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  • The products include a Fibre Channel mezzanine host bus adapter card for HP's BladeSystem c-Class servers; a virtualization SAN starter kit that bundles storage arrays, Host bus adapters (HBA) and storage-area network (SAN) switches for pre-integrated deployment; and a 64-port 8Gbps Fibre Channel module for HP/Brocade SAN switches that boosts FibreChannel port density.

    Brocade, HP unveil data center extensions

  • My friends and I never went so far as to learn Klingon, but I did host a "How to Host a Mystery: Star Trek: Edition" for my 15th birthday.

    Now THAT'S What I'm Talkin' 'Bout

  • His lawyers got my website shut down by complaining to my host 'Just Host'.

    Clever advertising or not? You decide

  • There was a very upsetting occurrence in his host family compound last Sunday when the Host dad beat one of the wives.

    In case you're interested...

  • Thankfully, by the end of the show, the mother came in and tipped the host with a $5, which made the Host very happy.

    Starship Exeter

  • There were many elderly gentlemen in the author's younger days, who still held it part of the amusement of a journey "to parley with mine host," who often resembled, in his quaint humour, mine Host of the Garter, in the Merry Wives of Windsor; or Blague of the George, in the Merry Devil of Edmonton.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 13, No. 368, May 2, 1829

  • Most sustained of all, though he tells no tale, is, from the nature of the case, the character of Harry Bailly, the host of the Tabard, himself -- who, whatever resemblance he may bear to his actual original, is the anecestor of a long line of descendants, including mine Host of the Garter in the "Merry Wives of Windsor."

    Chaucer

  • There were many elderly gentlemen in the author's younger days, who still held it part of the amusement of a journey ` ` to parley with mine host, '' who often resembled, in his quaint humour, mine Host of the

    The Waverley

  • Goths were by now in the water or up on the Wolfing meadow with the more part of their baggage and wains; and the rest of the host was drawn up in good order, band by band, waiting the word to take the water, and the captain was standing nigh to the river bank beside their God the chief banner of the Host.

    The House of the Wolfings

  • So the vanward of the host tarried not, and the captains left word with the men from under House-stone that the rest of the Host should fare on after them speedily, and that they should give this word to each company, as men came up from out the gap.

    The Roots of the Mountains; Wherein Is Told Somewhat of the Lives of the Men of Burgdale

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