3 columns all with static widths, and contained in a parent DIV wihich remains centered in the window. One rather serious limitation of this particular technique is that if any of the three content DIVs contains an image or a really long word that is longer than the width of the DIV, it totally breaks the layout. Each browser breaks it differently.
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Enterprise engenderment accelerates initiative platforms, reducing staffing components, integration of technical accessibility, resulting in bottom line pluralisms, benefit-wise. Incidental re-sizing staff requirements through attrition can be accelerated by paridigm shifts and focusing on core suitability and cross-training.
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