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ALLY LUCIUS LUCCEIUS
TLS
PROTECTING WEB
FLEXIBLE SECURITY LEVELS
NASHVILLE STAR CABLE TV SERIES
SECURING POLITICAL LIBERTY
SECURING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
BERTH
MOTOGP DEBUT FIVE MONTHS
BRITISH EXIT
FASTENING
STANDING PART
BOLLARD
RESIDENTIAL BORROWER
SECURING MATERIAL
SECURING ROPES
SECURING POLE POSITION
SECURING BRIDGEHEADS
SECURING FREEDOM
SECURING WEB
STATE SECURING
SECURING KNOT
STORAGE DEVICES
SECURING DATA
CRETE
ENVELOPE
MONGOLS
PASSWORDS
HANGING
BRIDGES
CAUCASUS
TRIALS
PRINCIPALITY
OCTAVIAN
IMPORTANT ROLE
HOPES
LOAD
THRONE
DEBATE
USEFUL
PURPOSE
WRIT
TITUS
CLOSING
APPOINTMENT
STAPLES
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Ally Lucius Lucceius

  1. In this, Caesar, also elected consul in 59, had failed in securing the election to the consulship of his ally Lucius Lucceius. (Web site)

Tls

  1. RFC 4217 (Securing FTP with TLS) describes the protocol used by the FTP server.

Protecting Web

  1. Read Chapter 29, Securing Java EE Applications for more information on protecting web applications.

Flexible Security Levels

  1. Although TLS is not the only mechanism for securing file transfer, it does offer some of the following positive attributes: - Flexible security levels. (Web site)

Nashville Star Cable Tv Series

  1. Jewell was the big winner on the Nashville Star cable TV series in 2002, securing a record deal with Columbia, where Clint Black produced his first album.

Securing Political Liberty

  1. Neoliberalism refers to a political movement that espouses economic liberalism as a means of promoting economic development and securing political liberty. (Web site)

Securing Information Systems

  1. In addition to his work in network forensics, Nolan develops best practices for administering and securing information systems and networks. (Web site)

Berth

  1. In the women's short program, Mao Asada finished first to strengthen her chances of securing a berth for the Olympics.
  2. Through their performance in the Grand Slam events, rinks can earn a significant amount of points towards securing a berth at the 2009 Canadian Trials. (Web site)

Motogp Debut Five Months

  1. Interwetten Honda MotoGP Team's Hiroshi Aoyama will make his MotoGP debut five months after securing the final 250cc World Championship for Honda. (Web site)

British Exit

  1. This was Gandhi's and the Congress Party's most definitive revolt aimed at securing the British exit from Indian shores.

Fastening

  1. A knot is a method for fastening or securing with some common knots, just to be able to tie up a boat timber hitch; tom fool.
  2. The need of securing things or otherwise strengthening them then led to binding, fastening, and sewing. (Web site)

Standing Part

  1. A. For securing the standing part of a reef tackle round the goose-neck or any other rope that you wish to jamb. (Web site)

Bollard

  1. Bollard - Vertical post on dock for securing lines. (Web site)

Residential Borrower

  1. ORIGINATION - securing a completed mortgage application from a commercial or residential borrower.

Securing Material

  1. The gap 1706 is then filled with a securing material, such as epoxy, to secure the implant analog 1606 to the stone model 1700. (Web site)

Securing Ropes

  1. Two-man teams would work their way up the mountain, finding a path, cutting steps, securing ropes.
  2. This is a fairly simple knot that can be useful for securing ropes to trees, posts, or other things that stand upright.

Securing Pole Position

  1. Jorge Lorenzo takes a corner on his way to securing pole position. (Web site)

Securing Bridgeheads

  1. U.S. Coast Guard can enter ports that other warships can not. 7 This would be useful in securing bridgeheads of entry for an invasion force into Iran.

Securing Freedom

  1. I am aware that this method is contrary to the spirit of Socialism, but I do not see what other way there is of securing freedom. (Web site)

Securing Web

  1. Read Chapter 30, Securing Web Applications for more information on protecting web applications.

State Securing

  1. Financing Statement A document filed with the Register of Deeds or Secretary of State securing the title to personal property.

Securing Knot

  1. Inspect the finished knot and securing knot.
  2. However, the clove hitch is not particularly useful or advisable as a securing knot.

Storage Devices

  1. That requires a combination of tactics, from securing the network perimeter to encrypting data on mobile and storage devices.

Securing Data

  1. Network encryption appliances help fill a growing security gap, securing data both at rest in storage devices and on the SAN itself. (Web site)
  2. Encryption algorithms can be used to help secure wireless communications, but securing data also requires additional resources.
  3. Part Number: CoreAES128 - The CoreAES128 macro implements the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), which provides a means of securing data.

Crete

  1. During Alexander's campaigns in the east, the Spartan king, Agis III sent a force to Crete in 333 BC with the aim of securing the island for Sparta 18.

Envelope

  1. Envelope: a continuous felt fold formed by wrapping and securing a portion of a base felt back up and over the felt plies above it.

Mongols

  1. Nurhaci 's policy towards the Mongols was to seek their friendship and cooperation, thus securing the Jurchen 's western front from a potential enemy.

Passwords

  1. Since you're interested in securing your passwords, perhaps you would also be interested in generating good passwords to begin with. (Web site)

Hanging

  1. It is principally used for securing the tail of a handy billy or snatch block to a larger rope, or when hanging off a rope with a stopper.
  2. The Big Red Machine was a step away from securing the briefcase until Punk regained his balance after hanging by his legs and kicked Kane to the canvas.

Bridges

  1. To reach the enemy's flags, players will need to cross the river by either securing one of the bridges or swimming across the water. (Web site)

Caucasus

  1. The securing of Media Atropatene allowed for the pro-Darius forces to swing northwards into Armenia in the Caucasus. (Web site)

Trials

  1. She placed fifth at the Olympic Trials, securing a berth in the U.S. Olympic team.

Principality

  1. Vladimir Monomakh, on securing his rights to the principality in 1093, moved the capital from Rostov to Suzdal. (Web site)

Octavian

  1. Octavian had Caesarion killed later that year, securing his legacy as Julius Caesar's only 'son'. (Web site)

Important Role

  1. He plays an important role in assisting Kangxi in securing his rule over the Qing Empire. (Web site)

Hopes

  1. Hornish will compete full-time in the IndyCar Series with hopes of securing a second Indy 500 win and a fourth IndyCar Series Championship in 2007. (Web site)

Load

  1. The more common uses of rope by the average person is the securing of a load to a personal vehicle or for recreational purposes.
  2. But it is best for securing non-critical items because it may “capsize” (collapse into a different shape, which may lead to slippage) under a load.

Throne

  1. Euphrosyne took control of the palace and quelled the opposition herself, securing the accession of her husband to the throne by wholesale bribery. (Web site)
  2. She took a prominent part in securing the succession of Solomon to the throne (1 Kings 1:11, 16-21). (Web site)
  3. In the end, Sigismund did not succeed in becoming tsar or in securing the throne for Władysław, but he was able to expand the Commonwealth's territory. (Web site)

Debate

  1. Member for Lichfield (Michael Fabricant) on securing the debate.

Useful

  1. Provisional applications are useful because they offer the option of quickly and relatively inexpensively securing a filing date.
  2. Timber hitch: Useful as an anchor knot or securing the bowstrings non-loop end to the bow.
  3. Asymmetric cryptography has, in fact, proved so useful for securing communications that it has become pervasive in modern life.

Purpose

  1. If joining a small rope to a larger one for the purpose of hauling or securing the larger rope, no difference as the load is not great.
  2. Their purpose changed from scholarly pursuits to securing privileges from college administrations by electing members to influential college offices.

Writ

  1. Thus adequate provision has been made for securing to everyone entitled thereto the writ of habeas corpus. (Web site)

Titus

  1. When Titus was dying, he managed to be hailed as his successor by securing the Praetorian Guard 's support.

Closing

  1. Best Faith Estimate - An estimate of the total costs for securing a real estate loan, that is given to borrowers prior to closing.

Appointment

  1. Another report[ 2] contends that Eves was refusing to resign before securing an appointment to the Canadian Senate or to a public board.

Staples

  1. A second roofer follows, temporarily securing the felt to the roof deck using staples or roofing nails.

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