Lotus

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IBM Lotus Symphony - Features
... IBM Lotus Symphony consists of IBM Lotus Symphony Documents, a word processor IBM Lotus Symphony Spreadsheets, a spreadsheet program IBM Lotus Symphony Presentations, a presentation program a web browser based on ... Previous support for Lotus SmartSuite formats was disabled in Symphony 3 ... on Eclipse Rich Client Platform from IBM Lotus Expeditor for its shell and OpenOffice.org 3 for the core office-suite code, which will likely be dropped in the next major version of the Apache OpenOffice ...
Lotus - Other
... Lotus (board game), a strategy game Lotus case, case before the Permenant Court of International Justice arising from the collision between a French ... Lotus and a Turkish steamship ... Lotus Foods, an organic and heirloom rice company Lotus Software, a personal computer software company, best known for Lotus Notes and the 1-2-3 spreadsheet application Lotus ...
Ashtamangala - In Buddhism - Lotus
... The lotus flower (Sanskrit Padma Tibetan པད་མེ, Wylie pad me), representing "primordial purity" (Tibetan ཀ་དག, Wylie ka dag) of body, speech, and mind, floating above the muddy waters of ...
IBM Lotus Forms - Previous Incarnation of Lotus Forms
... In 1994, Lotus Development Corporation introduced Lotus Forms, another tool for creating electronic and printed forms ...
Lotus Tree
... The lotus tree (Greek λωτός, lōtós) is a plant that occurs in two stories from Greek mythology ... In Homer's Odyssey, the lotus tree bore a fruit that caused a pleasant drowsiness and was the only food of an island people called the Lotophagi or Lotus ... When they ate of the lotus tree they would forget their friends and homes and would lose their desire to return to their native land in favor of living in idleness ...

Famous quotes containing the word lotus:

    It’s a mining town in lotus land.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    I passed a little further on and heard a lotus talk:
    Who made the world and ruleth it, He hangeth on a stalk,
    For I am in His image made, and all this tinkling tide
    Is but a sliding drop of rain between His petals wide.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)