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What is the difference between a service and a Web service?

What is the difference between a service and a Web service?
Web services are services with additional properties, such that they are registed in a UDDI registry and are typically accessed using SOAP. Services themselves are protocol-independent. Web services are accessed using common internet technologies, such as HTTP.
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