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Host

[Lat.,=sacrificial victim], in Roman Catholic practice, consecrated wafer of the EucharistEucharist
[Gr.,=thanksgiving], Christian sacrament that repeats the action of Jesus at his last supper with his disciples, when he gave them bread, saying, "This is my body," and wine, saying, "This is my blood." (Mat. 26; Mark 14; Luke 22; 1 Cor. 11.
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. The bread used is pure white and unleavened, baked in small disks. The Hosts not consumed at MassMass,
religious service of the Roman Catholic Church, which has as its central act the performance of the sacrament of the Eucharist. It is based on the ancient Latin liturgy of the city of Rome, now used in most, but not all, Roman Catholic churches. The term Mass [Lat.
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 are set aside especially for the viaticum, for the sick, and for adoration, as at benedictionbenediction
[Lat.,=blessing], solemn blessing usually administered in the name of God by a priest or a minister. The temple worship at Jerusalem had fixed forms of benedictions, and Christians have always given them an important place in ceremony, especially at the end of a
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host

[hōst]
(biology)
An organism on or in which a parasite lives.
The dominant partner of a symbiotic or commensal pair.
(chemistry)
A crystalline lattice or receptor molecule for the strong and selective binding of a cationic, anionic, or neutral organic, inorganic, or biological substance (guest) by means of electrostatic, hydrogen-bonding, van der Waals, or donor-acceptor interactions. Examples include clathrates, crown ethers, cryptands, cyclodextrins, calixarenes, cavitands, cyclophanes, and cryptophanes. Also known as host structure, host substance.

host

1. Biology
a. an animal or plant that nourishes and supports a parasite
b. an animal, esp an embryo, into which tissue is experimentally grafted
2. Computing a computer connected to a network and providing facilities to other computers and their users
3. the owner or manager of an inn

Host

Christian Church the bread consecrated in the Eucharist

host

(networking)
A computer connected to a network.

The term node includes devices such as routers and printers which would not normally be called "hosts".

host

(communications)
A computer to which one connects using a terminal emulator.

host

(1) A source of information or signals. The term can refer to a computer, smartphone, tablet or any electronic device. In a network, clients (users' machines) and servers are hosts because they are both sources of information in contrast to network devices, such as routers and switches, which only direct traffic. See host adapter and hostname.

(2) To have in one's possession. When you "host a computer system," the system is running in your facility. Although sounding inane, it is technically accurate to say "our company hosts many hosts!"
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The fact that these URLs are valid Web servers, it means that the compromised host scans possible targets directly from the beginning of the scanning phase.
aeruginosa in healthy hosts with those in compromised hosts.
The compromised host servers were located in Europe and the Far East and were being used as fallback host servers, so when one phishing site was taken down a duplicate phishing site popped up.
Quarantine to VLAN - In addition to blocking and containing threats, compromised assets can now be quarantined to a VLAN to minimize the likelihood that a compromised host can infect other hosts on the network.
Every transplant recipient has a different experience and follows a different timeline for returning their lives to what one patient very accurately called a 'new normal'," said Jay Fishman, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Director of the Transplant Infectious Disease & Compromised Host Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Chairman of the Healthy Transplant Program.
Through this poisoned DNS server, SecureWorks found nine different compromised host servers sitting in Russia, Japan, Belgium, Germany, and the US.
President of the American Society of Transplantation, Director of the Transplant Infectious Diseases and Compromised Host Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School in Boston.
The 15-20% reduction in the duration of diarrhea we found in the studies would reduce overall days of dehydration, malnutrition, and compromised host resistance, as well as ease the burden on the child's caretaker and perhaps prevent the use of unnecessary drugs.
While the majority of the compromised hosts attacking the sector are consistently in the US, the geographic origin of specific campaigns fluctuates.
These include items such as exploit kits (software tools that can help create, distribute, and manage attacks on systems), botnets (a group of compromised computers remotely controlled by a central authority that can be used to send spam or flood websites), as-a-service models (hacking for hire) and the fruits of cybercrime, including stolen credit card numbers and compromised hosts.