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Ask Jeeves launched in beta in mid-April 1997 and fully launched on June 1, 1997. On September 18, 2001, Ask Jeeves acquired Teoma for over $1.5 million. In July 2005, Ask Jeeves was acquired by IAC. In February 2006, Jeeves was removed from Ask Jeeves and the search engine rebranded to Ask.
From 1996 until 2006, Ask.com, a question-and-answer search engine, was known as Ask Jeeves and featured a caricature of a butler on its launch page. The name of Jeeves has also been used by other companies and services, such as the British dry-cleaning firm Jeeves of Belgravia and the New Zealand company Jeeves Tours.
New natural language-based web search engine: Ask Jeeves, a natural language web search engine, that aims to rank links by popularity, is released. It would later become Ask.com. September 15: New web search engine: The domain Google.com is registered.
Bandwidth commonly refers to: . Bandwidth (signal processing) or analog bandwidth, frequency bandwidth, or radio bandwidth, a measure of the width of a frequency range ...
Starlight Express is a 1984 British musical, with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Richard Stilgoe. It tells the story of a young but obsolete steam engine, Rusty, who races in a championship against modern engines in the hope of impressing a first-class observation car, Pearl.
J. K. Rowling is a pen name of Joanne Rowling, the British author of the children's fantasy series Harry Potter, the crime series Cormoran Strike and other works. Before her first Potter novel was published on 26 June 1997, her mother died from multiple sclerosis (MS) in 1990 and she lived on state assistance as a single parent after her marriage failed in 1993.
Cats is a 1998 direct-to-video musical film based on the 1981 stage musical Cats by Andrew Lloyd Webber, itself based on Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats (1939) by T. S. Eliot.
Notably in "Ask Jeeves" in season 10, they use their real names and even though a detective is investigating a murder, he does not recognize them from "their" previous crime sprees. The Colt The 1836 Colt Paterson revolver,  usually referred to simply as "the Colt", was made by Samuel Colt, a paranormal hunter.