from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of host.
- n. Running and maintaining a computer system on someone's behalf.
- n. A battle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An encounter; a battle.
- n. A muster or review.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A mustering or assemblage of armed men; a muster.
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Saving 10% on the CDN and 10% on the hosting is a nice 20% increase in revenue.
Since the fall of 2005, Google has joined several large West Coast companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks and Yahoo in hosting authors for weekly, sometimes daily, book-selling events that were once the sacred realm of bookstores.
Contrary to what many may believe, the benefits for a municipality in hosting spring training teams do not come from the facility and games.
I have no doubt that President and Mrs. Obama will make us proud in hosting their first state dinner.
Yeah, you can totally put WP in each domain, assuming the hosting is WP-compatible to begin with.
I look at the the 10 million our city spent in hosting his campaign and I see my taxes go up because his election committee will not pay their bill.
Today, with services like Amazon S3 & EC2, Joyent Accelerators and Google AppEngine, reliable, scalable hosting is no longer as much a problem, as these services have risen to meet the needs of applications like Ma. gnolia.
Lefty, in hosting Billo perhaps Mr. Panetta is providing nice targets for shoes?
WASHINGTON (CNN) – Mayors and community leaders looking for a piece of the next presidential contest now have a list of names of who to lobby if they are interested in hosting the Republican National Convention in 2012.
Contact the Department of Child Life and Education at 215-590-2001 or e-mail childlife@email. chop.edu to express your interest in hosting a drive.