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So, in the public key scenario, Alice and Bob need not trust the postal service as much.
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So and public
So, all works of Lovecraft published during his lifetime, became public domain in all 27 European Union countries on 1 January 2008.
So can international public opinion, by pressuring multinational companies to pay Third World workers wages usually found in more industrialized countries.
So far as the public cause is concerned, I am well content and satisfied ; for I know that it is right and true, and, what is more, it is the cause of Christ and God himself.
So towards the end of 19th century anatomy courses had been largely professionalised at established medical schools and public dissection was no longer common place.
So vocal was the outcry against the PNDC that it appeared on the surface as if the PNDC enjoyed little support among those groups who had historically molded and influenced Ghanaian public opinion.
So frightened was she of singing in public that she auditioned from the wings, leaving the pianists alone on stage ".
Behn often used her writings to attack the parliamentary Whigs claiming " In public spirits call ’ d, good o ’ th ’ Commonwealth … So tho ’ by different ways the fever seize … in all ’ tis one and the same mad disease.
So bathing had fallen out of fashion in Northern Europe long before the Renaissance, when the communal public baths of German cities were in their turn a wonder to Italian visitors.
So named by Christopher J. Rouland, the CTO of ISS, Slammer was first brought to the attention of the public by Michael Bacarella ( see notes below ).
So while the general public could easily perceive Jane Russell or Sophia Loren as " Russ Meyer material ", their balanced bodies did not mesh with Meyer's precise aesthetic preferences.
So often they are the litmus test by which public confidence in the institution is either won or lost.
So, by deceiving Daly, the bank, and the public, Rockefeller and Rogers had made Amalgamated Copper a $ 36 million profit before the company was even operating.
So long as the speech at issue is not " obscene " and thus not subject to First Amendment protection, it should be subject to the actual-malice standard when it concerns public figures.
" And So I Am a Comedienne ", an article published in Ladies Home Journal in July 1925, gave Dorothy a chance to recall her public persona: “ And so I am a comedienne, though I, too, once wanted to do heroic and tragic things.
So that a buyer cannot unwittingly buy property subject to a mortgage, mortgages are registered or recorded against the title with a government office, as a public record.
So the new cemetery was inaugurated almost unnoticed in the early morning hours on October 31, 1874, by the Mayor of Vienna Baron Cajetan von Felder and Cardinal Joseph Othmar Rauscher to avoid an escalation of the public controversy.
Despite these successes, he received little public attention in the next ten years ( except for his single release, " Say It Ain't So Joe " in 1975 ).
" So I trust that a critical public will hold constantly in mind that I am voluntarily avoiding words containing that symbol which is, by far, of most common inclusion in writing our Anglo-Saxon as it is, today.
So in political science and history, a public is a population of individuals in association with civic affairs, or affairs of office or state.
So and key
So there is no one source node for a key, and attempting to find where it is currently stored will result in it being cached more widely.
So, despite the interest, the flaw in EPR's argument was not discovered until 1964, when John Stewart Bell demonstrated precisely how one of their key assumptions, the principle of locality, conflicted with quantum theory.
So 50 supercomputers would be required to process ( 10 < sup > 18 </ sup >) operations per second ) would in theory require about 3 × 10 < sup > 51 </ sup > years to exhaust the 256-bit key space.
So given 28 characters of ciphertext it should be theoretically possible to work out an English plaintext and hence the key.
So, while experimenting with some homemade feeding mechanisms, Skinner invented the operant conditioning chamber which allowed him to measure rate of response as a key dependent variable using a cumulative record of lever presses or key pecks.
So far, not a single portrait has been definitely shown to depict the toga, a key symbol of Roman citizenship.
So if the keyword is " QUEENLY ", and the message is " ATTACK AT DAWN ", the key would be " QUEENLYATTACKATDAWN ".
So arresting is the shot that an outline of the key became a graphic element in the film's promotional material.
So for the key sectors like information technology, biotechnology, healthcare and various outsourcing services.
So, a key criticism is that the theorem is almost always inapplicable in economic reality, because real-world transaction costs are rarely low enough to allow for efficient bargaining.
He concluded his statement with ," So there you have it: two very key people in the overall success of Mambo are at the helm.
So, if users Bob, Carol, and Edward have signed Alice's certificate, user David may decide to trust that the public key in the certificate is Alice's ( all these worthies having agreed by their signatures on that claim ).
So Peirce's semiotic, his theory of sign relations, is key to understanding his entire philosophy of pragmatic thinking and thought.