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Four Hundred,

the social elite; the number of people Mrs. Astor could accommodate in her ballroom. [Am. Usage: Misc.]
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The epicRealm XT-S 400 combines the epicRealm eXT technology and sophisticated caching software to deliver intelligent caching through integrated business application control and to ensure application infrastructures are being utilized efficiently.
The epicRealm XT-S 400 is the first part of our product vision to put intelligence into infrastructures and networks, enabling businesses to have more control over the behavior of business applications," said Ron Riffe, senior vice president of marketing and product management at epicRealm.
Miki Barber and Washington finished 1-2 in the NCAA 400 championships.
The enthusiasm fans have for NASCAR and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are unmatched - Allstate will draw on this loyalty to make the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard even better than before.
Allstate will be an ideal partner as the first title sponsor of the Brickyard 400 because it shares some of the same qualities as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway - leadership in its field and a customer-focused attitude.
The Intevac LIVAR Model 400 camera is designed for use in a wide range of military and security applications including long-range surveillance systems, airborne, ground, maritime vehicle payloads, and other critical Force Protection Systems.
For more information about the LIVAR Model 400 Developer's Kit or other Intevac imaging offerings, please visit Intevac at the Defense & Security Symposium (Orlando, FL, Mar.
E[acute accent]--LiveUpdate -- Symantec's exclusive LiveUpdate technology ensures that Symantec Gateway Security 400 Series appliances are easily kept up-to-date with the latest firmware updates.
In addition to its exceptional performance characteristics, the Niveus 400 was designed to be compatible with the latest set of standard technologies on desktops and workstations from competing operating systems.