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supplicant

In an authentication system, supplicant refers to the client machine that wants to gain access to the network. See 802.1x.
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Robin O'Ryan, assistant to Richard Fahey, trainer of Tatlisu, Arctic Feeling, Boy In The Bar and Supplicant Tatlisu ran disappointingly at Ascot.
It usually takes a season or two for smart two-year-olds to find their feet again and Supplicant could have a big year.
Richard Fahey, who supplemented his Mill Reef Stakes winner Supplicant, said of the decision: "He's earned the right to go for it, so we're having a go to be fair to everybody.
He said that he was booed by all the young entrepreneurs in the audience who thought he was peddling this idea of a supplicant Africa.
He went to Newbury and landed the Mill Reef on Supplicant who led a 1-2 for Richard Fahey.
Supplicant (7-2JtFav) ran out a tenacious winner of the Group 2 Mill Reef Stakes at Newbury.
A hot renewal of the Molecomb s can go to Richard Fahey-trained SUPPLICANT (2.
ONES One): Bay Supplicant Aljamaheer Graham The opening race of the meeting looks a tricky contest and Johnston's FENNELL BAY is a tentative selection, but an interesting outsider is Marcus Tregoning's Heddwyn.
With the likes of Sandiva, Supplicant and Parbold all hitting the frame at Royal ascot, Fahey should now exactly where he stands in the two-year-old divisions.
They reflect India's increasing status as an equal interlocutor, rather than the supplicant it might have been as recently as twenty years ago.
In the second cast, 19-year-old McGill student Aaron Sheppard showed a precocious talent, singing well consistently This is hardly verismo opera, so a somewhat stiff stage presence in scenes where he is the callous lover and then Rusalka's supplicant hardly mattered, but he's still too young to make a believable autocrat.
In playing his part to help Euripides' Supplicant Women share the spotlight with the Greek tragedian's better-known plays, Storey (ancient history and classics, Trent U.