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MY NAME IS TREVOR CUTLER ALSO KNOWN AS A. GORDACHE THE ENGLISH ONE BY OFFICIALS IN THE U.K. I RESIDE IN THE TOWN OF BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. THE U.K. IS ALSO REFERRED TO AS GREAT BRITAIN.
I AM THE DEVELOPER AND IMPLEMENTOR OF IPHONE MODELS IPOD TOUCH E-BOOK COOKIE LUMIA HTC AND SIMILAR DEVICES USING GSM AND GPRS. I AM THE AUTHOR OF THE ORIGINAL WIRELESS, W.A.P AND USER INTERFACE SOFTWARE FOR THE US, EUROPEAN AND SE ASIA DEVICES AND I ENSURED VERSIONS COMPLIED WITH REGIONAL LAWS.

I have used other names while I was developing computer programs and standards in my private time for the new global internet initiative in the U.K and also for America in the early 1980s and later software and algorithms for the public internet. I also implemented software for the U.S.S.R (CCCP) after the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear accident in Ukraine. It was designed to be a low bitrate emergency communication and command system in times of disaster and was also used as an early video conference system by major nations of the globe, the system being supplied by North Korea or DPRK through a business registered in each nation.
Since being deposed I had to leave the role of Our lord in 1997/98 then I was reinstated and I have made the major contribution to e-mail software like Outlook Express and Thunderbird and browsers and related technologies like Firefox and Internet Explorer, and later TCIE, Opera, Chrome and Chrome Frame and upgrades to office and graphics software packages.
After being put into the sidelines in June 2008 by Charles and prevented from performing so Mr Obase could have his time on as number 1 in control fortunately I am now a fourth or a third operating as Our lord again from 1 March 2011 and my return to full function is from 11-12 April 2017 a require of very ancient law. Many processors and laptop netbook and desk computers in use in the home are my developments and implementations in association with the U.K. authorities and major brand names around the world and this work is being resumed shortly. In the near future this type of detail about me is to appear formally on an official website and general details can also appear about other work I have performed for many years connected with movie animation promotion video and television production and also for the automobile industries. 

Recently it has come to my attention that some of the 'internet standards' have been in force for more than 20 years and need renewal or reaffirming by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), which is an organized activity of the Internet Council and is responsible for the RFC series of standards documents. RFC stands for Request For Comments, but the major part of the works are regarded as standards in the e-mail and internet communities.

The major original standards relevant to current usage of networks are

IP        RFC 791  Issued in September 1981

TCP     RFC 793  Issued in September 1981

SMTP   RFC 821  Issued in August 1982
(IETF arranged to publish my work in the name of J. Postel a major contributor to IETF and the author of many RFCs)

E-mail   RFC 822  Issued in August 1982 (D.Crocker).
(The later RFC 2822 was withdrawn)

POP1   RFC 918  Issued in October 1984

(POP2  RFC 937  Issued in February 1985)

POP3   RFC 1081, 1082  Issued in November 1988

MIME   RFC 1341  Issued in June 1992
(IETF arranged to publish my work as co-author using the name N. Freed)
   
New firmer frycake to make and eat by young and old people at home any time of day.
Use 2 fresh eggs or whole egg powder equivalent and
85ml to 105ml of fresh milk or halfcream or longlife milk and
4 teaspoon of vegetable oil or olive oil or 1 knob of butter or reducedfat spread and
28g to 41g of cornflour or
32g to 45g of custard as the powder or instant mix powder or readymade and
option sweeten with 2 or 3 teaspoon of sugar or 1 or 2 sweetener tablet and
option flavour with 3 or 4 teaspoon of lemonjuice
Put in a bowl or saucepan the egg powder or liquid content from inside the eggshells and the milk or halfcream then stir them together fast using a fork or plastic spatula
Put in the bowl or saucepan the custard or cornflour and stir in to the liquid
Distribute the amounts of optional sweetener and flavour on to the mixture
Stir the mixture rapidly until it is all mixed together
Put in a frypan the oil or spread or butter
Apply low to medium heat to the pan on a cooker hob or a hotplate and move the oil or fat around to distribute it across the inside cooking surface
Pour carefully in to the pan the mixture from the bowl or saucepan
Leave the mixture to cook for several minutes until it becomes solid across most of its surface and try to avoid burning the other side of the mixture
Lift around a fourth of the edge of cake in the pan using a spatula or similar and fold part of it around a fork or knife then turn over the cake in the pan
Leave the cake to cook for 1 minute or until it becomes more solid and turn off the heat
Put on a plate the cake by lifting or sliding it carefully from the pan and if desired fold or roll part of the cake on the plate
Serve the frycake cold or warm to eat with option a serving of sauce and at the side with option fruit pieces or steamed or boiled vegetables and with the usual beverages and carbonated drinks.
Allergy advice is necessary as a serving of the meal contains milk products and egg and could contain wheat.
   
In one place here are these easy calculations to indicate an amount for a selection of old style unit. The method in use returns accurate result using integer numbers I derive to multiply and divide by and offering these numbers means using a conversion factor is necessary only in full accuracy work. These ordinary numbers are used here specially for this method.
A kilogram amount multiply by 668 then result divide by 303 to indicate a pound amount
A kilogram amount multiply by 11 then result divide by 5 to indicate a pound amount near estimate

A litre amount multiply by 11 then result divide by 49 to indicate a gallon UK amount
A litre amount multiply by 44 then result divide by 25 to indicate a pint UK amount for Britain 1.76 factor

A kilometre amount multiply by 535 then result divide by 861 to indicate a mile amount
A metre amount multiply by 993 then result divide by 908 to indicate a YARD ISY amount
A metre amount multiply by 911 then result divide by 833 to indicate a YARD IMP amount
   
A metre2 amount multiply by 537 then result divide by 499 to indicate a YARD2 amount for Britain method

A kilowatt amount multiply by 814 then result divide by 607 to indicate a hpower amount

A p penny amount multiply by 12 then result divide by 5 to indicate a d penny amount
Devise and derive by Trevor D Cutler in Britain on 10 and 21 November 2016.
   
Estimating a month interest charge on an amount is given here in good faith and using a typical rate. Estimate of 1 month interest is 1,48 GBP currency added to a 70 GBP transaction and all to be paid to the lender with any charges and interest rate chosen is 24,9 p.c or percent a year as it could appear on account documents.
Step 1 multiply 0,0833 by interest rate applying as a fraction this is 0,249 in this example
Step 2 multiply that result by transaction amount
Step 3 apply 0,03 to new result by adding or subtracting as preferred and this estimate to 2 decimal places is interest charge for a month at the rate.

A month can be 30 or 31 days 28 or 29 days for February and estimate uses a twelfth of year 30 and 5/12 days, however account statements are produced every 30 or 31 days or 4 weeks.
Actual rate used by the lender could be 24,9384 or 24,94 or 24,97p.c but only one decimal place of rate may be notified to account holder.
   
Delivery of retail consumer products into different parts of the world is increasing from the United Kingdom and capacities are shown on labelling in SI unit millilitre(ml) liter or litre(L is 1000 ml) and sometimes a unit not in use there pint or fluid ounce(fl oz).
These details can help in producing new labelling or amending existing details on a product and making it more suitable for display in a store bar supermarket hotel and other outlet. The base in use here is a dot represents a decimal base or radix point and 1 gallon UK is near exact 4.454609 L in publications.
Pint gallon UK         ml amount
4 0.5            1/2          2227.304
2 0.25          1/4          1113.652
0.5 0.0625 1/16 278.413
0.25 0.0312 1/32 139.206
and note
0.05 is 1.0 fl oz UK or 27.841 ml.
Piece of paper or plastic to cover amount unit and large 'e' symbol when present and leave UK amount and unit visible can be this form on 1 or 2 lines and abbreviate
median content country or countrycode amount unit with this option as prod. country or countrycode
median content amount unit country or countrycode with this option as prod. country or countrycode
example 'm. cont .9843 Pt US as U.K' and example 'equ. cnt. US 1.2841 pt' uses equ. for equivalent or equate and example 'med cnt. 1.2841 Pt US'.
   
PROPOSING NEW DISTANCE USE IN OPEN AIR ACTIVITY AND IN COVER AREA
This document describes amount not of S.I. unit and to be in use to evaluate the scheme at places in the world from 15 December and to complete before 15/9/2017.
The details are based on YARD unit which can be display as YRD YD or YDS then 1000 of the unit is amount 914,4 metre and 2286 of meter is amount 2500 YRD as guideline.
Amount         Proportion        Use distance for activity with
YRD                                      1 or more break for resting

11000           full 1                 trek walk hike run drive ride
                     hi-limit              can be short 1/4 of 26mi run

5500             half 1/2             trek walk hike run drive ride
                     ,5

2750             fourth 1/4          walk run ride 2640 is 1,5mi
                     ,25                    trek hike ride for young people

1375             eighth 1/8         walk run ride for child
                     ,125

674 to 687    sixteenth 1/16   walk ride for young child
                     ,062 lo-limit
Proposal and derive by Trevor D Cutler our lord in Great Britain on 14 December 2016
Notes to evaluator
Activity can be existing event or new introduce and use of timing devices
Can be on offer a number of point reward prize or award
Can be record of times and a record break detail all done by 1 to 3 ordinary people
Entrant can cease participate before finish and comply to relevant rules
Course can have a number of straight and curve part or be circle or ellipse
Can be start and finish in or near same place or have finish high distance away
Can be a number of intermediate marker or post
Amount of unit can be up to 4 lower or higher
Amount of unit can be measure for course to accurace 9 to 72inch or 1/4 to 2 YRD only.
   
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