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Java Image Acquisition Library
JokerCard is a game that played in Arabian Gulf and especially in Qatar. It is like a old traditional game that allow 4 or 6 players to play it at the same time.
The Multiverse Open Source World (OSW) is an organized community effort to develop a working virtual world based on the Multiverse platform built by the Multiverse dev community, for training/educational purposes and general benefit of the community.
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