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den. lair. cave. hole. burrow. couch. earth. haunt.
burrow. den. hole.
A sirupy, nontoxic ptomaine, C5H14N2 , formed in putrefaction of flesh, etc.
A prefix from Eng. prep. in, also from Lat. prep. in, meaning in, into, on, among; as, inbred, inborn, inroad; incline, inject, intrude.
In words from the Latin, in- regularly becomes il- before l, ir- before r, and im- before a labial; as, illusion, irruption, imblue, immigrate, impart.
In- is sometimes used with an simple intensive force.
An inseparable prefix, or particle, meaning not, non-, un- as, inactive, incapable, inapt.
In- regularly becomes il- before l, ir- before r, and im- before a labial.
See the Note under - ine.
The specific signification of in is situation or place with respect to surrounding, environment, encompassment, etc.
It is used with verbs signifying being, resting, or moving within limits, or within circumstances or conditions of any kind conceived of as limiting, confining, or investing, either wholly or in part.
In its different applications, it approaches some of the meanings of, and sometimes is interchangeable with, within, into, on, at, of, and among.
With reference to space or place; as, he lives in Boston; he traveled in Italy; castles in the air.
With reference to circumstances or conditions; as, he is in difficulties; she stood in a blaze of light.
With reference to a whole which includes or comprises the part spoken of; as, the first in his family; the first regiment in the army.
With reference to physical surrounding, personal states, etc., abstractly denoted; as, I am in doubt; the room is in darkness; to live in fear.
With reference to character, reach, scope, or influence considered as establishing a limitation; as, to be in one's favor.
With reference to movement or tendency toward a certain limit or environment; sometimes equivalent to into; as, to put seed in the ground; to fall in love; to end in death; to put our trust in God.
With reference to a limit of time; as, in an hour; it happened in the last century; in all my life.
Not out; within; inside.
In, the preposition, becomes an adverb by omission of its object, leaving it as the representative of an adverbial phrase, the context indicating what the omitted object is; as, he takes in the situation ; the Republicans were in ; in at one ear and out at the other ; his side was in ; he came in.
With privilege or possession; used to denote a holding, possession, or seisin; as, in by descent; in by purchase; in of the seisin of her husband.
One who is in office; the opposite of out.
To inclose; to take in; to harvest.
A hypothetical compound, C2H2N4 which may be regarded as benzene with four CH groups replaced by nitrogen atoms; also, any of various derivatives of the same.
There are three isomeric varieties. currently fashionable; 'the in thing to do'; 'large shoulder pads are in' inside an enclosed space to or toward the inside of; 'come in'; 'smash in the door'.
a unit of length equal to one twelfth of a foot. a rare soft silvery metallic element; occurs in small quantities in sphalerite. a state in midwestern United States. to or toward the inside of; 'come in'; 'smash in the door'. inside an enclosed space. holding office; 'the in party'. directed or bound inward; 'took the in bus'; 'the in basket'. currently fashionable; 'the in thing to do'; 'large shoulder pads are in'.
A term for being an active player; one who has not folded.
Intelligent Network. intelligent network.
Intelligent Network - A sophisticated network capable of recognizing the profile of its users or subscribers Carriers offering advanced services will increasingly offer IN services, particularly as the boundary between fixed and mobile networks becomes blurred.
Intelligent Network, A capability with well developed network infrastructure in a telecom network environment allowing new services such as free phones or televoting to be developed quickly and introduced on any scale, from a local trial to network-wide. stitutional control: Control of a waste site by an authority or institution designated under the laws of a country This control may be active or passive and may be a factor in the design of a nuclear facility.
Industrial Nucleonics Multics customer 1977-1991, located in Columbus, OH Produced industrial process controllers and measurement instrumentation such as thickness gauges Used Multics as a software factory for Level 6 minicomputers Later called AcuRay Corporation, then bought by ASEA Brown Boveri.
A 1-bit field that contains either a 1 for IN or a 0 for OUT in the proposed DiffServ standard A field marked with a 1 for IN indicates that this packet is worthy of a higher level of service within whatever share of router resources are associated with a particular PHB. the last nine holes of an eighteen hole golf course Example: He had 40 going out and 40 coming in for a total score of 80. pharmaceutical abbreviation, intranasal.
Intelligent Network - the capability in a public telecom network that allows new services to be developed quickly and introduced on any scale IOS Interoperability Standard The standard used to define open interfaces in cdmaOne and cdma2000 networks IP Internet Protocol - data protocol used in the Internet IS-136 The standard behind TDMA networks Ipv4 Internet Protocol version four - the version of IP most commonly deployed today Ipv6 Internet Protocol version six - which will, among other things, add significantly to the address capacity, security and real-time capability of IP IPSec One of the most widely used IP tunneling security protocols.
Descriptive of a good shot that lands in the opponent's court.
At T-intersection when stops cannot be listed as farside or nearside. is used in GEMIS as the acronym for industry.
Chemical symbol for Indium.
The last nine holes of an 18 hole course. , prep with acc , into, on to, towards, against; of time, until; 'in omne tempus', for ever; 'in diem vivere', to live for the moment; of tendency or purpose, for; in adverbial phrases, indicating manner or extent: 'in universum', in general; 'in vicem', 'in vices', in turn with abl , in, on, among; of time, in, at, within; of a person, in relation to, in the case of. the last nine holes of an eighteen hole golf course Example: 'He had 43 going out and 40 coming in for a total score of 83 '. the present style, what's 'in'.
Convergent Motion Toward a Common Center.
INCENTIVES FOR EMPLOYEES TO LIVE CLOSE - Employer sponsors a program to encourage employees to live close to the employer work site. , prep w acc or dat , in, into, on, for.
go-go , in , into , on.
deliberately. out of obstinacy/spite.
belief. faith. confidence. religion. affiance. conscience. conviction. credence. credo. creed. cult. dogma. faithfulness. opinion. persuasion. positiveness. reliance. tenet. opinions.
belief. faith. confidence. religion. affiance. conscience. conviction. credence. credo. creed. cult. dogma. faithfulness. opinion. persuasion. positiveness. reliance. tenet. opinions. credit.
confidence. trust. assurance. belief. conviction. faith. idea. persuasion.
lack of faith. unbelief.
assure. convince. lead. persuade. satisfy. sell. to persuade. to convince.
to convince. to persuade. reason with.
convincing. persuasive. evidential. evidentiary. cogent. colorable. conclusive. credible. demonstrative. likely. potent. vivid.
cogent. convincing. persuasive. plausible.
convincing. persuasive. plausible.
give credence to. believe. trust. rely. credit. put faith in. esteem. buy. swallow. deem. be persuaded that. be sold on.
attribute. believe. buy. credit. embrace. feel. figure. hold. suppose. swallow. trust.
to believe sth. to believe sb. to count on sb's veracity. to have faith in God. accredit. believe. buy. depend on / upon. give credit for. hold. lippen. to take in stock. trust.
unbelievable. incredible. beyond belief. unreliable. inconceivable. fabulous. fantastic. fantastical. implausible. steep. stiff. unheard-of.
fabulous. fantastic. improbable. inconceivable. incredible. unbelievable. unthinkable.
incredible. unbelievable. implausible. inconceivable. mind boggling. phenomenal.
authoritative. believable. credible.
intransigent. obstinacy. stubbornness. persistence. pertinacity. contumacy. doggedness. spite. tenacity. waywardness.
persistence. tenacity. obstinacy. stubbornness. obstinate. persistent. stubborn.
obstinacy. stubbornness. determination. persistence.
stubborn. obstinate. stiff-necked. heady. inflexible. difficult. set. balky. cantankerous. contrary. contumacious. cussed. die-hard. dogged. dour. fractious. froward. hard-bitten. hard-headed. hard-mouthed. headstrong. indocile. insistent. intractabl.
stubborn. obstinate. stiff-necked. heady. inflexible. difficult. set. balky. cantankerous. contrary. contumacious. cussed. die-hard. dogged. dour. fractious. froward. hard-bitten. hard-headed. hard-mouthed. headstrong. indocile. insistent. intractabl. adamant. indomitable. obdurate. persistent. pertinacious. perverse. pigheaded. recalcitrant. refractory. restive. tenacious. wilful.
obstinate. stubborn. obdurate. bullheaded. pigheaded. bull headed. contumacious. cussed. decided. difficult. dogged. hard. headstrong. inflexible. one- track mind. opinionated. persistent. pertinacious. recalcitrant. refractory. self-opionionated. stiff.
stubbornness. obstinacy. obduracy. stiffness. contrariness. cussedness. dourness. hardness. indocility. intractability. intransigence. mulishness. stiff neck. perversity. recalcitrance. refractoriness. restiveness. self-will. stickiness. toughness. w.
obstinacy. stubbornness. pertinacity. persistence.
obstinacy. obduracy. stuborness. contumaciousness contumacy. recalcitrance. self-will. tenacity. wilful willful disobedience.
kindness. benevolence. grace of God. blessing. charisma. grace.
thin. fine. slender. slim. delicate. fragile. refined. attenuate. brittle. civilized. courteous. dainty. graceful. gracile. gracious. keen. lean. nice. polite. precision. scarious. sharp. subtile. subtle. sylphish. sylphlike. sylphy. tenuous. urbane.
attentive. bland. chivalrous. courteous. dainty. decent. delicate. diplomatic. elegant. exquisite. filmy. fine. genteel. gentle. gracious. grand. kind. nice. refined. slender. slight. subtle. sugary. thin. tricky. willowy. slim. graceful. sensitive. finely.
delicate. fine. refined. slim. small. subtle. slender. in small pieces. intricate. graceful. sensitive. high-pitched. dainty. acetate. chiffon. civilized. cling film. cultivated. diplomatic. exquisite. flimsy. fragile. nice. papery. precarious. se.
observing. compendium. examination. study. research. survey. surveying. analysis. anatomy. checkover. checkup. dissection. inquisition. investigation. perusal. sifting.
breakdown. check. observation. shakedown. study. survey. examination. investigation. exploration. research. scrutiny.
examination. investigation. analysis. canvass. dissertation. inspection. memoir. observation. scrutiny. sifting. study. thesis. verification. vetting.
examine. investigate. search. go into. dig. dig out. analyse. analyze. audit. check over. con. construe. dissect. examine into. look into. look through. observe. peruse. research. research into. scan. study. make a study of. survey. twig. vet. view.
check. examine. inspect. observe. peruse. research. scrutinize. study. survey. suss. view. to examine. to scrutinize. to observe. to inspect. to look into. to look over. to look through. to go over sth. to investigate. to explore. to study.
to examine sth in detail. to go into a matter carefully. to analyze. abstract. analyse. canvass. check. investigate. look over. to take or have a look and see. peruse. probe. reconnoitre. research. run the tape over. study. view. weigh.
thinness. fineness. slimness. refinement. finesse. delicacy. tact. subtility. touch. politeness. civility. courtesy. daintiness. discretion. elaborateness. fragility. grace. gracefulness. keenness. niceness. nicety. point. polish. slenderness. slight.
chivalry. civility. courtesy. decency. delicacy. elegance. finesse. kindness. polish. refinement. subtlety. trick. thinness. slimness. detail.
slim. thin. to thin. to become thin/fine. to be refined. to slim. to lose weight.
to become thin. to try to appear refined. to reduce. to lose weight. fine down. refine. slim.
taper. thin. to make thin. to thin.
to make sth thin. to thin. attenuate. rarefy. slim.
shank. shin. shinbone.
be hurt. be injured. hurt. be cut up. gall.
hurt. smart. to be hurt. to be injured. to be bruised. to be sprained. to be offended.
to be hurt. to be injured. to be strained. to be offended by. cut up.
fig. fig tree.
exceptionable. hurtful. indelicate.
hurt. offend. harm. touch. injure. wound. aggrieve. cut. cut up. gall. hurt deeply. mortify. pique. rive. scarify. scathe. scotch. sting. strain.
cut. harm. hurt. injure. pain. pique. to hurt. to injure. to strain. to offend. to cut. to pique. to tread on sb's corns. to tread on sb's toes.
to hurt. to injure. to strain. to offend. aggrieve. cut. harm. pique. rick. to tread on sb's toes. wound.
discount. price cut. reduction. cut. allowance. abatement. allowance for cash. deduction. degression. offtake. price cutting. purchase discount. rebate.
cut. cutback. discount. rebate. reduction. sale. cutback tenzilat. ıskonto. sales.
rebate. allowance. abatement. discount. reduction.
lowering. setdown. degradation. relegation. curtailment. landing.
deduction. reduction. lowering.
bringing down. lowering. launching. cutoff. deducting. degradation. diminution. reducing. reduction.
lower. set down. take down. put down. bring down. reduce. cut. degrade. bash. cast down. clip. clout. clump. dismount. draw down. drop off. dump. land. lay low. let down. lift down. plant. relegate. send down. strike. take from. take off.
deduct. dip. lower. reduce. shutter. to lower. to bring down. to reduce. to deduct. to bring sth down. to mark sth down. to let sb down. to bring sth down. to land. to give to deal. to unload. to break.
to lower. to take down. to bring down. to get down. to reduce. to land. to deliver. to wreck. to destroy. abate. clip. couch. diminish. draw down. let down. put down. retrench. set down. take off.
cow. grind. swot.
cow. overly hardworking student. grind. swot. udder.
to study hard. to grind. bone up. swot. swot up.
blowup. burst. burst-up. detonation. explosion. fulmination.
explosion. blast. detonation. burst.
explosion. blast. detonation. fire insurance.
deflection. deviation. declination. decline. deflect. departure.
descent. decline. fall. decadence. downfall.
groan. howl. moan. whimper.
moaning. groaning. groan. howl. moan. whimper.
declivity. descent. dip. drop. landing. touchdown.
decline. descent. dip. drop.
descent. landing. downward slope. declivity. leading line.
sloping downwards. having declivities.
contradict. deny. disown. negate. repudiate.
curse. malediction. refraction.
revolution devrim. transformation dönüşüm.
howl. howling. lament. moan. wail.
moan. groan. wail. howl. whimper. grizzle. sough. yammer.
groan. howl. moan. resound. whimper. to moan. to groan. to whimper. to resound.
to moan. to groan. howl. lament. sough. wail. whimper. whine.
paralysis. descent. going down. stroke. ebb tide. apoplexy. descended. diminution. apoplectic fit. palsy. shock.
go down. come down. alight. climb down. descend. fall. get off. step down. step out. decrease. sink. dismount. ease off. fall away. light. step off. subside into. take off.
alight. dip. fall. to go down. to come down. to climb down. to descend. to get off. to get out of. to alight. to dismount. to go down. to reduce. to land. to attack. to strike.
to go down. to come down. to descend. to get off. to get out of. to dismount. to land at. to put up at. to move down to. to recede. to diminish. to decrease. to die down.
fairness. reason. mercy.
justice tempered by mercy. fairness. reason.
square. just. fair. equitable.
equitable. just. fair. conscientious. fair and square.
inhumane. ruthless. unfeeling. unmerciful. merciless. cruel. unfair. unjust. unreasonable.
cruel. unfair. ferocious. harsh. inequitable. merciless. relentless. ruthless. truculent. unconscionable. wrongful.
pitilessly. unjustly. cruelly.
cruelty. mercilessness. unfairness. inequity. injustice.
hominid. human. anthropo-. human being. human. man. hominid. humanity. microcosm. mortal. naked ape. spirit. wight. born of woman. lords of creation.
bird. character. human. individual. man. mortal. one. person. human being. humane.
human being. man. person. decent person. beggar. homo sapiens. humanity. fellow man. mortal. wight.
humanity. mankind. human kind. humaneness. kindness. being human.
humane. kind. benevolent.
human beings. humanity. mankind. people. folk. folks. cattle. they.
folk. people. they.
humanity. mankind. humankind. human. the species. our species. mortality. flesh. flesh and blood. the human race. lords of creation.
humanity. man. mankind.
humanity. mankind. humaneness. kindness. manhood.
human being. mankind. humankind. the human race. human. mortality.
human being. men. earth born. fellow human. flesh. humankind. microcosm. ordinary mortal.
coherence. consistency. harmony.
impression. feeling izlenim.
impression. feeling. imprint.
adjustment. adaptation. accommodation izlenim.
accomodation. adjustment. adaptation. conformation. suitability. matching.
lack of adjustment.
suicide. suicide. selfdestruction. autocide.
suicide. self-destruction. self-murder. self-slaughter.
transmission. transition. succession.
transition. passing. passage. change of place. understanding. comprehension. transfer inheritance.
transition. change of place. passing. passage. understanding. group. comprehension. inferring. inference. transfer. transfer of title. demise. devolution. legal succession. piracy.
revenge. payoff. vengeance. vindication. retribution. nemesis.
revenge. vengeance. reprisal.
neatness. regularity. order. orderliness. regulation. system. trim.
disorderly. irregular. untidy. halting. wayward.
disorder. untidiness. lack of rules or a plan. disarray. disorderliness. litter.
expectation. curse. cursing.
discipline sıkıdüzen. military police.
retreat. seclusion. becoming a hermit.
retirement. seclusion. making a retreat. reclusion.
construction. building. fabric.
construction. erection. building.
build. construct. erect. found. raise. rear.
to build. to construct. erect. rear. upbuild.
constructional. constructive. construction. structures. building. architecture.
building. construction. constructions. buildings. constructing.
construction. building. building under construction. structure.
builder. constructor. building contractor.
builder. contractor. construction foreman. constructor.
bible. new testament. gospel. evangel. good book. holy writ. sacred writ.
english. englishman. english woman. britisher. englander. brit. john bull. gringo. anglo-.
english. in english. english.
the English language.
dogmatic. dogmatic dogmatik.
believing. assured. confident. religious. conscious. reliant. believer.
unbelieving. sceptical. heathenish. unbeliever.
faithless. unbelieving. sceptical.
to be convinced of sth.
belief. trust. confidence. credit. conviction.
to believe sb / sth.
to be stubborn. stand.
to be obstinate with each other.
to behave stubbornly towards each other. to behave stubbornly towards sb.
fine. slender. stringy. very slender. very thin. very fine. finely. minutely.
elaborate. finely. minutely.
to have sth examined carefully to have sth studied in detail.
thinner. thinner tiner.
lily of the valley.
according to. in the presence of.
in one's opinion. according to. in the presence of. before. in comparison to.
boil down to.
reduced. cut-rate. cut. deductible. at a discount.
reduced. at a discount. cut-price. cut-rate.
reduced. marked down in price. discount price.
clearance / cheap sale.
execution. carrying out.
to explode. to burst. detonate.
computer science , computer sciences , informatics , information science , information technology.
Is a file extension for a client/script.
A Model File, with extension ini, that specifies initial values for Variables See also Harness and Params.
Short for initialization, INI usually hangs on the end of files that contain special system settings They're for the computer to mess with, not users.
A file extension for files that contain basic information that a program uses when it is executed.
Initialization File - Batch-file with information for a program to run in a particular manner and all the paths to additional tools. we two. for initialization files.
pulled down. lowered. deflated. flat.
setting up. meeting. concluding.
descent and ascent. rise and fall. fluctuation.
to cause to groan. to make resound. to oppress. to persecute.
to cause sb to groan. to make sb suffer.
human nature. human nature is just that way.
humanly. decently. with regard to human life. with regard to human life.
humane. humanistic. humanitarian. philanthropist. philanthropic. philanthropical. humanist.
human. humane. humanist.
humanistic. domestic. caring. humane. humanitarian.
human. humane. humanely. kindly. humanitarian.
incoherent. inconsistent. discursive.
bringing to a conclusion.
to result in. to lead to. to conclude. to settle up. entail.
1 Of or pertaining to an integer. an upcoming multiwavelength mission from the European Space Agency; scheduled for launch in 2002, it will carry coaligned gamma-ray, X-ray and optical telescopes. -the sum over all parts.
Control action that automatically eliminates offset, or droop, between set point and actual process temperature See reset, automatic.
an antiviral protein produced by cells that have been invaded by a virus; inhibits replication of the virus.
A protein produced naturally by the cells of our bodies It increases the resistance of surrounding cells to attacks by viruses One type of interferon, alpha interferon, is effective against certain types of cancer Others may prove effective in treating autoimmune diseases. a protein produced in organisms infected by viruses, and effective at protecting those organisms from other virus infections Interferons exert virus-nonspecific but host-specific antiviral activity by inducing the transcription of cellular genes coding for antiviral proteins that selectively inhibit the synthesis of viral DNA and proteins Interferons also have immunoregulatory functions Production of interferon can be stimulated by viral infection, especially by the presence of double stranded RNA, by intracellular parasites, by protozoa, and by bacteria and bacterial products Interferons have been divided into three distinct types associated with specific producer cells and functions, but all animal cells are capable of producing interferons, and certain producer cells produce more than one type.
A protein that is produced by the body to protect against infection Many different cells including liver cells produce natural interferon Interferon also can be manufactured artificially through biotechnology for the treatment of chronic hepatitis B and C. a class of protein produced in miniscule amounts by infected cells that appear to boost the immune system and its ability to fight cancer. one of a family of some 20 cytokines that play a role in immune response.
A protein liberated by cells following exposure to viruses and other microorganisms Interferons induce protein synthesis inhibitors that block translation of viral mRNA. a group of proteins released by white blood cells that combat a virus. n Any of a family of glycoproteins derived from human cells that normally has a role in fighting viral infections by preventing virus multiplication in cells.
A protein produced by the immune system in response to attack by a virus that helps protect other healthy cells from attack.
A family of small proteins that stimulate viral resistance in cells.
Any of a family of glycoproteins that exhibit virus-nonspecific but host-specific antiviral activity by inducing the transcription of cellular genes coding for anti-viral proteins that selectively inhibit the synthesis of viral RNA and proteins The first effective biologic response modifier.
A protein produced by various cells in the body Large quantities of different interferons may be produced in the laboratory These proteins are used in the treatment of some forms of cancer Interferon is a type of biological response modifier.
The name given to a group of proteins that the body produces naturally in response to viral infections and other stimuli Interferon increases the activity of natural killer cells.
A general term used to describe a family of 20-25 proteins that cause a cell to become resistant to a wide variety of viruses They are produced by cells infected by almost any virus.
A naturally occurring class of proteins used to simulate the immune system to fight hepatitis and certain forms of cancer When used to fight hepatitis C, individual responses to treatment may be divided into three broad categories: sustained responders who rid the virus from their blood and have their serum liver enzymes return to normal even six months after therapy is stopped; nonresponders, who do not show a disappearance of viral RNA levels from the blood and do not have their serum liver enzymes return to normal; and partial responders, who drop their viral levels and liver enzymes on treatment but fail to maintain these successes once treatment is discontinued. a glycoprotein produced by cell s which mobilise the T lymphocytes to inhibit viruses and the growth of cancer cells. a biological response modifier that stimulates the growth of certain disease-fighting blood cells in the immune system.
Substances produced by the body mainly to control its reaction to viruses and to act on the immune system There are different sorts of interferons - alpha, beta and gamma Beta-interferon is now being used to reduce the number of relapses in MS. - A class of small glycoproteins that exert antiviral activity at least in homologous cells.
A cytokine which is produced normally in response to a viral infection Produced by genetic engineering techniques, synthetic interferon is given as treatment for Myeloma It is used primarily as maintenance therapy in the plateau phase to block any re-growth of Myeloma and thus delays or prevents relapse.
Protein produced by cells that induces immunity to viral infection Various types of this substance are used in cancer treatment.
A group of immune system proteins, produced and released by cells infected by a virus.
Most often describes an instrumental piece played in the middle of an opera Can also describe a short piano piece, or a comic interlude played between scenes of an opera. its meaning has developed over the centuries During the Renaissance, it described light theatrical sketches inserted between the acts of comedies In the 18th century, the term came to mean comic interludes that were sung between the acts or scene changes of an opera Its meaning in the 19th century came to include single movement concert pieces, usually for piano. 'in the middle', either a short concert piece to be performed between two major works or an instrumental piece in an opera.
Short, lyric piece or movement, often for piano Also a comic interlude performed between acts of an eighteenth-century opera seria. 1 A short, lyrical instrumental piece either part of a larger work or as an independent composition 2 Comical musical entertainment played between the acts of an opera during the 18th century.
Two meanings: A short comic opera, usually with just two or three characters and lasting less than a half hour. a short movement coming between the major sections of a symphony. a short piece of instrumental music composed for performance between acts of a drama or opera. a brief show performed between the sections of another performance.
the basic unit of money in Peru.
to adjust oneself to. to conform to. adjust oneself.
benefit. advantage. gain. beneficial ownership. ususfructus.
right of usufruct. usufruct right. usus fructus. beneficial interest. usufructuary right. right of common. access. beneficial service. legal usufruct. right to enjoyment of a property. tenancy. use.
an uprising by Palestinian Arabs against Israel in the late 1980s and again in 2000; 'the first intifada ended when Israel granted limited autonomy to the Palestine National Authority in 1993'.
vengeful. revengeful. revenger.
joining. affiliation. membership.
to become a member of. to gain. to become affiliated with (a group , family , organization.
orderly. regular. tidy.
diffusion. publication. dissemination. evolution.
building. the construction business.
the construction business. trade. fixed construction. building line. building trade.
God willing. if God wills.
I hope so.
I hope that. if nothing unforeseen happens. hopefully.
english. england. great britain. albion. blighty. john bull.
The vast collection of inter-connected networks that all use the TCP/IP protocols and that evolved from the ARPANET of the late 60's and early 70's The Internet now connects roughly 60,000 independent networks into a vast global internet See Also: internet.
A worldwide network of computer networks It is an interconnection of large and small networks around the globe The Internet began in 1962 as a computer network for the U S military and over time has grown into a global communication tool of many thousands of computer networks that share a common addressing scheme Unlike online services, which are centrally controlled, the Internet is decentralized by design Each Internet computer, called a host, is independent Its operators can choose which Internet services to use and which local services to make available to the global Internet community Remarkably, this anarchy by design works exceedingly well There are a variety of ways to access the Internet Most online services, such as America Online, offer access to some Internet services It is also possible to gain access through a commercial Internet Service Provider Webopedia.
A global network of networks connecting many millions of computers Currently, the Internet has more than 30 million users world wide, and that number is growing rapidly More than 100 countries are linked into exchanges of data, news and opinions on Web servers Unlike online services, which are centrally controlled, the Internet is decentralised by design Each Internet computer, called a host, is independent Its operators can choose which Internet services to provide to its local users and which local services to make available to the global Internet community Remarkably, this anarchy by design works exceedingly well. 1 The 'Internet' is a multiprotocol 'internet ' It is a three-level hierarchy composed of backbone networks , mid-level networks, and stub networks [San Diego State University] 2 Unlike online services, which are centrally controlled, the Internet is decentralized by design Each Internet computer is independent Its operators can choose which Internet services to use and which local services to make available to the global Internet community [Webopedia].
A 'network of networks' linking millions of computers worldwide for communications purposes The Internet was originally developed in 1969 for the U S military and gradually grew to include educational and research institutions Today commercial industries, corporations, and residential users all communicate using the Internet The World Wide Web is a collection of interactive documents accessible via the Internet.
The vast collection of inter-connected networks that all use the TCP/IP protocols and that evolved from the ARPANET of the late 60's and early 70's The Internet now connects roughly 75,000 independent networks into a vast global network See Also: Internet , Network , TCP/IP.
An internet is a network of other networks, so the function of an internet is to move information from one LAN, for example, to another LAN that may be geographically distant 'The Internet' usually refers to a global network of networks that uses the TCP/IP protocol suite to support a number of applications for information sharing and retrieval including the World Wide Web and Gopher.
A network of many computers connected via telecommunication networks The computers communicate using a set of protocols called TCP/IP.
The vast collection of inter-connected networks that all use the TCP/IP protocols and that evolved from the ARPANET of the late 60's and early 70's The Internet now connects roughly 60,000 independent networks into a vast global internet.
The network of computer networks that allows for transfer of data from one computer to another using common protocols As the Internet has grown more popular, research universities and the federal government are cooperating to create Internet2 for faster data transfer among a select group of computer networks.
A collection of networks interconnected by a set of routers which allow them to function as a single, large virtual network 'The Internet' The largest internet in the world, consisting of large national backbone nets and a myriad of regional and local campus networks all over the world The Internet uses the Internet protocol suite To be on the Internet you must have IP connectivity, i e , be able to Telnet to-or ping-other systems Networks with only email connectivity are not actually classified as being on the Internet.
Any time you connect 2 or more networks together, you have an internet - as in inter-national or inter-state See also: Internet , Network.
The interconnection of computers across the world that evolved from the ARPAnet The Internet is made up of many networks - including the Interoute IP network - each run by a different company and interconnected at peering points The common use of IP and Internet standards allows users connected to one network to communicate with users on another network.
The Internet is a super-network It connects many smaller networks together and allows all the computers to exchange information with each other To accomplish this all the computers on the Internet have to use a common set of rules for communication Those rules are called protocols, and the Internet uses a set of protocols called TCP/IP Many people equate the World Wide Web with the Internet In fact, the Internet is like the highway, and the World Wide Web is like a truck that uses that highway to get from place to place.
The interconnected network of networks that is sometimes referred to as the Information Superhighway The Internet is a loosely organized series of computer networks where no one network or computer is essential to the operation of the whole.
A worldwide system of interconnected networks and computers.
An international consortium of wide area networks that operate using a standard set of addresses allowing machine-to-machine connectivity on a global scale The Internet is an outgrowth of a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency research project in the early 1970s to provide connectivity between scientists running computer simulations in different locations Additional regional, private, and public networks have joined the Internet over time At this point there are over two million computers that now have direct access to the resources on the Internet ESRI operates a discussion group on the Internet called ESRI-L ESRI-L is open to the general public and is available to any Internet subscriber It was established to give ArcInfo users a way to exchange technical questions and information. 1 A network of many networks that interconnect worldwide and use the Internet Protocol See the Internet FAQ 2 An internet describes more than one local network interconnected by bridges or routers See intranet and extranet.
A global network of computers. a computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange.
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