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vines

(networking, product)
A family of local area networking products from Banyan.

VINES

(VIrtual NEtworking System) An earlier Unix System V-based network operating system from Banyan Systems that ran on DOS and OS/2-based servers. It provided internetworking of PCs, minis, mainframes and other computer resources providing information sharing across organizations of unlimited size. Incorporating mainframe-like security with a global network directory service called Streettalk, VINES allowed access to all network users and resources. Options included printer sharing, email, remote PC dial-in, bridges and gateways. See ePresence. See also Vine.
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Ms Viner said: "Violent assaults on journalists or activists have no place in a democratic society."
Professor Viner said: 'I think one of the conclusions is that social media does not displace physical activities in boys in the same way that it does in girls, which may be one of the reasons for this difference that we see.'
"I was struck then by how casual and chaotic he was," Viner says.
Viner said the results showed "Guardian journalism is flourising".
And, ahead of the handover, David Viner thanked the public for their support so far.
Viner David Viner says: "The Commonwealth Games are going to be a superb opportunity for Birmingham and the West Midlands.
Viner and Gaskill, who are currently on trial, originally pleading not guilty to charges that include wire fraud, conspiracy to obstruct justice, and more.
"Act now or the consequences are grave," was Prof Viner's message to policy-makers.
He claims that Dr David Viner, a top UK climate scientist stated snow would become a very rare and exciting event"and children aren't going to know what snow is"' (March 2, 2018).
Indeed, a privately felt connection to a host town or city has been instrumental in driving decisions to open gallery outposts: Dane credits artist and designer Allegra Hicks as the catalyst for opening in Naples, saying that she has introduced him to almost everyone who has made the development possible; Viner first acquired property in Margate in 2011 and sees it having huge potential as an art destination; and Freedman has been visiting the town for more than two decades.
Louise Viner died in hospital shortly after a fire at her house in Sydnall Road in Longford, Coventry, on March 24.
In this book, authors Hope Viner Samborn and Andrea B.