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1. a recognized style of horse and not a breed. Not to be confused with Hackney, the breed of harness horses. Mostly Thoroughbreds, sometimes with some Arab or Quarter horse blood. Any color, usually 14.2 to 15.2 hands high, may be lightweight or heavyweight.
2. to go for a ride.
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The main reason she has negative numbers is dishonesty about her non-secure e-mail and whether, as secretary of state, she transmitted or received hackable classified information.
TEHRAN (FNA)- It's becoming clearer that most any car is hackable.
The focus of news production management should not be the creation of a final product within a one-size-fits-all workflow; rather, the focus should be upon the creation of endlessly iterable content through a highly hackable CMS.
Such an ideal is difficult to achieve, since strict safeguards potentially can block emergency medical treatment, while hard-coded passwords (typically listed in the device user manual) are easily hackable.
Shaikh Salman cautioned establishments, companies and individuals from purchasing cheap hackable software because the consequences could be disastrous and costly.
Shaikh Salman bin Mohammed Al Khalifa cautioned establishments, companies and individuals from purchasing cheap hackable software for the purpose of saving because the consequences could be disastrous and costly.
The question then arises, when we allow our bodies to contain increasing amounts of personal, hackable data, is there cause for concern?
As if terrorists would be dumb enough to communicate by email, Skype or another hackable means.
Unless that same HVAC company had access to other similarly hackable billing systems, it's unlikely that its individual security flaws would lead to breaches of any more major companies.
Kids can learn robotics, 3D printing and programming for Arduino--small, hackable circuit boards that control other electronic devices like televisions or lighting fixtures.
News institutions should have a hackable workflow, support a form of "networked institutionalism," and have to relevantly reconsider "valid journalistic evidence.
These two open-source 3-D printers were cheap, but they were also hackable," Lipson says.