity good and evil, courage and adventure and some things in between.
Juniper took me back to those magical days when reading a book makes you feel like you are actually the characters in the book.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0679833692?v=glance   (1938 words)

 Common Juniper, Juniperus communis
Common juniper typically produces an abundance of long-viability seed, and after low-intensity fires, some seed may germinate.
Common juniper extract, which can be fatal in even fairly small amounts, was used to make gin and as a meat preservative.
Juniper seeds have a semipermeable and thick seed coat with a dormant embryo.
www.rook.org /earl/bwca/nature/shrubs/juniperuscom.html   (695 words)

 Clarins | Innovations | Our Herbal Ingredients | Juniper
Juniper is a small shrub with widespread distribution in France and throughout the other parts of the world.
It is one of the most thoroughly described medicinal plants, and its small berries have found their way into the pharmacist's mortar, the chef's cooking pot and the liquor-maker's distillery.
In ancient times and during the Middle Ages, Juniper was used a panacea to all ills: its fumigations were used as a disinfectant and Juniper wine was valued for its diuretic virtues.
us.clarins.com /main.cfm?PlanteID=227   (80 words)

 Western Juniper Commercialization Project
Western juniper heartwood is highly durable (similar to redwood and cedars) and has aromatic properties like its close relative eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana).
The color of the wood varies from milky white to deep reddish-brown and has large, swirling grain patterns and bands of heartwood mixed with sapwood, similar to eastern redcedar.
Juniper is about 70% as stiff as ponderosa pine, and 85% as stiff as incense-cedar, meaning the wood deforms relatively easily under loads.
juniper.oregonstate.edu /primary.php   (945 words)

 Juniper Networks :: Juniper Networks Communities
Juniper is looking for a term to quickly and effectively communicate a new concept of combining cross portfolio features, capabilities and best practices.
Juniper's new J-Net communities provide technical members the opportunity to interact with their peers, subject matter experts and Juniper employees in order to ask questions and seek knowledge about Juniper's products and technologies.
Pedro is responsible at Juniper for the BGP routing protocol.
www.juniper.fi /company/communities   (1947 words)

 Spice Pages: Juniper (Juniperus communis)
Juniper is an important spice in many European cuisines, especially in Alpine regions, where juniper grows abundantly.
Juniper's main application is, however, meat; it is felt indispensable for venison and combines well with fl pepper,
Although juniper berries are harmless for healthy people, their massive use is discouraged for people with kidney weakness and pregnant women.
www.uni-graz.at /~katzer/engl/Juni_com.html   (649 words)

 Juniper info
Juniper emphasized its laser-like focus as a core component of its success over the past 10 years - but attendees of the company's annual Analyst Day say it may have to defocus a bit in order to land more deals and regain market share.
Juniper emphasized its laser-like focus as a core component of its success over the past 10 years - but attendees of its annual Analyst Day say it may have to defocus a bit in order to land more deals and regain market share.
Juniper is announcing a new product family based on its acquisition of NetScreen, a fast security platform with high-speed WAN ports designed for branch offices that have direct Internet connections.
www.networkworld.com /news/financial/juniper.html   (1486 words)

 Juniper (Young Gods' mentor)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Powers/Abilities: Juniper is a skilled teacher who instructs her pupils in offensive combat.
Daydreamer was determined to oppose him, and all of Juniper's students agreed with her.
Highnote teleported the six of them and Juniper to Earth to fight the High Evolutionary and Juniper watched her pupils from the sidelines.
www.marvunapp.com /Appendix2/juniperyoung.htm   (326 words)

 The Utah Juniper Project: Packrat Middens   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At its northern limits, Utah juniper was established at Bighorn Canyon 4630 yrs BP (Fig.
The earliest recorded Utah juniper at Wind River Canyon in north-central Wyoming was 1970 yrs BP (Fig.
Impacts of Utah juniper invasion on the community will be documented and instances of species replacement can be identified.
wwwpaztcn.wr.usgs.gov /wyoming/middens.html   (344 words)

 CRN | Juniper, Kothari | Kothari To Leave Juniper
Juniper Networks worldwide channel chief Tushar Kothari Wednesday told CRN he is leaving the company at the end of this month to pursue new opportunities.
Kothari's departure comes with Juniper set to name IBM channel veteran Frank Vitagliano to its top channel job.
Juniper now has more than 6,500 channel partners worldwide, 1,000 of which have earned Juniper technology certifications.
www.crn.com /sections/breakingnews/breakingnews.jhtml?articleId=181501964&cid=CRNBreakingNews   (438 words)

 Juniper Study Guides, Exam Questions - Real-Exams.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Begin your Juniper training the right way, using Real-Exams Juniper Certification and Juniper Exam preparation materials today.  Real-Exams is the only online sources for practice Juniper Exams and a virtual interactive Juniper Bootcamp.
Juniper Certifications are some of the most sought after IT certifications today.  Even though Juniper Certifications are highly popular, few sites can deliver the Juniper training materials you need to pass your upcoming Juniper Exams.
Using the online virtual Juniper Bootcamp at Real-Exams will prepare you for the questions asked when seeking your Juniper Certification.  Your Juniper training at Real-Exams will also be a great foundation for future Juniper Certifications.
www.real-exams.com /Juniper.htm   (243 words)

 GigaOM : » Ericsson Buying Juniper?
Juniper has a market capitalization of around $11.4 billion, while Ericsson commands about $55 billion in market valuation.
Apparently, Juniper is getting a big win in China, but under the cover of Ericsson.
In case you missed it - Juniper won a $120 million contract from Microsoft (over two years.) On good news front, Juniper has dropped its lawsuit against messageboard posters.
gigaom.com /2006/03/15/ericsson-buying-juniper   (838 words)

 Juniper Networks, Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Juniper Networks is pleased to announce the R&E Summit 2005, the leading event for technical network engineers in the Research and Education sector.
Places are limited, ensuring the event remains interactive and of value to you, so please register now to secure your place.
The R&E Summit is the perfect platform for Research and Education community to learn more about Juniper's latest developments on IP, MPLS, Subscriber Management, Managed Services, Network Security, SSL VPNs and share views and issues with Juniper.
apps.juniper.net /gsm/seminar?pj=189   (158 words)

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