Definitions

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  • Relating to gaining access to network resources, such as Wi-Fi access, by locating and exploiting unprotected access addresses.

Etymologies

from the 1983 movie Wargames, which featured war-dialing (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • James Gordon, M.D., of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine www.cmbm.org, has used this simple and ancient technique to transform trauma and build connections in war- and disastertorn areas such as Kosovo, the Middle East, and New Orleans.4 It is called “soft belly.”

    The UltraMind Solution

  • The Benefit system was put in place to assist those after the war- The Queen then invited anyone from any of the countries which had been robbed of their wealth to come and live here at our expense.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • I would prefer to see government spending capped at an inflation adjusted dollar amount, with specific exemptions for extraordinary events such as natural disasters and war- with those exemptions requiring two thirds votes.

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

  • The 1993 Mogadishu battle had soured American leaders on any further of intervention in war- and famine-plagued Somalia - until 9/11 changed their minds.

    Wired Top Stories

  • I'm sure our 'leaders' have the stomach for another civil war- indeed any war.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • not only the palis have to pay for losing a war- every nation pay that price. ask the germans, japs or any other nation you've beated over the years.

    The Guardian World News

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