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A January 1995 precursory discussion thread, on the usenet newsgroup "comp.graphics" with the subject Thoughts on a GIF-replacement file format, had many propositions, which would later be part of the PNG file format.

Collinge speculated that cadavers from people with Alzheimer's disease may have
precursor layers In this method, metal or metal-oxide nanoparticles are used as the precursors for CIGS growth.

To finance the growing trade within the region, the Bank of Amsterdam was established in 1609, the precursor to, if not the first true central bank Quinn, Stephen.

No significant precursor events have been reported since then, though some groups claim other accidents have occurred.

This was the first arrester-cable landing on a ship and the precursor of modern day carrier operations.

Catherine's friend Ekaterina Dashkova sometimes viewed as a precursor of feminism led the Russian Academy of Sciences for many years.

Some Czechs saw the "Nationality Laws” as a precursor to a division of Bohemia into German and Czech parts.

Early round coins The round coin, the precursor of the familiar cash coin, circulated in both the spade and knife money areas in the Zhou period, from around 350 BC.

He is thought to be a precursor to Balrog (who is known as M. Bison in Japan) from Street Fighter II due to his similar profile and outer appearance.

It is the precursor breed from which the modern oriental Frill was created via selective breeding methods.

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