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  • noun two-up A bat with a slot to conceal a third coin which is used for cheating (that coin being either a jack or gray). (Reference: Sidney J. Baker, The Australian Language, second edition, 1966, chapter XI section 3, page 243.)


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  • Although changing the LAN IP address from the default 192. 168.1.x to our test lab's is technically only a matter of changing the lan_ip, lannet, and lan_dhcpserver_range and activating the changes, we missed the time window to connect using the changed LAN address from our admin computer.

    D-Link DFL-210


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