stumbler


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Synonyms for stumbler

a walker or runner who trips and almost falls

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someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence

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Table 1: Analysis of WiFi Honeypot/Fake AP discovery tools Softwarename Vendor Aim [1] Net Stumbler www.nestumbler.com Is a tool for windows facilitates detection of wireless LAN.
When you click on the Stumble button, pages relevant to your selected topics appear from the database of "peer-reviewed" pages chosen by your fellow Stumblers. Each page can be rated using a thumbs up or thumbs down.
Blair has pegged his colleague as a stumbler and fumbler.
Even though I have no specific interest in running (the reviewer is more of a stumbler) I found that it was quite interesting to read the historical sections.
Camera (Deluxe color, widescreen), Ericson Core; editor, Peter Honess; music, BT;, music supervisors, Gary Jones, Happy Walters: production designer, Waldemar Kalinowski; art director, Kevin Kavanaugh; set designer, Maria Baker; set decorator, Florence Fellman; costume designer, Sanja Milkovic Hays; sound (Dolby Digital/DTS/SDDS), Felipe Borrero; sound designers/supervisors, Bruce Stumbler, Jay Nierenberg; visual effects supervisor, Michael J.
We use the Moses prayer in our leader-ship development where Moses is saying, "Go and get somebody else; I'm no good; I'm a stumbler," but the Lord answers, "No, you're the one with an your imperfections." Each time we're there, we try to build up that spirituality, and that's how great changes can happen and renewal becomes reality.
I'm not saying it looked suspicious but it was the only time the stuttering stumbler failed to swear during the show.
London: South Africa had a reputation of being chokers, but in this World Cup they have proved to be stumblers too.
Which suggests that most of us are stumbling through the world pining for companionship that could be easily provided by the lonesome stumblers all around us.
The same floor, the same peel, and pretty much the same stumblers are to stage another civil farce for the next five-year stint.
This consuming desire, this need for entanglement, a feasting together even momentarily, with other souls, other heartbeats, other stumblers and seekers, is a glorious thing.