algate

algate

(ˈɔːlˌɡeɪt) or

algates

adv
1. by any means; anyway
2. in all times and circumstances
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The website, owned by Algate Corp and funded by major investors, seeks to attract Indian and Pakistani audiences throughout the world by creating content which bridges the gap between the cultures, tastes and entertainment.
Kate Algate, Chief Officer of Coventry Citizens Advice, said: "Today we're launching a new service specifically for those who need help applying for Universal Credit.
"Just browbeating people or just giving information, that's not effective in changing behaviour, [but] social norms are a very, very powerful factor," says Felicity Algate of The Behavioural Insights Team.
Kate Algate, chief executive of Coventry Citizens Advice, said many people using the system lack basic digital skills, or have restricted access to the online service they need.
Nobody today speaks, or says things, like Chaucer and his peers did back in the 14th century; as in this example extracted from the Wife of Bath's prologue, from Chaucer's famous Canterbury Tales: 'Whan that my fourthe housbonde was on beere/I weep algate, and made sory cheere,/As wyves mooten, for it is usage.'
And [??]ere fore my saule, [??]if[??]ou wilt algate loue flesch, loue no flesch bot cristes flesch, [??]at for [??]e and almankynde hangyd on tre andpayned witnoute mesure greuouslich Here on [??]enke continualli for[??]e meditacion of cristes passion rerith manys saule and his mende to heuene, and techi[??] what he schal do, and he schal [??]enke, and speke.
For jalous folk ben perilous everemo-- Algate they wolde hire wyves wenden so.
The sensitivity of p-channel MOSFETs fabricated in Algate technology process (also known as RADFETs) with 1 [micro]m thick gate oxide to kilovoltage X-ray and gamma-ray irradiation with dose range from 1 to 5 Gy was studied.
"This year we have seen a pull on resources and an increase in costs due to the Olympic factor with site facilities being the main items most difficult to come by," said organiser James Algate. "But I am glad we made the decision to stick to our historical date of the last weekend in July.
James Algate, Global-Gathering organiser, adds: "Following the successful re-brand and redevelopment of the festival in 2011 that saw amazing feedback from artists and festivalgoers alike, we've once again looked to the future, securing some of the freshest live acts and DJs out there right now.
"Dance music is constantly evolving but it's great to see The Prodigy getting the recognition they so richly deserve," the BBC quoted James Algate organizer of GlobalGathering as saying.
In the third place play-off, Whitburn lost 4-1 to Dorset club, Parkstone, and captain Bob Button said: " The SCORES MAIL ON SUNDAY CLASSIC (El Rompido, Spain): Semi-final - Whitburn 0, Moor Park 5; Geoff Wilkinson lost to Nick Algate 4&3, Daniel Coffey lost to Nick O'Byrne 3&2, Chris Hart lost to Douglas Cameron 4&3, Anthony Jaggers lost to Danny West 5& 4, Eddie Cuthbert lost to John Ambridge 4&3.