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TWAIN is a standard software protocol and applications programming interface (API) that regulates communication between software applications and imaging devices such as scanners and digital cameras.

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Twain–Ament Indemnities Controversy
... The Twain–Ament indemnities controversy was a major cause célèbre in the United States of America in 1901 as a consequence of the published reactions of ...
List Of Number-one Country Albums Of 1998 (Canada)
... January 12 Sevens Garth Brooks January 19 Sevens Garth Brooks January 26 Come on Over Shania Twain February 2 Come on Over Shania Twain February 9 Come on Over Shania Twain February 16 Come on Over Shania ...
List Of Diamond-certified Albums In Canada - Double Diamond Albums
... Only two Canadian artists, Alanis Morissette and Shania Twain, have attained this level of certification Twain and Pink Floyd are the only two artists to have reached it ... Jagged Little Pill 1996-11-12 Eagles Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975) 1987-07-30 Shania Twain The Woman in Me 1999-04-09 Shania Twain Come on Over 2000-01-21 Pink ...
TWAIN Working Group Membership
... Today the TWAIN standard, including the specification, data source manager and sample code, are maintained by the not-for-profit organization TWAIN Working Group ... Board and associate members of the TWAIN Working Group include Adobe Systems, Inc ...
Twain And Shaw Do Lunch
... Twain and Shaw Do Lunch, formerly known as Shaw and Twain Do Lunch, was written by Chambers Stevens and will make its world premiere at Miami's New Theatre in December 2011 ... It is based on a real meeting between Mark Twain and George Bernard Shaw ...

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    They spell it Vinci and pronounce it Vinchy; foreigners always spell better than they pronounce.
    —Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    She had exactly the German way: whatever was in her mind to be delivered, whether a mere remark, or a sermon, or a cyclopedia, or the history of a war, she would get it into a single sentence or die. Whenever the literary German dives into a sentence, that is the last you are going to see of him till he emerges on the other side of the Atlantic with his verb in his mouth.
    —Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    In this absence of nine years I find a great improvement in the city of New York.... Some say it has improved because I have been away. Others, and I agree with them, say it has improved because I have come back.
    —Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)