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Towards trapping wily intruders in the large

Glenn Mansfield, Kohei Ohta, Y. Takei, N. Kato, Y. Nemoto
2000 Computer Networks  
The rapid increase in network bandwidth from mega bits per second to giga bits per second and potentially to tera bits per second, is making it increasingly difficult to carry out in a timely and accurate  ...  The problem is made even more difficult with the devious techniques (e.g. spoofing) used by the hackers.  ...  It relies on the general protocol mechanisms and is therefore simpler and effective. At the same time it will be unable to detect a well-informed intruder who finds access to his/her target with ease.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1389-1286(00)00135-3 fatcat:epsaze7qdzcp7fkazopy2373my

Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides's Trap?

Hugo Bras Martins da Costa
2018 Brazilian Political Science Review  
events, could trigger a large-scale con lict: an accidental collision at the South China Sea; Taiwan moving toward independence; confrontation with or between third party allies; North Korean collapse  ...  goals, China is spreading its economic network across the globe, altering the international balance of power in a way that causes even longtime United States allies in Asia to tilt from the US toward  ... 
doi:10.1590/1981-3821201800030008 fatcat:3arwbovpmzah5hc3ox7jaww6xi

Page 21 of City Jackdaw Vol. 5, Issue 210 [page]

1879 City Jackdaw  
Johnson did so, never for a moment thinking that a little trap had been laid for him by the wily gentleman of the house.  ...  vigorously towards the right smd the left.  ... 

Page 3 of Huntsville Gazette Vol. 9, Issue 31 [page]

1888 Huntsville Gazette  
The wily animal had dug his way across and made anew exit.  ...  Then they all rose up and flew back toward their feeding-place. Suddenly the leading crow actually staggered in the air and circled back in a dazed sort of way to the fence.  ... 

The geology of Tugtutôq and neighbouring islands, South Greenland. Part III. Olivine gabbros, syeno-gabbros and anorthosites. Part IV. The nepheline syenites of the Hviddal composite dyke

B.G.J Upton
1964 Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse Bulletin  
Large Precambrian (Gardar) ENE-WSW dykes traverse the Tugtutôq region and can be traced for some 50 km. Thicknesses of up to 800 m in the ENE diminish rapidly towards the WSW.  ...  In the higher rocks towards the ENE the cumulus feldspar (An65) and olivine are joined by cumulus ilmenomagnetite and fluorapatite.  ...  However, it is with the nepheline syenites intruded as the central component of a large composite dyke on the island that this paper is concerned.  ... 
doi:10.34194/bullggu.v48.6582 fatcat:cgm2e25zxrhprpfi4imf62pnki

Page 79 of Musical Monthly Vol. 2, Issue [page]

1865 Musical Monthly  
She sprang to her feet, turned her large tobacco- coloured eyes toward heaven, and placed her snowy hand on the jewelled hilt of a poignard, such as heroines usually carry in their bosoms.  ...  The wily monster recoiled in horror from the beau- tiful, but wrathy, phantom he had himself aroused.  ... 

Portrayal of Interactions Between Humans and Coyotes (Canis latrans): Content Analysis of Canadian Print Media (1998-2010)
English

Shelley M. Alexander, Michael S. Quinn
2011 Cities and the Environment  
We conducted a content analysis of 453 articles addressing coyote events reported in the Canadian print media between 1998 and 2010.  ...  Hence, there is a strong need for media literacy about the unintended or intended maligning of coyotes to the general public, as the consequence can be social amplification of risk and the unwarranted  ...  are brazen intruders in the city.  ... 
doi:10.15365/cate.4172012 fatcat:tvpzbvm3r5b73ixawdzb6gxtw4

Forest related conflicts in South-East Cameroon: causes and policy options

R.A. Samndong, A. Vatn
2012 International forestry review  
Nevertheless, the final product is the full responsibility of the authors.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would wish to thank four anonymous reviewers, Espen Waehle and Kristin Rosendal for offering very valuable comments to earlier drafts of this paper.  ...  There is a large market for Eru in urban areas, and large-scale extractions of this product require a permit from the wildlife and forest authority.  ... 
doi:10.1505/146554812800923336 fatcat:mbci4ht6w5grrauj64q5oxbbu4

Page 532 of Spirit of the Times Vol. 26, Issue 45 [page]

1856 Spirit of the Times  
The consequence was a most perfect coolness in the lady towards her liege lord.  ...  Meredith, “where can you put the establishment in your Welsh mousetrap ?” *“‘Perhaps,” said Jack, smiling, ‘you may also consider it a lady-trap.  ... 

Page 617 of Spirit of the Times Vol. 20, Issue 52 [page]

1851 Spirit of the Times  
—A very large fox was shot on Friday week in the parish of Dyke, Inverness-shire.  ...  During this opera- tion the falconer hurries towards him and disengages him from his quarry in a coaxing and careful manner.  ... 

Page 590 of Spirit of the Times Vol. 29, Issue 50 [page]

1860 Spirit of the Times  
The farmers have this year reaped the harvest of this little intruder on their fields and spoiled the fun of the large intruderthe hunter—for many years to come.  ...  game, such as ducks, geese, &c., in large numbers.  ... 

Page 846 of None Vol. 37, Issue 1915 [page]

1893 None  
Eagles are always circling overhead, or sweeping off toward the lofty peaks of the in- terior, where in the heart of the Naha couutry are lakes and marshes on which mallard, teal, red-head, and a so-called  ...  They are willing to report the sight of a bear, or point to the thicket or gully where one is hiding, but they have too wholesome a respect to intrude.  ... 

THE CONQUEST OF CONTAGION

CHARLES FLOYD BURROWS
1915 The American Journal of Nursing  
Compared with typhoid fever the rapidity of its progress toward a fatality is as the speed of a twentieth century limited to that of a freight train.  ...  Furthermore, this wily ailment, not satisfied with being complex and bizarre, struggles lazily along in an unhurried fashion over a period of several weeks.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00000446-191502000-00004 fatcat:3dlfvljr5nbt7duzw7pwybf4em

Page 179 of The Woman's Journal Vol. 18, Issue 23 [page]

1887 The Woman's Journal  
The historian of those times must be unpartisan, but Mr. Thayer's essay is boastful in tone, exaggerated in its claim, and vituperative toward the abo- litionists. Mr.  ...  , and ire the services hose large ex- yade her pres ety-two public held—a few in irches, or ves- in Low’s Opera the closing one makers in these hich this cause n whose ability se hearts beat 1umanity.  ... 

Page 7 of Spirit of the Times Vol. 24, Issue 1 [page]

1854 Spirit of the Times  
wo JOats, and pada j = = panel 3 lown strean ufter going half a mile we steered towards the shore, and T yW { y g hot a partridge which wason a small tree looking at the intruders, and ed with moose tracks  ...  = i wily a tremendous eater ° } ’ y at wet) ' } } > We soon had eaten, and packe sverytning in f and st 1, +} +] . ; } Ric rydson’s pa ty being just hind us with the!  ... 
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