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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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Furthermore, the term donor is repeatedly used, although many diptychs were never intended to be donated, but rather were designed for the supplicant's private devotion.
In both instances, the female supplicant who <<desired>> to be married was a minor, and therefore the couple needed a dispensation from the defect of age, defectus aetatis (24).
Turning organized religion into yet another money-seeking supplicant to the federal trough through political favoritism doesn't help those seeking clean government or spiritual growth."
The old assumption about creditworthy borrowers having ready access to capital has changed to one of the corporate treasurer as a supplicant, pleading for a loan.
Remember, sometimes it's better to be a supplicant than to be right.
Though Zweig was only slightly the elder of the two, he was very much the senior partner in their letter-writing, Petzold a supplicant for support, including financial support, and deeply grateful for the friendship he received from both the Zweigs (p.
The memorial, we are assured, is not designed for thoughtless acts of tourism, but is meant to unfold a processional narrative," to inspire the penitential supplicant with its "spiritual, contemplative character." Our "processional passage" is punctuated by a series of devotional stops, including a penultimate pause in the Fourth Room before the recessed niche containing Neil Estern's bronze statue of Our First Lady of the United Nations and World Peace, Eleanor Roosevelt, her hands dutifully crossed in a manner studiously imitated by Hillary Clinton.
North Korea on Monday ridiculed Japan's Foreign Minister Yohei Kono for conducting ''supplicant'' diplomacy by asking U.S.
"Strong inquiry is coming from the US, Australia and Asia, with venture capital funds keen to position themselves at center stage to make sure they don't miss out on the booming deal flow." But he admits that Australia remains the supplicant in the international movement of venture funding: "The only hurdle at the moment is not enough capital to go around for all the deals."
Indeed, the Practical Method most often characterizes the Virgin with the static image of "a refuge." She is "safeguard of the living" and "refuge of sinners."(43) Mary did not remove suffering, but somehow enabled the supplicant to feel secure in the midst of terror.
I also like the idea of the curator or critic as a supplicant. It's about forgetting everything you think that you know, and even allowing yourself to get lost.
The date is best sought between 538 and 515 BCE and evidence points to the supplicant as being a prince of the governing Davidic house.