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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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and displayed at eye level, the penetrating gaze of the deity no longer directed at his supplicants.
13) is not on her own wanting to return the country to the times when people like the old boards of guardians decided which supplicants in need were deserving and which were undeserving.
The overlap between the supplicants there and the supplicants to the comptroller is significant.
Why should 52% of the population wait as supplicants any longer?
We participate despite provisions of Article 15 of the decree-law on elections banning the supplicants (Mounachideen) and former RCD senior officials to stand candidates," also underlined Mr.
But what to do about all the other supplicants pleading poverty as the crunch continues to bite?
The CEOs may kowtow in more plush surroundings than other supplicants, but their position is just the same.
In Tel Aviv, he'd write: "Father and mother, brothers and sisters" who died at home and in crematoria, "may you all be supplicants / to.
Judgment": Even God deems lust the least of sins, / although He makes its supplicants dance / through pillars of fire.
What other religion offers supplicants a sex-shifting god?
The names of supplicants and their home diocese are noted at the beginning of each entry.
Shanghai's economic success is clothed in adopted architectures, wrested in victory from the city's former conquerors, who are now supplicants queuing at China's gateway.