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a group of connected pages on the World Wide Web containing information on a particular subject

website

(World-Wide Web)
(Or "website") Any computer on the Internet running a World-Wide Web server process. A particular website is usually identified by the hostname part of a URL. Multiple hostnames may actually map to the same computer in which case they are known as "virtual servers".

website

A website is a presence on the World Wide Web. As of 2019, there are more than one billion. To qualify as a bona fide site, it must be available over the Internet around the clock. Rendered with various spellings ("Web site," "web site" and "Website"), a website is a collection of Web pages (files) coded in HTML that are linked to each other and to pages on other sites. A website is run (hosted) on a Web server by the site's owner, by a hosting provider or by an Internet service provider (ISP). See Web hosting and Web server.

Websites by Other Names
A "portal" is a website that covers a topic or industry, while "search engines" are sites that index all the content on the Web. "Social networking sites," "blogs" and "wikis" are sites that contain user-generated content. An "extranet" is a password-protected website for subscribers or business partners. See portal, search engine, social networking site, blog, wiki, extranet and intranet.

All the websites mentioned above are accessible to the general public via the Internet. However, an "intranet" (intra-net) is a private, internal website for employees only that resides on the local network safely behind the company's firewall (see intranet). See Web vs. Internet, Internet domain name, ISP, HTML and HTTP.
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Survival Analysis of Cancer Subsites by Stage, Age, Year of Diagnosis, and Therapies.
Variables historically used to predict prognosis of OSCC include: TNM stage, histopathological grade and to some extent the intra-oral subsite of the lesion.
Among Asians and Pacific Islanders (API), CRC rates are significantly lower than in whites and blacks across most anatomic subsites except for rectal cancer, where the incidence rate in API males is higher compared to black males [8].
Residues Q181, T226, N227, W298, and Y403 form a circle around subsites -2 and -1 of chain-I (Figure 4).
No distinction is, however, made for the different subsites of the colorectum [19].
HUB, reference, and access services are also portal subsites for their respective areas.
The new Agent allows for faster backup and recovery of Microsoft SharePoint Portal 2003 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 environments, enabling users to restore portals, top level sites, subsites and individual document libraries, attachments, lists, folders, areas and sub areas.
Tutorials are also given for organizational tasks such as modifying list views through filtering and grouping, managing permissions for lists and libraries, creating subsites to improve content management and tracking custom workflows.
The next step is to gradually align the 50 Henkel country internet subsites to the new design format.
"Interestingly, in our population, approximately one-half of patients with Crohn's disease-related cancers developed tumors at subsites without any endoscopic or pathologic evidence of prior colonic inflammation," the investigators said, speculating that, based upon a relatively small number of cases, inflammation may not be a mandatory prerequisite to tumorigenesis among all IBD patients.
Hydro's businesses are diverse, and with scores of subsites, its intranet reflects this diversity.