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beachhead

[′bēch‚hed]
(ordnance)
An area on an enemy shoreline which opposing troops have landed upon and occupied.
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Most surprisingly, the Force had a defensive mission: To hold the line along the swampy eastern wing of the Anzio beachhead.
Mikkelsen said NZTE's Beachheads program is designed for high-growth New Zealand companies committed to growing internationally.
The same basic options remain in place: Israel can insist on existing as a beachhead, a garrison state for which each war is merely a battle in a longer conflict it is destined to lose.
Finally, the group agreed to recommend that MacArthur continue to consolidate his forces in the Hungnam-Wonsan beachheads.
Beachhead provides security software and services to enterprise and government customers responsible for controlling access to data on PCs and mobile devices.
It appeared that this industry is poised for rapid growth, and we wanted to present a holistic view of synthetic approaches, the dynamics of this market and the real applications," said Richard Fisler, Director at Beachhead.
Approximately 10 New Zealand companies at one time will operate from the beachhead as they seek to develop customer and technology relationships across the United States.
We are delighted that Lilly Pulitzer will establish a beachhead in Westport's Playhouse Square," said Healey.
In addition, even though Eclipse adoption has almost doubled in the last six months, over 30% of Asian developers use Macromedia Studio 8, further establishing Adobe's beachhead in this fast growing development arena.
But yet another wave of limeys have secured a beachhead on American shores.
Encryption is an important part of securely protecting sensitive data, but certain threats exist where encryption alone is ineffective," said Jim Obot, Beachhead Solutions CEO.
beachhead in order to make room for another Bochco drama, ``Philly,'' starring Kim Delaney of ``NYPD'' as an impassioned - there is no other kind on TV - attorney.