Whenever a Pokémon is first captured, its data will be added to a player's Pokédex, but in the anime or manga, the Pokédex is a comprehensive electronic reference encyclopedia, usually referred to in order to deliver exposition. of the fictional Pokémon world, Pokédex is used to refer to a list of Pokémon, usually a list of Pokémon by number. There are three different numbered Pokédex lists to date: the National Pokédex, introduced in Pokémon Red and Blue, the Johto Pokédex, introduced in Pokémon Gold and Silver, and the Hoenn Pokédex, introduced in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire and expanded in Fire Red and Leaf Green. There was also a series of Pokédex toys.
Don't forget to use the Pokédex on your adventures Ash.
A Deist is any person who believes that God created the universe and dissociated himself from it. They do not believe in divine intervention of in organized religion, such as church gatherings. Some do not believe that Jesus is the son of God, but merely a prophet; however they are still considered Christians, because they do believe somewhat in the Holy Bible. They also believe in the power of science, and if science and scripture contradict one another, they usually lean towards the science aspect because of factual data. The most notable Deist to date are Thomas Jefferson as well as other U.S. Founding Fathers, and rumored John Locke.
"I have never seen a church for Deist."
"And you never will."
"The United States Constitution is based on Holy scripture."
"Only if you consider logic and science a religion, because that is what our foundings fathers believed in."
GHB, chemical name gamma hydroxy butyrate, a central nervous system depressant. It is a chemical which naturally occurs in the body in small amounts. It has effects much like alcohol and, despite being thoroughly studied since the 1960s, appears totally non-toxic, i.e. it does not cause brain or organ damage. This is not completely surprising when we consider that it is always in the body. There are no known deaths from GHB alone although that doesn't mean it isn't possible. In its entire history, the largest doses have only knocked people unconscious. None have died from GHB.more...
GHB is often called a "date rape" drug. It's been employed in this fashion but so have all other depressants, of which the most notable and popular is alcohol. Alcohol is a much more common date rape drug and it is the combination of alcohol and GHB which is used most often to sedate a woman. However, GHB takes the blame for both alcohol (organ toxic, brain damaging, potentially fatal by itself) and GHB (non-toxic, non-brain damaging, non-fatal by itself to the best of our substantial knowledge.)
Until the early 1990s sold legally in the US at health stores (e.g. GNC). It was said to help users go to sleep and to promote Growth Hormone release while sleeping. Many athletes used the drug with no ill effect and enjoyed it as a non-toxic of alternative to alcohol whether or not ...
CDR is an abbreviation for the the term Call Detail Recording. It is the data that is submitted by your telephone system to a collection device linked to your call accounting package. The data contains particular information about every telephone call including date, time, duration, digits dialed and trunk line. Often the term SMDR (Station Message Detail Recording is used interchangeably with CDR). The "raw" information is generally interpreted and translated into a database for real time or scheduled processing and reporting.
We use CDR to examine telephone call activity
SMDR is an abbreviation for the the term Station Message Detail Recording. It is the data that is submitted by your telephone system to a collection device linked to your call accounting package. The data contains particular information about every telephone call including date, time, duration, digits dialed and trunk line. Often the term CDR (Call Detail Recording is used interchangeably with CDR). The "raw" information is generally interpreted and translated into a database for real time or scheduled processing and reporting.
We use SMDR to examine telephone call activity
Ayumi Hamasaki (Hamasaki Ayumi, born October 2, 1978) is a japanese pop singer and Japanese idol originally from Fukuoka, Japan. She is commonly called by her nickname 'Ayu'. To this date, she has released seven full-length studio albums, one mini-album, two compilation albums, and 40 singles.more...
She officially debuted in 1998 with her single poker face. She is the first Japanese artist to have her first original seven studio albums top the charts.
Although Ayumi lived with her mother, she was primarily raised by her grandmother. She has vague recollections of her father as he left the family at around the time she was two, and she has not seen him since. She grew up in a very liberal household where she was expected to do what was right for her without her mother intervening in her affairs, since her mother was always out working to support the family.
In her youth, Hamasaki started her modeling career as a model for a local bank. During high school, she was considered a delinquent because of her dyed hair and short shirts which were considered extremely unconventional in Japan at that time. Eventually she dropped out of high school and moved to Tokyo to pursue a fulltime modeling career.
Hamasaki used the pseudonym 'Kurumi Hamazaki', acting in low budget dramas like Miseinen and b-movies like Sumomomomomo; however, she did not find success. She was too short to become a professional model. As a result, she spent her days wandering the streets of Tokyo, shopping,...
Similar to a script kiddie in principle, except op kiddies run websites (or perhaps more commonly, forums) poorly as opposed to perpetrating hack/crack attempts poorly.more...
Like their script kiddie counterparts, op kiddies are typically young and male, with little grasp of spelling, grammar, common sense or server management. Their sites are normally quite barren activity-wise for several reasons:
a) They don't manage them well enough to attract many (if any) regular members.
b) They are often hacked due to the op kiddie's failure to keep up to date with applicable software patches, or just general naivety when it comes to security. Successful hack attempts can result in total data loss, which isn't likely to make any pre-existing members want to stick around. Of course, the op kiddie won't have made backups at any stage, either, so unlike competent webmasters, they are usually unable to simply restore things to how they were.
c) The idea or theme behind the site is unoriginal or poorly thought out. Quite often, the op kiddie will simply create a "general discussion" forum which in fact has no main theme at all, then advertise it somewhere in a manner along the lines of "comme 2 my genral fourm takl abuot aynthign!!111". Naturally, they will be unaware of the existence of, say, offtopic.com.
d) The op kiddie keeps breaking things on the site and disrupting service to the users, which is a sure-fire way to make people vote...