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Accelerated Reader assesses a student’s reading level, recommends book titles at that reading level and tests student comprehension of selected books. AR software is a way to monitor a student's independent reading practices.


Web hosting is a service that allows individuals and organizations to have a website made available via the World Wide Web. Web hosts are usually based out of a data center that contains servers used to store the data that makes up the client websites.


As of the show's 19th season, there have been 15 co-hosts of "The View." The co-hosts of "The View" for the 19th season are Whoopi Goldberg, Raven-Symone, and Michelle Collins.




As of September 2015, Gayle Bass, Nick Calderone, Christian Vera and Oli Pettigrew are the hosts of “RightThisMinute.” Steven Fabian and Beth Troutman, who were part of the original presentation team, left the show in 2014 and 2015, respectively.


Hilary Farr and David Visetin host “Love it or List it” together. Farr is a home designer who performs the home makeovers, and Visetin is a real-estate agent who handles home sales.


The Cycle was a news and political talk show that appeared on MSNBC, and four network analysts and commentators hosted it, including Abby Huntsman and Touré Neblett. As a result of its ensemble format, the four hosts appeared on every show, each taking turns to facilitate discussions.


Renaissance Learning does not permit Accelerated Reader (AR) tests to be completed at home. To ensure teacher control of the testing environment, AR tests are done at school on a computer or a mobile device such as an iPad, iPhone, or iPod using the AR App.


A no-host bar is a bar at a social event where guests are required to pay for their own drinks, according to Reference.com. The opposite of a no-host bar is an open bar, in which the person hosting the party pays for the guests' drinks.


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