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an organ of vision

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a closed plane curve everywhere equidistant from a fixed point or something shaped like this

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the ball-shaped capsule containing the vertebrate eye

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move in an orbit

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a) a comprehensive solution for datacenter and cloud infrastructure platform for both main and backup site providing the necessary performance and operation of IS services for DCOM applications and processing agendas internal management of all connected villages and towns;
c) a comprehensive solution and safety data processed in an IS DCOM including protection of communication with connected communities d) all necessary services for the implementation and commissioning of data center infrastructure, comprehensive services including supervision and care of the infrastructure that comes attached towns and villages (as specified in paragraph b) .
Eighty million machines and over one hundred-thousand programmers use DCOM already.
Nevertheless, compared to peers, DCOM's earnings performance and reserve levels are unfavorable, leaving DCOM more susceptible to earnings pressure in a stressed asset quality scenario.
enterprise-wide solutions based on Microsoft's DCOM.
DCOM is language-neutral, so any language, including Java(TM), that produces ActiveX components can also produce DCOM applications.
We are presenting DCOM as a solution for open consideration by the Internet community.
9, 2004, DCOM initiated an exchange offer whereby up to $70 million of registered trust preferred securities (series B capital securities), which bear a fixed interest rate of 7% and mature in 2034, were offered in exchange for a like amount of 7%, 30-year trust preferred securities previously sold in a private transaction (series A capital securities) in March 2004.
As a result, neither Dime Community Capital Trust I nor DCOM will receive any cash proceeds from this issuance.
eEye's Research Team is recognized as the preeminent leader in network security discovery and research -- having detected dozens of high-severity vulnerabilities and worms in the past few years, including the Code Red, Sapphire and RPC DCOM II vulnerabilities.