In another speech, a few years later, Dayan clarified that he did not mean just one generation -- but many to come, endlessly -- the typical bridgehead
mentality which knows no borders, neither in space nor in time.
Following research with consumer focus groups, Bridgehead
is considering selling the cheese both as part of a meal deal and as a standalone snack, to be consumed between meals.
Tony Tomkys, director of sales, EMEA, BridgeHead
Software, said: "What The London Clinic is doing with data is what BridgeHead
suggests all hospitals do: remove static data from the primary backup stream and put it into a safer, more cost-effective storage environment where it can be accessed by clinicians and hospital staff when and where needed -- as well as secured in the event of a disaster or system outage.
said that while users of electronic health record systems in the UK rely mainly on the NHS' Hospital Information System, many core business functions tend to run on Microsoft Office products.
FIT: London Olympics 2012 chairman Sebastian Coe said it's important to use the Games as a bridgehead
into education and fitness PICTURE: Peter Bolter [umlaut]
Despite bleeding heavily, he got the rest of his company over by dusk, dug in, protected his outposts and held the bridgehead
One of the most effective ways of reducing the pressure on backups is to take static or rarely accessed information and archive it off primary storage systems, according to BridgeHead
Software CEO Tony Cotterill.
said British forces, having consolidated the bridgehead
with the necessary supplies ashore, were "poised" to move on the capital of Port Stanley.
Despite being injured himself, he and just one other soldier decided to press on with their mission to secure a vital bridgehead
for the landing troops.
The memorial commemorates the young Scots who gave their lives in two days of fighting around the Orne Bridgehead
Not for him late Saturday nights toiling at the bridgehead
The musical bridgehead
they established on American soil, opened the way for the British popmusic invasion that followed.