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Alaric

?370--410 ad, king of the Visigoths, who served under the Roman emperor Theodosius I but later invaded Greece and Italy, capturing Rome in 410

Alaric

(c. 370–410) Visigothx chief; sacked Rome. [Eur. Hist.: Bishop, 14]
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It is after meeting Alaric that he sends Caroline a heartfelt letter in the series finale of "TVD.
The Romans, supremely confident of handling this nuisance, dispatched a couple of diplomats to conduct the tiresome negotiations with Alaric and rid themselves of these smelly barbarians.
Equally easy was the decision to extend our relationship with NCR and the Alaric team to ensure that our customers' Paym mobile payments are efficiently run and carefully protected by Authentic and Fractals.
9 June 2014 -- UK-based Cumberland Building Society said it has deployed US-based NCR Corp's (NYSE: NCR) Paym mobile payment service using Authentic and Fractals software from the firm's Alaric unit.
His companion, Alaric Oducayen, was shot in the right leg and arms and was taken to the Mariano Marcos Memorial Hospital and Medical Center in Batac City.
To Walk a Pagan Path: Practical Spirituality for Every Day" by Alaric Albertsson (a practicing pagan and member of the Druidic organization ar nDraiocht Fein) is a 288 page instructional guide to living in adherence to basic pagan spiritual principles in daily life including following a sacred calendar, enacting quick and easy rituals, connect with the earth by producing some of the food to be eaten, and engage in such craft projects as candles, scrying mirrors, solar wreaths, and more.
Target: Alaric Systems Limited, Digital Insight Corporation
Alaric, a global supplier of fraud prevention and payments solutions, has said that China Bank Philippines has selected its Authentic solution.
As we take this edition of Banker Middle East to press comes a survey from Alaric, a global supplier of fraud prevention and payments processing products, that suggests that, in the last year, one in four people surveyed in the United Arab Emirates experienced the frustration of a credit or debit card payment being declined, because the bank incorrectly thought it was fraud.
Yet more evidence of how much work needs to be done by the banks to rebuild customer confidence comes with a survey from Alaric, a global supplier of fraud prevention and payments processing products, that suggests that, in the last year, one in four people surveyed in the United Arab Emirates experienced the frustration of a credit or debit card payment being declined, because the bank incorrectly thought it was fraud.
And the banking system, as it offers more innovative transaction channels, will become increasingly vulnerable to these types of attack, according to Alaric Systems principal fraud risk consultant David Divitt.