Ready

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Troy Ready - Professional
... On December 17, 2003, the Seattle Sounders selected Ready in the first round of the USL First Division draft ... Ready was wanted by Clubs IK Start and Skeid of the Norways Professional League, but was unable to obtain a valid work permit ... Ready played with the Shadow for 8 years and tallied more appearances than anyone in club history ...
Labour Ready - Safety Record
... Building and Construction Trades Department, Labor Ready employees are injured at three times the U.S ... national average rate every year, 25% of Labor Ready employees are injured ... Various unions have accused Labor Ready of deceptive practices and of mistreating its employees ...
Camera-ready
... Camera-ready is a common term used in the commercial printing industry meaning that a document is, from a technical standpoint, ready to "go to press", or be printed ... In live television, camera-ready refers to a person's presentability, such as a newsreader wearing a suit or an actress wearing appropriate make-up ... A person is not ready to be in front of a camera until they are camera-ready ...
Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal - Story
... Frankenbeans is ready to try to destroy the Looney Tunes and he will stop at nothing! His plan is to destroy the Looney Tunes' past, causing them to ... Get ready to fight back and go through a looney adventure ... So the question is are you ready to fight back or not? The Story begins with bugs falling from the sky and flying right pas Dr ...
Comx-35 - Known Bugs
... using line number 65535 was typing in 'READY', after this the COMX was not 'READY' anymore ... editor and pressed 'CR' (return) on the 'READY' prompt ...

Famous quotes containing the word ready:

    For rhetoric, he could not ope
    His mouth, but out there flew a trope;
    And when he happen’d to break off
    I’ th’ middle of his speech, or cough,
    H’ had hard words ready to show why,
    And tell what rules he did it by;
    Samuel Butler (1612–1680)

    To feel most beautifully alive means to be reading something beautiful, ready always to apprehend in the flow of language the sudden flash of poetry.
    Gaston Bachelard (1884–1962)

    And adepts in the speaking trade
    Keep a cough by them ready made.
    Charles Churchill (1731–1764)