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cat's-eye,

gemstone that displays a thin band of reflected light on its surface when cut as a cabochon. Its name is derived from its supposed resemblance to the eye of a cat. The optical effect, known as chatoyancy, is caused by the reflection of light from very thin, closely spaced filaments in parallel arrangement within the stone. True cat's-eye, a variety of chrysoberylchrysoberyl
[Gr.,=golden beryl], a beryllium aluminate used as a gem. It has a vitreous luster and is transparent to translucent. The more valuable cat's-eye is a variety of chrysoberyl. Another variety, alexandrite, was first discovered in the Ural Mts.
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 from Sri Lanka and Brazil, is the most valuable, but some quartz, tourmaline, and a few other minerals that display chatoyancy are also used as gems. A golden-yellow species called tiger's-eye is a form of quartz that contains crocidolite asbestos.
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The acquisition of Ataata will offer customers a single, cloud platform that is engineered to mitigate risk and reduce employee security mistakes by calculating employee security risk based on sentiment and behaviour while connecting them with relevant training that is content based on their score and recommended areas for improvement.
The powerful combination of Mimecast's cyber resilience for email capabilities paired with Ataata's employee training and risk scoring will help customers enhance their cyber resilience efforts."
The acquisition of Ataata will offer customers a single, cloud platform that is engineered to mitigate risk and reduce employee security mistakes by calculating employee security risk based on sentiment and behavior while connecting them with relevant training that is content based on their score and recommended areas for improvement.
In this story, a beautiful young woman named Arnaq is spoiled by her father, Ataata because she lost her mother at an early age.
Dans les textes publies en anglais, il est tres frequent de retrouver un assez grand nombre de termes en inuktitut, des termes courants tels que anaana (maman), ataata (papa), ataatatsiaq (grand-pere), kamik (bottes), qimmiq (chien) ou des termes plus specialises comme mitsiaq (cordon ombilical) ou puukuluk (mere biologique).
The words involved in the ATAATA palindromic vowel rotation above (see 'Rotating Vowels') are also HCVs.
The plan--known in the Maori language as paepae ataata, which can be roughly translated as "forum of images"--is still a work in progress.
A Canadian Arctic Producers publication, Candian Inuit Artifacts, described Ataata Vinivi (his Inuktitut name) as a missionary, ethnologist, author, and explorer.
As the only permanent white resident at Pelly Bay until 1960 (when a federal school opened there), Ataata Vinivi stayed close to his parishioners, and he became their strongest advocate when he felt new developments from the South would adversely affect them.
Summary: Mimecast has announced it has acquired Ataata, a cybersecurity training and awareness platform designed to reduce human error in the workplace and help enable organisaions to become more secure by changing the security culture of their employees.
Mimecast has acquired cyber security training and awareness platform Ataata.