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AUSTRIAN BIATHLETES
LEWIS SHERIDAN LEARY
AIR RAID PROTECTION
MASSIVE GERMAN AIR RAID
PKK FORCES
DEVASTATING RAID
GARRISON TOWN
DEMETRIUS
SPANISH SHIPPING
ALBANS RAID
SPECTACULAR RAID
DUAL PROCESSORS
PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC
UNSUCCESSFUL RAID
AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS
FIRST RAID
CA 516
SUCCESSFUL RAID
MONGOL RAID
AIR RAID SHELTER
AIR RAID SHELTERS
DARING RAID
BOMBING RAID
AIR RAID
UPRISING
PLANNING
GALLIPOLI
VICTORIA
PLUNDER
PLOT
APRIL
SHOT
CLEOMENES
AFTERMATH
TENSIONS
THRACE
COLOGNE
JULY 1943
KANDAHAR
KIEV
SALADIN
DRESDEN
WORLD WAR
ROCKETS
SILESIA
SAVOY
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. RAID (redundant array of independent disks) is a way of storing the same data in different places (thus, redundantly) on multiple hard disks.
  2. RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) is a method of disk configuration that will assist in this goal.
  3. RAID is an example of a hardware device that provides fault tolerance.
  4. A raid was done followed a complaint by Shaukat Ali, a resident of East Delhi, that one of his kidneys had been removed without his consent. (Web site)
  5. RAID is generally used on network servers. (Web site)

Austrian Biathletes

  1. One of the two Austrian biathletes who left Turin after the raid told a local news agency he fled because he was afraid Italy would jail him. (Web site)

Lewis Sheridan Leary

  1. A memorial service was held in Oberlin for Copeland, Green, and Lewis Sheridan Leary, who died during the raid, on December 25, 1859.

Air Raid Protection

  1. Railway arches and subways, too, were being utilised in the UK for air raid protection at all times during World War II.

Massive German Air Raid

  1. Coventry suffered severe bomb damage during World War II, most notoriously from a massive German air raid (the " Coventry Blitz ") on 14 November 1940.

Pkk Forces

  1. July 5, 1993: In a raid against the Basbaglar village of Erzincan province, PKK forces executed thirty persons and burned fifty-seven houses. (Web site)

Devastating Raid

  1. During World War II, he served his country as a fearless and innovative air warrior, organizing and leading the devastating raid against Japan. (Web site)

Garrison Town

  1. Improved fortifications After the raid Hammerfest became a garrison town with some regular troops and much improved and expanded fortifications. (Web site)

Demetrius

  1. Earlier authors such as Tarn have suggested that the raid on Pataliputra was made by Demetrius.

Spanish Shipping

  1. Mary Rose — sank in 1545 off Portsmouth Golden Hind — flagship of Sir Francis Drake 's circumnavigation and raid on Spanish shipping.

Albans Raid

  1. The northernmost land action of the American Civil War took place in Vermont on October 19, 1864, in what is known as the St. Albans Raid. (Web site)

Spectacular Raid

  1. In the wars of 1151–1153 and 1163–1168 Manuel led his troops into Hungary and a spectacular raid deep into enemy territory yielded substantial war booty. (Web site)

Dual Processors

  1. It's unlikely any of these benefits (RAID, SCSI, hot swap, dual processors, dual power supplies) are going to be found in a 29 a month dedicated server. (Web site)

President Jacques Chirac

  1. In 1995, president Jacques Chirac recognized the responsibility of the French state for this raid.
  2. On July 16, 1995, president Jacques Chirac officially apologized for the participation of French police forces in the July 1942 raid.

Unsuccessful Raid

  1. In 1895-96, L. S. Jameson staged an unsuccessful raid from Cape Colony into the Transvaal, which greatly increased tension between Britons and Boers. (Web site)

Air Raid Precautions

  1. Air Raid Precautions (ARP) was an organization in the United Kingdom dedicated to the protection of civilians from the danger of air-raids.

First Raid

  1. In 1965, Fatah launched its first raid against Israel; the PLO’s willingness to fight drew more supporters toward it. (Web site)

Ca 516

  1. The poem is a work of fiction, but it mentions a historic event, the raid by king Hygelac into Frisia, ca 516. (Web site)

Successful Raid

  1. March 4 – World War II: British Commandos carry out a successful raid on the Lofoten Islands off the north coast of Norway.

Mongol Raid

  1. In the winter of 1265 Nogai Khan led a Mongol raid of two tumens (20,000 soldiers) against the territories of Bulgaria and Byzantine Eastern Thrace.
  2. In the winter of 1265 Nogai led a Mongol raid on Byzantine Thrace with his vassal Balkan bulgars. (Web site)

Air Raid Shelter

  1. Located 33 meters beneath the surface, the station became famous during World War II when an air raid shelter was located in the station. (Web site)

Air Raid Shelters

  1. During World War II these tunnels were used as air raid shelters and there are inscriptions in the walls which depict the suffering endured during that time. (Web site)

Daring Raid

  1. Forts were built all along the coast following a daring raid by the Dutch navy on the shipyards of the Medway towns in 1667.
  2. However, in June, 1667 Dutch Admirals Michael de Ruyter and Cornelis de Witt masterminded a daring raid up the Thames estuary.

Bombing Raid

  1. Following each bombing raid, Hitler Youths assisted in neighborhood cleanup and helped relocate bombed out civilians. (Web site)
  2. It was partly destroyed in a bombing raid in World War II (1942), and later reconstructed.
  3. Northern Ireland, as part of the United Kingdom, was not neutral during the Second World War and Belfast suffered a bombing raid in 1941. (Web site)

Air Raid

  1. The air raid was called in after troops received intelligence about a Taliban meeting in the area, spokesman Mastak Khan told AFP. (Web site)
  2. The flag (or rather ensign) was lost in war in 1427 and hung in the Marienkirche in Lbeck, where it was destroyed in an air raid in WWII. (Web site)

Uprising

  1. In Dec., 1895, Leander Starr Jameson staged a raid into the Transvaal that was intended to trigger an uprising by foreigners against President Kruger.

Planning

  1. Mountbatten claimed that the lessons learned from the Dieppe Raid were necessary for planning the Normandy invasion. (Web site)

Gallipoli

  1. Medals were given by ballot after operations at Gallipoli and again after the Zeebrugge raid of 1918. (Web site)

Victoria

  1. However, despite the gallant and courageous efforts of the attackers, 11 of whom were later awarded the Victoria Cross, the raid was only partly successful. (Web site)
  2. The Zeebrugge Raid was promoted by Allied propaganda as a key British victory and resulted in the awarding of eight Victoria Crosses.

Plunder

  1. In the case of a Roman civil war these two enemies would seize the opportunity to invade Roman territory in order to raid and plunder. (Web site)

Plot

  1. In 1582 he devised the plot to seize King James VI, known as the Raid of Ruthven.

April

  1. April 5, 1995: In a raid against a pasture in Hatay province, PKK militants murdered seven individuals. (Web site)
  2. Keith Mann was sentenced on 29th of April, 2005 to 6 months for his part in a raid on Wickham labs in Hampshire. (Web site)
  3. On April 1, 1944, Schaffhausen suffered a bombing raid by United States Army Air Forces aircraft which strayed from German airspace into neutral Switzerland.

Shot

  1. According to the Times of London, US-led troops dragged innocent children from their beds and shot them during a nighttime raid. (Web site)

Cleomenes

  1. Cleomenes also hoped that his raid would cause the Argives to lose confidence in Antigonus because of his failure to protect their territory. (Web site)

Aftermath

  1. Grey became administrator of Rhodesia when Dr. Jameson was forced to resign from that post in 1896 as an aftermath of his famous raid into the Transvaal.
  2. Details the planning, training, execution, and aftermath of the daring mission of the Doolittle Raid, focusing on the fliers' personal experiences.

Tensions

  1. The motive for the raid was not known, but it came as tensions are high between Iran and the United States. (Web site)

Thrace

  1. Alaric broke his treaty with Rome and led his people on a raid into Thrace. (Web site)

Cologne

  1. Cheers and enthusiastic applause greeted us and our soloist, a baritone whose cologne smelled like Raid, after each song.

July 1943

  1. He was awarded the Military Cross in July 1943 for his outstanding service at Maungdaw during a raid on a Japanese position. (Web site)

Kandahar

  1. In a later raid, Ahmad Shah inflected a severe defeat upon the Sikhs but had to immediately head westward back to Kandahar to quell a rising insurrection. (Web site)
  2. U.S. Special Forces then launched an audacious raid deep into the Taliban's heartland of Kandahar, even striking one of Mullah Omar's compounds.

Kiev

  1. The Varangians began to raid throughout the Baltic, establishing their rule over the Slavic populations in Novgorod in 852 and Kiev in 858. (Web site)
  2. The Primary Chronicle records Smolensk even earlier, in connection with Askold and Dir 's raid against Kiev in 867. (Web site)

Saladin

  1. He took part in the raid against Saladin at Cresson near Nazareth on 1 May 1187, where he was killed by a lance-wound to the chest. (Web site)
  2. One of Baldwin's first actions as king was to reject the peace made with Saladin and raid the lands surrounding Damascus.

Dresden

  1. On February 14, 1945, a raid on Dresden produced one of the most devastating fires in history.
  2. Previous page: Photographed after the horrific British and American air raid of   February 13 and 14, 1945, Dresden is a roofless ghost city.

World War

  1. During World War II, the USS Hornet (CV-8) was loaded with the 16 B-25s that would take part in the Doolittle Raid at NAS Alameda. (Web site)
  2. During World War II, Operation Baobab was a commando raid against an Italian railroad target by a small Special Air Service team.
  3. January 27 - World War II: 50 bombers mount the first all American air raid against Germany (Wilhelmshaven was the target).

Rockets

  1. The Islamist group Hamas, which controls Gaza, said the rockets were a response to an Israeli raid that killed six gunmen on 4 November. (Web site)

Silesia

  1. He detached a tumen to raid along the Baltic coast and with the remainder headed westward into Silesia.
  2. He was Duke of Neumarkt in Silesia (Środa Śląska) from 1277 and during his reign the second Mongol raid against Poland, led by Nogai Khan occurred.

Savoy

  1. In a raid led by Prince Eugene of Savoy in 1697 against the Ottoman Empire, Sarajevo was burned down and leveled. (Web site)
  2. In 1699 Prince Eugene of Savoy led a successful raid on Sarajevo. (Web site)

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