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  • Pillars of Wikinews writing Writing an article A "monster" Burmese python, weighing in at 400 pounds and stretching 18 feet long, was seized by Florida
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  • scare was sparked after someone mistook a replica bomb from the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail for a real bomb. A member of the water board discovered
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  • burmese python population in the Florida Everglades. A six foot alligator was found with its rear half hanging from the belly of a 13-foot python last week
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  • of tools for debugging and compiling in two computer languages, C++ and Python, particularly when handling multi-threaded code. Google says this is in
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  • delivery of compost. John Cleese is most famous for his parts in Monty Python and Fawlty Towers television shows as well as various movies including A
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  • drama set in Rwanda; Tideland, a movie produced by Terry Gilliam of Monty Python fame, was filmed in Saskatchewan and earned six nominations. A best picture
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  • — Scotland On Sunday, June 26, 2005 Scott McCulloch. "Plots, paranoia and Monty Python... inside the world of G8 anarchists" — Scotland On Sunday, June 26, 2005
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  • and that's what OpenSync does. Tobias: Another point to mention is the python wrapper for opensync, so you are not bound to C or C++, but can develop
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  • has been added to allow scripting in Java, including both languages like Python and Ruby as well as Mozilla's open-source JavaScript implementation. This
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  • problem. If he could make that funny, which he could if he had a Monty Python kind of sensibility, but it was just embarrassing. It was kind of gooey
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