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  2. MiFi - Wikipedia

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    MiFi is a brand name used to describe a wireless router that acts as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot.In many countries, including the United States, Canada, and Mexico, Inseego Corp (previously known as Novatel Wireless) owns a registered trademark on the "MiFi" brand name; in the United Kingdom, mobile operator Hutchison 3G owns the "MiFi" trademark.

  3. Myogenesis - Wikipedia

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    Studies have shown that mice muscle development in the intercostal and paraspinal regions can be delayed by inactivating Myf-5. Myf5 is considered to be the earliest expressed regulatory factor gene in myogenesis. If Myf-5 and MyoD are both inactivated, there will be a complete absence of skeletal muscle.

  4. Dim sim - Wikipedia

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    William Wing Young's "original recipe" for the dim sim was presented by Elizabeth Chong on the second episode of the ABC1 TV show Myf Warhurst's Nice (20 June 2012). It consisted of pork, prawns, water chestnuts, spring onions and soy sauce wrapped in a soft skin-like wrapper. See also. Dim sum; Chinese restaurants in Australia

  5. Triple J TV - Wikipedia

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    Triple J TV (stylised in all lowercase; formerly jtv) is the name given to a series of Australian television programmes which started broadcast in July 2006 as a television spin-off of national radio broadcaster Triple J.

  6. Warwick Capper - Wikipedia

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    Warwick Richard Capper (born 12 June 1963) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for the Sydney Swans and the Brisbane Bears in the Victorian Football League/Australian Football League.

  7. List of Triple J presenters - Wikipedia

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    Myf Warhurst: Net50 (2001–2002) Lunch (2003–2006) Breakfast (2007) 2007 Jason Whalley: Weekend Afternoons (2004) Drive (September–October 2004)

  8. Alex Dyson - Wikipedia

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    Personal life. Tyson was born to parents Ian and Helen Jean Dyson and grew up Warrnambool, Victoria.Dyson's mother died when he was four years old. He graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Creative Arts.

  9. Tom Tilley (television presenter) - Wikipedia

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    Tom Tilley (born 1981) is an Australian television and radio presenter and journalist who is currently a reporter for the news talk show The Project.He was previously the host of daily radio news program Hack on Triple J between 2011 and 2019.