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netter

(1)
Loosely, anyone with a network address.

netter

(2)
More specifically, a Usenet regular. Most often found in the plural. "If you post *that* in a technical group, you're going to be flamed by angry netters for the rest of time!"
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Combined with the 90 engineers who joined ARM from Sansa Security, the recruitment drive will make the Kfar Netter office one of ARM's top 10 design centers by size and position it as a important global IoT engineering research center.
Other seeded netters who also advanced to the next phase were sixth seed Marc Anthony Alcoseba, an 8-4 winner over Harry Caron; eighth pick Ronard Joven, who won over Jose Nicholas Cano, 8-3; No.
The decision may most impact physician's offices or groups, hospital systems, and universities with hospitals, Netter said, with all of these being examples of organizations that get paid through state Medicaid programs.
Federer has engaged in numerous epic matches with Nadal throughout his career, but he nevertheless said that everything is fine between him and the Mallorcan netter.
In 1989, CIBA-Geigy published the Atlas of Human Anatomy, now in its fifth edition and published by Elsevier, which Netter referred to as his most important work (5).
It was titled the Haaf Netter - after an ancient fishing method brought to the area by the Vikings and still practised today in the Solway Firth.
Thomas Netter studied arts at a Carmelite studium in London and theology at Oxford, became the Carmelite Provincial Superior for England in 1414, confessor to Henry V in 1422, and subsequently tutor to Henry VI, and attended the councils of Pisa in 1409 and probably Constance in 1414, as well as trials of alleged Lollards in England.
In his preface to the first edition (1989), Netter (1906-1991) mused on how the likes of Vesalius, Leonardo da Vinci, William Hunter, and Henry Gray would regard this text.
Principal Naomi Smith, a parent coordinator, students, parents and a school volunteer all greeted Ruth McCoy, Cornelia Netter, Jeanne Oliver-Taylor and Michael P.
Last weekend the Vipers maintained their 100% home record with a 2-0 win over the Edinburgh Capitals, with Pavel Gomeniuk opening the scoring and Jeff Hutchins netting an empty netter in the dying seconds.
The Windows-based program includes nearly 1000 professionally designed templates, and more than 3000 Lippincott medical illustrations and Netter images from Elsevier.
Netter had said the current board failed to protect shareholder interests and mismanaged company assets.