English vocabulary and translations (See all)
a page: a sheet, a side (of paper); a site (on the Internet)
- "Icarus : Stickypedia was created by Willy James in March 2002 - or November 2001 - depending upon which Stickypedia page you look at."
- "The teacher of the class has been hailed as a hero for bringing the incident to a swift end by saying, "Ok class, that's enough excitement for today, turn to page 54 of your textbooks: Trigonometry"."
- "Ok, "edit page"."
- "Details about the event in which you will be competing are included on the next page."
- "continued from previous page"
- "I've been on the same 4 pages for 3 hours."
- "The catch is that as more and more people use the internet, more and more pages are loaded, searches are made, and videos are watched, and so more and more servers are needed to power all this web activity."
- "But surely, if anyone can tamper with a page like this, Stickypedia must be open to vandalism."
- "continued on next page"
- "For example, let's refresh the page "Geek"."
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