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ARIN and formerly
ARIN formerly covered Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe until AfriNIC was formed.

ARIN and ),
The ARIN membership elects the Board of Trustees ( BoT ), which has ultimate responsibility for the business affairs and financial health of ARIN, and manages ARIN's operations in a manner consistent with the guidance received from the Advisory Council and the goals set by the registry's members.
Before AFRINIC was formed, IP addresses for Africa were distributed by the Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre ( APNIC ), the American Registry for Internet Numbers ( ARIN ), and the RIPE NCC.

ARIN and until
The first president of ARIN was Kim Hubbard, from 1997 until 2000.

ARIN and LACNIC
: The Number Resource Organization ( NRO ) is made up of the five RIRs: AfriNIC, APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC and the RIPE NCC.

ARIN and was
" Until this time IP address registration in the ARIN region was done by a department within the Network Solutions corporation, which provided the initial staff and computer infrastructure for ARIN.
At that time, responsibility for these tasks was transferred by the National Science Foundation for these tasks from the InterNIC project to ARIN via modification of the cooperative agreement with Network Solutions.
A Business Plan of this new organization was developed and presented to ARIN, the organization responsible for this region at that moment.

ARIN and .
The American Registry for Internet Numbers ( ARIN ) is the Regional Internet Registry ( RIR ) for Canada, many Caribbean and North Atlantic islands, and the United States.
ARIN manages the distribution of Internet number resources, including IPv4 and IPv6 address space and AS numbers.
ARIN opened its doors for business on December 22, 1997 after incorporating on April 18, 1997.
ARIN is a nonprofit corporation with headquarters in Chantilly, Virginia, USA.
ARIN is one of five Regional Internet Registries ( RIRs ) in the world.
ARIN provides services related to the technical coordination and management of Internet number resources.
: Applying the principles of stewardship, ARIN, a nonprofit corporation, allocates Internet Protocol resources ; develops consensus-based policies ; and facilitates the advancement of the Internet through information and educational outreach.
For information on requesting Internet number resources from ARIN, see https :// www. arin. net / resources / index. html.
Organization services pertain to interaction between stakeholders, ARIN members, and ARIN.
All ARIN policies are set by the community.
The Number Resource Policy Manual, ARIN ’ s complete set of current policies, is available at https :// www. arin. net / policy / nrpm. html.
Membership is not required to participate in ARIN ’ s policy development process or to apply for Internet number resources.
ARIN consists of the Internet community within its region, its members, a 7-member Board of Trustees, a 15-member Advisory Council, and a professional staff of about 50.
The Board of Trustees and Advisory Council are elected by ARIN members for three-year terms.
In addition to the BoT, ARIN has an advisory council that advises ARIN and the BoT on IP address allocation policy and related matters.

formerly and covered
Historical expansion of the usage of Slavic languages in the South and East, and Germanic languages in the West reduced the geographic distribution of Baltic languages to a fraction of the area which they had formerly covered.
Around the highest peaks, remnants of dense rain forest that formerly covered much of the area are still found.
This was formerly the universal custom and still persists among the less sophisticated Veddas who sometimes in addition place a large stone upon the chest for which no reason could be given, this is observed at Sitala Wanniya ( off Polle-bedda close to Maha Oya ), where the body is still covered with branches and left where the death occurred.
The accepted meaning of the name fits this region as well as any on the sea coast, as the lakes of this valley formerly covered one-tenth of its area.
The East Hancock neighborhood was formerly characterised by a number of deep ravines originally covered with wooden sidewalks that were filled in by the Dakota Heights Land Company ; the neighbourhood was then " subdivided into residential lots ".
Places in London's outer boroughs such as Harrow, Barnet, Enfield, Ilford, Romford, Bexleyheath, Bromley, Hounslow, Richmond, Croydon, Sutton, Kingston and Uxbridge are therefore covered by parts of twelve adjoining postcode areas ( EN, IG, RM, DA, BR, TN, CR, SM, KT, TW, HA and UB ), formerly in five postal counties.
Area code 330 was introduced for remaining outlying areas formerly covered by area code 216, including Akron, Brunswick, Canton, Medina, Warren and Youngstown.
Prague is covered " journalistically " by the Shawnee News Star and the Prague Times Herald and praguecommunity. com, which is formerly praguetimesherald. com.
The disorders formerly encompassed by the term covered a wide range of mental disorders now diagnosed as organic brain syndromes, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other psychotic disorders.
Much of the land now covered with housing was formerly taken by a number of family-run market gardening businesses growing fruit or flowers for the Brighton Market or Covent Garden in London.
* 2000 Industrial metal musician Betty X covered " Sex Dwarf " with producer Vincent Saletto and guitarist Bizz aka Bryce Bernuis ( both formerly of the Genitorturers ) on her EP Bad Side of Love.
In the High Moselle and Meurthe basins, moraines, boulders and polished rocks testify to the existence of ancient glaciers which formerly covered the top of the Vosges.
* Bonneville cutthroat trout: endemic to area formerly covered by Lake Bonneville
The coastal area is fertile, and was formerly covered by the humid Pernambuco coastal forests, the northern extension of the Atlantic Forests ( Mata Atlântica ) of eastern Brazil.
Thames Valley Police, formerly known as Thames Valley Constabulary, is the territorial police force responsible for policing the Thames Valley area covered by the ceremonial counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
Town centre shopping Key shops and other outlets within the town centre include a multi-screen cinema, a covered market way, the Cornish Studies Centre, an old butter market, various antique shops, a second hand book shop and two supermarkets, plus Greens Newsagents, The Emporium ( formerly John Oliver's ) which still carries on the tradition of selling music and books ( mainly of local historical interest ) and antiques, as well as providing other products ( gifts, stationery, greeting cards, etc.
Now largely ceremonial and charitable, these crafts and guilds formerly fulfilled the role of regulation much of which is now covered by local government.
The station formerly covered the Isle of Man between 26 March 1965 and 15 July 2009.
The company has used EDGE technology on its network and has received a 3G ( UMTS ) license, formerly removed from Eircom's competitor, Smart Telecom ( This required 33 % of the population to be covered by 3G by September 2008.
Etruscan chamber-tombs nearby include the Tanella di Pitagora ( halfway up the hill from Camucia ): the fine masonry of the tomb stands exposed, but was formerly covered by an earth mound.
The district was named after " Lujia Wan ", literally " Lu's Bay ", formerly a bend in a local river which had since been covered up.
In Australia vast areas formerly covered in rainforest have become so dry that oxisols have formed a hard ironstone cover upon which only skeletal soils can form.
Area code 330 was introduced for remaining outlying areas formerly covered by area code 216, including Akron, Brunswick, Canton, Medina, Warren and Youngstown.

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