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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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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.
As is traditional amongst tyrants in these parts, the Egyptian government turned our 500 supplicants away.
They would be offered to the goddess in a temple by supplicants, or kept above one's bed," he added.
With the acceptance of the OpenSEA supplicant, the WPA testbed will now include two open source and two commercial supplicants, reflecting the maturity of open source implementations of key wireless security protocols.
But what to do about all the other supplicants pleading poverty as the crunch continues to bite?
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?
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.
Like these other supplicants, the rich man in the Mark 10 story runs up to Jesus on the road and falls on his knees, using the same Greek word ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) as the leper in Mark 1:40.
She keeps rocking chairs in her office, hoping that they will calm emotional supplicants.
Supplicants are always welcome and the powerful will always consider the pleadings of lesser beings--before rejecting them.