Marshall Rose
Marshall Rose
Marshall T. Rose is a network protocol and software engineer, author and speaker who has contributed to the Internet Engineering Task Force, the Internet, and Internet and network applications. More specifically, he has specialized in: network management distributed systems management applications management email service-oriented architecture (SOA). Rose holds a Ph.D.
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Relieved Rolls break duck - Hucknall Today
Google News - over 5 years
But ten-man Rolls grabbed a deserved winner ten minutes from the end when Ash Marshall rose high to nod home a corner from Aaron Short. ROLLS LINE-UP (5-3-2) — Rollson/ Paterson D., Needham J., Harrison R., Tolley, Marshall/ Niblett, Brookes,
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Show strikes silver with jubilee theme - Morpeth Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Most Points Overall – Vegetables (Green Salver), Flowers (T Marshall Rose Bowl), Vegetables & Flowers (Heighley Gate Challenge Trophy) and Dahlias (Chris Robson Cup): E Evans; Industrial (Shield): V Filer; Children aged nine and under (JW Gebhard
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Why secure email still doesn't stack up - SYS-CON Media (press release) (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Back in March 1998, I penned this post from work that Marshall Rose and I did on our Internet Messaging epic book. We said: The state of secure Internet email standards and products is best described as a sucking chest wound
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Ascot United 2-2 Holmer Green - Buckinghamshire Advertiser
Google News - over 5 years
Holmer continued to create chances and Williams reacted quickly to score after Allen's fizzing 25-yard drive was spilled by the Ascot stopper and Chris Allen's side went 2-1 up after the hour mark when Marshall rose well to head home an Eliot Derby
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Oil spill cleanup on Kalamazoo River continues a year later - The Detroit News
Google News - over 5 years
At Marshall's Rose Hill Inn bed and breakfast, owner Carol Lehman saw plenty of unfamiliar faces between August and November. "We had lots of interesting guests for about three months," she said. "At first there were local families forced out of their
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Bourne's North Shoes defies recession to open up new store in Stamford - Rutland and Stamford Mercury
Google News - over 5 years
The shop, which was formerly occupied by Soloro, also a shoe shop, will get a fresh lick of paint in North Shoes colours but there will not be a huge refurbishment. It will be run by trained shoefitter Lee Marshall Rose, who has worked at North Shoes
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ROSE FESTIVAL SOFTBALL: Mustangs take down two 4As on way to runner-up honors - Marshalltown Times Republican
Google News - almost 6 years
The Mustangs earned two victories over Class 4A schools before falling to Class 3A Norwalk, 7-4, in the championship game of the West Marshall Rose Festival Softball Tournament. Wins over Cedar Rapids Kennedy and Newton propelled East Marshall (14-4)
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Rose individual medalist in golf regional - Herald Palladium (subscription)
Google News - almost 6 years
By HP STAFF Watervliet's Brad Rose followed up his medalist performance in last week's boys golf district with another medalist outing in Thursday's Division 3 regional at The Medalist in Marshall. Rose's even par 72 earned him an individual spot in
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Sanford High School graduates launch their futures - Foster's Daily Democrat
Google News - almost 6 years
... Nicholas Levesque, Dillon J. Ludlow, Trevor W. MacDonald, Tom MacGregor, Amanda Beth MacPherson, Liam D. Mahoney, Kasey Joe Malta, Aaron Marshall, Rose Marie Martell, Hilari J. Martin, Ryan E. Martin, Kevin Andrew Martineau, Nathan William McCabe,
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Shirley Wild: 'Art of All Ages' show suports education programs - Long Beach Press-Telegram
Google News - almost 6 years
Seen at the scene: President Ginnie Wilcox (and her husband, Lloyd); Shirley Nyquist, Sheila and Dr. Bill Hanley, Beverly Culbertson, Leone Landis, Lynette Rausch, Jeanne Coughlin, Karen Henkenius, Ginny Oleen, Marian Cormie, Carol Marshall, Rose
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Education funding a concern for state - KC Community News
Google News - almost 6 years
Joe Aull, D-Marshall, rose to clarify the statement. "While we're near the same amount of money for school for the Foundation Formula, we enter the last week of the session and it looks like, for the second year in a row, we might not be able to make a
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Paid Notice: Deaths MILSTEIN, PAUL
NYTimes - over 6 years
MILSTEIN--Paul. The Trustees and staff of The New York Public Library deeply mourn the passing of Paul Milstein, one of the most highly esteemed members of the Library's family, who leaves an enormous legacy through his wonderful philanthropy throughout the City of New York. Together with his beloved wife, Irma, and their family, Paul was among the
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Paid Notice: Deaths PFORZHEIMER, CAROL K
NYTimes - over 6 years
PFORZHEIMER--Carol K. The Trustees and staff of The New York Public Library deeply mourn the passing of Carol K. Pforzheimer, their beloved friend, Honorary Trustee, and the mother of the Library's esteemed Trustee, Carl Pforzheimer III. Over the past four decades, Carol and her family have shown great devotion to the Library and enormous
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Paid Notice: Deaths MCGRAW, HAROLD W.
NYTimes - almost 7 years
McGRAW--Harold W.,Jr. The Trustees and staff of The New York Public Library deeply mourn the passing of one of the most esteemed members of the Library family, Harold W. McGraw, Jr. A devoted Trustee for three decades, a generous benefactor, and a great friend, he was deeply dedicated to the cause of education overall and to The New York Public
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Paid Notice: Deaths MCGRAW, HAROLD W.
NYTimes - about 7 years
McGRAW--Harold W.,Jr. The Trustees and staff of The New York Public Library deeply mourn the passing of one of the most esteemed members of the Library family, Harold W. McGraw, Jr. A devoted Trustee for three decades, a generous benefactor, and a great friend, he was deeply dedicated to the cause of education overall and to The New York Public
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Brooke Astor's Son Is Given 1 to 3 Years in Prison for Stealing From Her
NYTimes - over 7 years
The 85-year-old son of Brooke Astor, the longtime philanthropist and beloved doyenne of New York society, was sentenced Monday to one to three years in prison for siphoning millions from her before she died. It was a finale -- some would say a sobering, Shakespearean finale -- to a case that had mushroomed from a family feud over her care into a
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Paid Notice: Deaths PINCUS, LIONEL
NYTimes - over 7 years
PINCUS--Lionel. The Trustees and staff of The New York Public Library deeply mourn the passing of civic leader and philanthropist Lionel Pincus, who was a dedicated Library supporter for more than three decades. He established a generous endowment in support of the Library's exceptional map collections, and through his gifts to the Library and
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Essence of the Architect
NYTimes - almost 8 years
CONVERSATIONS WITH FRANK GEHRY By Barbara Isenberg Illustrated. 290 pp. Alfred A. Knopf. $40 When architects cannot erect they write, and thus we can expect an imminent increase in publications by underemployed practitioners of the building art. However, good times or bad, producing books has been mandatory for architects ever since the modernist
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Paid Notice: Deaths CULLMAN DOROTHY
NYTimes - almost 8 years
CULLMAN Dorothy. The Trustees and the staff of The New York Public Library deeply mourn the passing of Dorothy Cullman, one of the most dedicated members of the Library family, who, along with her devoted husband Lewis, was one of the nation's leading philanthropists in the arts, culture, and education. She was a tremendously loyal and generous
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