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(Roman mythology) queen of the Olympian gods who protected marriage

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The Junos Platform is designed to allow partners to develop, deploy and bring to market innovative network applications that are tailored to satisfy business needs.
She collected the trophies and performed at the Juno Awards show at the Saddledome arena in her hometown of Calgary, Alberta, two blocks from a community hall where she began her musical career as Leslie Feist, her full name.
The news media have provided indirect subsidies to CARAS by preparing stories about the Junos, many of which summarize the organization's press releases or newsletter items.
The Junos Pulse App for the iPad is part of Juniper's Junos Pulse platform, it builds on Juniper's SA Series SSL VPN solution that enables more than 25m end users to remotely and securely connect their devices to corporate networks.
Networking software, silicon and systems provider Juniper Networks (NYSE:JNPR) (NASDAQ-NMS:JNPR) has signed a strategic agreement with data centre networking company BLADE Network Technologies Inc and licensed its Junos operating system to develop Junos based blade server switches, the companies announced on Thursday.
Although it's unusual to turn to the Romans for inspiration for our spirituality today, the notion that every woman has her juno is a rich one.
The Honouring Our Own--8th Annual Best Music of Aboriginal Canada Juno Awards 2001 celebration paid tribute to Juno nominees Susan Aglukark for Unsung Heroes (EMI), C-Weed for Run As One (cweedband.com), Mishi Donovan for Journey Home (Arbor/Festival), John Gracie for Figure Love Out (Tidemark), and Florent Vollant for Nipaiamianan (Avanti Stella/ Mucicor).