Gopher

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Gopher

General dogsbody who is sent to 'go for' things for the cast and crew. (US)
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Gopher

A menu-based system for browsing Internet information.
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Gopher

Document protocol for distributed document search, details ...
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gopher

[n] - burrowing rodent of the family Geomyidae having large external cheek pouches
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Gopher

An Internet tool used to search for files, graphics and more, using on screen menus.
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Gopher

A program on the Internet that organizes information into menus and lets users jump from one point on the 'net' to another.
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Gopher

essentially a text-only precursor of the World Wide Web - the user explores a Gopher server using a menu-driven interface. - pges of textual information are often available, and also search interfaces to databases - largely died the death since the World Wide Web stole its thunder
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Gopher

NATO designation for soviet surface-to-air missile system Strela-10 [SU]
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Gopher

Browsing software developed by the University of Minnesota that uses a tiered folder system to locate information worldwide on the Internet.
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Gopher

A menu based system for exploring Internet resources.
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Gopher

Gopher is a distributed document search and retrieval system that acted as a pre-web version of the World Wide Web. Being text-based it lost out to the graphical user interface of the modern day World Wide Web.
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Gopher

Go'pher noun [ French gaufre waffle, honeycomb. See Gauffer .] (Zoology) 1. One of several North American burrowing rodents of the genera Geomys and Thomomys , of the family Geomyidæ ; -- called also pocket gopher and pouched rat . Se
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gopher

<zoology> ... 1. One of several North American burrowing rodents of the genera Geomys and Thomomys, of the family Geomyidae; called also pocket gopher and pouched rat. See Pocket gopher, and Tucan. ... The name was originally given by French settlers to many burrowing rodents, from their honeycombing the earth. ... 2. One of several western A
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gopher

noun burrowing rodent of the family Geomyidae having large external cheek pouches; of Central America and southwestern North America
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Gopher

• (n.) A large land tortoise (Testudo Carilina) of the Southern United States, which makes extensive burrows. • (n.) One of several western American species of the genus Spermophilus, of the family Sciuridae; as, the gray gopher (Spermophilus Franklini) and the striped gopher (S. tridecemlineatus); -- called also striped prairie squirrel,
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Gopher

[train] The Gopher and Badger were trains operated by the Great Northern Railway between Saint Paul, Minnesota and the Twin Ports of Superior, Wisconsin and Duluth, Minnesota. The Great Northern introduced the services with two six-car streamlined trainsets on April 26, 1952. The two consists operated as the Badger for the morning trains #1
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gopher

a zealously energetic person (especially a salesman)any of various terrestrial burrowing rodents of Old and New Worlds; often destroy cropsburrowing rodent of the family Geomyidae having large external cheek pouches; of Central America and southwestern North Americaburrowing edible land tortoise of southeastern North America
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Gopher

Invented at the University of Minnesota in 1993 just before the Web, gopher was a widely successful method of making menus of material available over the Internet. Gopher was designed to be much easier to use than FTP, while still using a text-only interface. Gopher is a Client and Server style program, whichrequires that the user have a Gopher Cli
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gopher

gopher or pocket gopher,name for the burrowing rodents of the family Geomyidae, found in North America and Central America. The gopher is gray, buff, or dark brown. Its combined head and body length is 5 to 12 in. (13–30 cm) depending on the species; its tail is short. The name pocket gopher r...
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Gopher

Gopher is American slang for a resident of Minnesota.
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Gopher

Gopher is American slang for a resident of Minnesota.
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Gopher

The gopher (pouched rat) is a burrowing rodent of the genus Spermophulus found in the prairies of north and central America. They live in burrows and resemble the marmot. They have cheek pouches in which they carry food of plants, roots and seeds.
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Gopher

Gopher is a now defunct computer program developed at the University of Minnesota, which was formerly used to retrieve information from the internet. Like Archie, or a modern search engine,
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gopher

Any of a group of burrowing rodents. Gophers are a kind of ground squirrel represented by some 20 species distributed across western North America, Europe, and Asia. Length ranges from 15 cm/6 in to 90 cm/16 in, excluding the furry tail; colouring ranges from plain yellowish to striped and spotted species. (Genus Citellus
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