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Tomcat

A popular Java servlet container from the Apache Jakarta project. Tomcat uses the Jasper converter to turn JSPs into servlets for execution. Tomcat is widely used with the JBoss application server. For more information, visit http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat. See Jakarta and JBoss.
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TomCat specialises in the sub-distribution and licensing of film and TV product to buyers, distributors, broadcasters and industry participants.
The Tomcat instrument's design incorporates Lean principles to provide increased value through automation.
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All known bugs reported in previous versions of Tomcat have been fixed in v7.
The Tomcat lives on to its enduring mission and to the men and women committed to those missions," said ADM John Nathman, Commander, U.
Throughout the aviation community, Sailors have switched from working on and flying in Tomcats to the Navy's new aerial weapon--the F/A-18 Hornet.
The Tomcat was designed in the 1960s during the Cold War fight against the former Soviet Union.
The Tomcat has been a dogfighter, an interceptor, a reconnaissance platform, even a bomber.
landed aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt for what will be their last Tomcat deployment before transitioning to the Super Hornet next year.
An F-14 Tomcat fighter jet was set in place at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday in ceremonies marking an important milestone in construction of the Air Force One Pavilion, which is expected to open in the fall.
No sooner had they fallen asleep than a big tomcat snuck up on them.