Definitions for "HoST"
Any animal or plant affording lodgment or subsistence to a parasitic or commensal organism. Thus a tree is a host of an air plant growing upon it.
The animal or plant species in which a parasitic species (of nematode) receives its nutrition or shelter, and in which it must infect prior to reproducing itself. Some species may require several different hosts in order to advance through a complete life cycle. See Life history See Parasite
An organism (e.g. human) in which another organism (e.g. HIV) lives and reproduces.
The consecrated wafer, believed to be the body of Christ, which in the Mass is offered as a sacrifice; also, the bread before consecration.
Unleavened wafer used in Holy Communion.
ost] Feudal military service in the lord's army. (Gies, Joseph and Francis. Life in a Medieval Castle, 230) The consecrated bread of the mass. (Heath, Peter. Church and Realm, 1272-1461, 363)
HoST is a Hosting Server Tool which allows system administrators of virtual hosting solutions to administer their server and to allow clients to administer their own part of the server.
See: Internet host
In a Tivoli environment, a computer that serves as a managed node for a profile distribution.
One who receives or entertains another, whether gratuitously or for compensation; one from whom another receives food, lodging, or entertainment; a landlord.
To give entertainment to.
To lodge at an inn; to take up entertainment.
Keywords:  plasmid, virus, germ, foreign, dna
A cell used for the reproduction of foreign DNA, such as a plasmid or virus.
Use here to describe where a germ lives. For example, a person who has HIV is the host for the virus.
A cell or organism used for growth of a virus, plasmid, or other form of foreign DNA, or for the production of cloned substances.
Keywords:  cpu, peripherals, etpu, bus, processor
The PC CPU where the host application runs.
A processor or system usually consisting of a CPU and memory. A host communicates with other devices such as peripherals and other hosts on a SCSI bus. On the SCSI bus, a host is known by its SCSI address or SCSI ID.
The root of the USB architecture which provides signal/data and power (for bus-powered peripherals). In a USB application, the Host is typically within the main CPU.
A machine or system.
The name of a specific machine which allows domain access. A host is required to "house" your Website.
A Workload Scheduler workstation required by extended agents. It can be any scheduler workstation except another extended agent.
The player/pilot who initiates a mission/session. This pilot will appear in the "first" slot of the Sortie Room on either the top or bottom halves, depending on which side the entering player chooses. The Host Name is displayed as Pilot Name when viewing Available Sessions.
In DirectPlay, a virtual player whose ID is DPID_SYSMSG. The host manages system messages and messages sent to all players in a session.
The player who has created the particular online game session. The host gets to determine the rules of the game and who gets to play. If a player is being disruptive, it's the host who makes sure they get booted.
The patient (recipient) who receives donated stem cells Leukaemia Leukaemia is a cancer of the white blood cells. The four main types of leukaemia are Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) - a cancer of immature lymphocyte cells - lymphoblasts. Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) - a cancer of the immature myeloid cells. This disease occurs mainly in adults but can also affect children. Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) - a cancer of the lymphocyte cells. The most common type of leukaemia affecting adults. Very rare in children. Chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) - a cancer of the neutrophils cells. Rare in children. Match Patient and donor have the same tissue (HLA) types
program unit or subprogram that contains an internal procedure or module.
(n.) a main program or subprogram that contains an internal procedure is called the host of the internal procedure. A module that contains a module procedure is called the host of the module procedure.
The recipient of a stem cell transplant.
In the case of an organ or bone marrow transplantation, the recipient of the organ or marrow.
In bone marrow transplantation, the person who receives the marrow.
Keywords:  cisco, ios, chassis, router, platform
The platform in which the modem is installed. Usually used in the context of an interface declaration or definition. Cisco IOS software is enabled on the host.
The router chassis (for example, Cisco AS5300) that the carrier card is located in.
in automated material movement, the intelligent system that communicates with the equipment.
Physical characteristics of a hard disk drive in a system using the blocking and deblocking algorithm. The term, host, helps distinguish physical hardware characteristics from CP/M's logical characteristics. For example, CP/M sectors are always 128 bytes, although the host sector size can be a multiple of 128 bytes.
Health Open Systems Trials. A project funded by the National Library of Medicine ( NLM) to develop telemedicine demonstration projects that evidence an Open Systems approach. Major partners include IBM and Sprint.
Keywords:  lookup, dns, section, utility, see
DNS lookup utility, see the section called "Other hosts".
DNS lookup utility, see Section 10.1.2.6.
A person who has authority to modify settings on the work area setup information, send e-mail reminders to work area users, and to create official responses.
A mainframe or minicomputer that users can access via dumb terminals or with PCs running a terminal-emulation program.
An authorized user who schedules and/or starts and ends a meeting; controls attendee access to the meeting and teleconference; and designates the current presenter. See also attendee; authorized user; presenter.
Keywords:  membot, memeoid, meme, infected, whom
A person in whom infection may or may not occur.
A person who has been successfully infected by a meme. See infection, membot, memeoid.
Infected person
one of the partners in a symbiosis, generally the larger one (thus, the sea anemones that are the subject of this book are hosts to both fish and algal symbionts)
Keywords:  keio, ercim, mit, fellows, employed
One of the sponsoring organizations of W3C, presently MIT, ERCIM and Keio. The part of the Team who are not Fellows are employed by or contracted to the Hosts.
Use for a person who performs as a master of ceremonies maintaining overall control of the on-camera performances of guests May also preside over discussions for the purpose of ensuring a fair representation of each participant's point of view.
In psychology and mental health, a host is the most important (to therapeutic goals) mental entity in someone who has dissociative identity disorder (formerly known as multiple personality disorder). Often this is thought to be the root of the person's psyche, or at least a key figure for completion of therapy, whether or not it has integration as a goal.
The animal from which the mosquito takes a blood meal.
An employee who accompanies an interview candidate and incurs meal expenses not related to the formal interview process.
Keywords:  throng, multitude, great, number
Any great number or multitude; a throng.
Interchangeable with Leader or Chairperson. Person who leads or the main speaker on a conference call.
Person conducting the conference. This person determines and controls all aspects of the conference.
Keywords:  stp, sponsoring, agent
Sponsoring (or Host) agent for an STP.
Keywords:  paradise, album, studio, british, lost
Host is a studio album recorded by British band Paradise Lost.
Keywords:  kwcusa, overseeing, affirmed, ten, team
One of the primary sites where the Team is physically located.
The person or company responsible for overseeing an event as affirmed by being listed at this site on one of the ten KWCUSA regional pages.
Keywords:  nibblies, tray, hand, woman, her
the woman with the tray of nibblies in her hand
Keywords:  msdn, microsoft, dot, www, com
the part of an internet address which comes before the first dot - e.g. http://host.DOMAIN.com . A domain may have any number of hosts, e.g. http://msdn.microsoft.com , http://www.microsoft.com
A classification used to indicate the permeability of the soil and the percentage runoff from a particular area
Person who oversees the quality of a chat room and encourages people to join in. They may also keep the history of an online community and organise special events.
The Hostname of the endpoint to which the resource model was distributed.
The hardware used to support applications and offer services
A system that includes TCP/IP and runs applications that provide files or services or that shares the system's resources.
See Service Provider
Keywords:  boot, master, see
See IP host. See also master boot host.
Keywords:  army, war, gathered, men, number
An army; a number of men gathered for war.
Keywords:  rfc, aka, node, requirements
aka node host requirements RFC
Keywords:  platform, executes, software
platform on which software executes.
Keywords:  born, natural, personality, term
Term given to the person who is the natural born personality.
The presenter identity who is most often in executive control of the body. (This can change over the course of the individual's life.)
Keywords:  patient, body
the patient’s body.