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  LEMONADE for Mobiles
LEMONADE (license to enhanced mobile oriented and diverse endpoints)
LEMONADE consists of extensions to the existing IMAP and SMTP protocols.
LEMONADE enabled functionality (like push email, forward without download and efficient re-connection and synchronisation) has been designed to maximise utility whilst minimizing bandwidth usage (and therefore costs) and provide a better user experience through performance efficiencies
www.lemonadeformobiles.com   (133 words)

 Web Design and Development, Brand and Graphic Design Melbourne, Australia - Lemonade - Award winning creative agency - ...
Lemonade's Senior Designer Enrico Bettesworth has been announced as the winner of the Canon/Better Photography Magazine - Portrait Category.
Lemonade recently opened its studio doors as part of the 2008 AGIdeas Interact sessions.
Students were given the opportunity to visit a leading design studio to pick the brains of their designers and directors.
www.lemonade.com.au   (428 words)

  Enhancements to Internet email to Support Diverse Service Environments (lemonade) Charter
Lemonade is tasked to provide a set of enhancements and profiles of
Lemonade's work is at the crossroads of a body of work related to
The IMAP COMPRESS Extension (RFC 4978) (17554 bytes)
www.ietf.org /html.charters/lemonade-charter.html   (642 words)

  Lemonade Helps Kidney Stones   (Site not responding. Last check: )
When made into low-sugar or sugar-free lemonade, Nakada and colleagues found, lemon juice increases the amount of citrate in the urine to levels known to inhibit kidney stones.
Over the time they drank lemonade they had a lower burden of kidney stones and appeared to form kidney stones at a slower rate than they did before starting lemonade therapy.
Lemonade also does something else needed by people prone to kidney stoneskidney stones.
www.webmd.com /news/20060524/lemonade-helps-kidney-stones   (777 words)

  Lemonade Information
Lemonade, in its uncarbonated form, is among the oldest of commercial soft drinks, dating at least back to the 17th century.
White's lemonade, in which a man sneaks downstairs in his pajamas singing "I'm a secret lemonade drinker — I'm trying to give it up but it's one of those nights." When his wife catches him at the refrigerator he sheepishly offers her a glass.
White lemonade equates to the colourless fizzy lemonade common in many countries, while (fizzy) Red lemonade is particular to Ireland.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Lemonade   (717 words)

 The Food Timeline--beverages
Lemonade's rise to popularity in our country is generally attributed to the Temperance (anti-alcohol) Movement of the late 19th/early 20th centuries.
Lemonade whould be made in the proportion of one lemon to each large goblet.
Lemonade is entitled to the first place on the list of fruit beverags, refreshing as it is in itslef, and capable as it is of numerous variations.
www.foodtimeline.org /foodbeverages.html   (6475 words)

 Perfect Lemonade Recipe | Simply Recipes
If the lemonade is a little sweet for your taste, add a little more straight lemon juice to it.
Posted by: Cris on January 23, 2007 3:19 PM Made lemonade to sell at a gala, fundraising for a public pool for Waiheke this past weekend.
The hostess made a pitcher of lemonade and served it as a cocktail by adding a small amount of vodka to each glass.
www.elise.com /recipes/archives/000479perfect_lemonade.php   (2762 words)

 Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer | Pediatric Cancer Research
We encourage anyone and everyone even your company, club, school, or family to hold a lemonade stand or other event anytime of year to support pediatric cancer research.
Virtual Cups of Lemonade to fight Childhood Cancer
is a unique foundation that evolved from a young cancer patient's front yard lemonade stand to a nationwide fundraising movement to find a cure for pediatric cancer...
www.alexslemonade.org   (225 words)

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