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  • ..., invest some time, and then have the policy changed under them. Thanks, [[User:Brian P. Long|Brian P. Long]] 20:03, 22 April 2008 (CDT) : Good points. I'll update this soon to take them into account. [[User:J. Noel Chiappa|J. Noel Chiappa]] 22:30, 22 April 2008 (CDT)
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  • called assassination, as she did not "pass away" as the text implies. [[User:Martin Baldwin-Edwards|Martin Baldwin-Edwards]] 12:40, 31 December 2007 (CS :I swear, I haven't drunk a single drop yet. --[[User:Robert W King|Robert W King]] 12:44, 31 December 2007 (CST)
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  • ...lic) behind that decision. That helps in interpreting existing policy. --[[User:Daniel Mietchen|Daniel Mietchen]] 03:35, 17 April 2011 (UTC) ...of our many motions ... and we have no one available for such a task. - [[User:Milton Beychok|Milton Beychok]] 05:40, 17 April 2011 (UTC)
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  • ...owever, are everywhere in the physical space occupied by the user, but the user is unaware of them. A very basic use of ubiquitous computing, for example, ...displays to wall sized). This has required new work in operating systems, user interfaces, networks, wireless, displays, and many other areas. We call our
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  • ...minated who. But not have personal alliances public I think is better. [[User:Russell D. Jones|Russell D. Jones]] 13:46, 19 August 2009 (UTC) ...akes. That can easily be done by checking the edit history, however. --[[User:Joe Quick|Joe Quick]] 13:45, 20 August 2009 (UTC)
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  • ...placed on a separate [[disk]] or [[disk partition]] in case the main drive failed. :* '''/usr''' -- originally the directory holding user home directories, its use has changed, and it now holds executables, librar
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  • A '''dictionary attack''' is an attack on a [[password]] or other [[user authentication]] system where the system being attacked stores an encrypted ...of movie, TV or comic book characters, cities, and so on. This catches the user who imagines that "Gandalf" or "Isphahan" is obscure enough to be a good pa
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  • ...his page is defunct--it was an experiment that failed. Please ignore. --[[User:Larry Sanger|Larry Sanger]] 05:19, 10 August 2007 (CDT)''''' ...latter on hold, however, until after we have concluded our pilot/test. [[User talk:Larry Sanger|Write the Editor-in-Chief]] if you really want an article
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  • ...was lost, the concentrator automatically restored the ring, bypassing the failed device.
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  • | ui = [[Aqua (user interface)|Aqua]] ...he original [[Mac OS]] with its [[Aqua (user interface)|Aqua]] [[graphical user interface]] and [[Cocoa (API)|Cocoa]] [[API]], based on technologies of the
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  • ...ey from that pair can decrypt. One key from a pair can be published as the user's '''public key'''; the other becomes his or her '''private key''', and mus ...least common multiple. About half of the signatures generated with PGPnet failed to verify on FreeS/WAN. Several users, both implementers, and some managers
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  • ...whereas relay computers like the (slower, but earlier) [[Harvard Mark I]] failed very rarely {{Ref harvard|weik1961|Weik 1961:238|b}}. In the end, tube bas | title = LSI-11, PDP-11/03 user's manual
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  • ...very time a page is loaded in a web browser. In the following example, the user has entered the [[URL]] ''<nowiki></nowiki>'' in a browse User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Linux i686) ''I am Mozilla 5.0, running on i686 Linu
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  • ...phy|biographies]]. Probably gonna jump the gun on '''Olympics''', too. [[User:Aleta Curry|Aleta Curry]] 03:49, 11 May 2008 (CDT) ...No ''American'' fair I've ever attended has failed to have one of those![[User:Pat Palmer|Pat Palmer]] 21:30, 7 May 2008 (CDT)
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  • that there be feedback to an Author, either a notice that something has failed along the way, or a confirmation that the message was displayed on the Reci | Mail User Agent; a program such as [[Mozilla Thunderbird]], [[Microsoft Outlook]] or
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  • ...normal keyboard, and a custom version of [[Linux]] with a simplified [[GUI|user interface]] geared towards netbook use.<ref name="PCMag2">{{cite web | titl ...demark 75215401 and European Community trademark 000428250) but the models failed to gain popularity<ref>[
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  • runners, integrated development environments, and bindings to graphical user interface toolkits written in other languages. These include attempts (sup ...istoric note, Pascal (a once very promising programming language) may have failed to achieve immortality due the inability of programmers to make calls to th
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  • ...e top page are more likely to be chosen, thereby increasing chances that a user will click on a particular web site. This increase a web site's effectivene ...attracts the wrong customers, or attracts irrelevant customers, or when a user finds only clutter instead of the specific information desired. This dimini
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  • ...mented on the mail relays (MTA) without the need to interfere with the end user mail programs (MUA). ** Cryptography is secure on small scale use and within closed user groups only. There are about a billion of internet users world wide and mil
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  • ...mera, optimizing the viewing angle for each area yet allowing for complete user control. However, maneuvering a video game character in 3D space presents a ...''Mario 64'', implicit but official acknowledgment that ''Mario Sunshine'' failed to meet the series's high standards.<ref name="reggiequote1">Welsh, Oli. (2
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