Apache

Elk horn fiddlers, a fierce tribe of AZ and NM.
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Apache

[n] - any member of Athapaskan tribes that migrated to the southwestern desert (from Arizona to Texas and south into Mexico) 2. [n] - a Parisian gangster 3. [n] - the language of the Apache people
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Apache

The most widely available HTTP server on the Internet. It supports the PERL and PHP languages.
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Apache

(In topic `Web Development`) Apache is a free, open-source HTTP compliant web server that comes with an unrestrictive license. Apache (its name derives from ‘A PAtCHy server`) is run on over 6 million servers (as of Feb` 2000). It is highly configurable and extensible with 3rd-party modules.
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Apache

The Apache HTTP Server, commonly referred to simply as Apache, is a web server notable for playing a key role in the initial growth of the World Wide Web. Apache was the first viable alternative to the Netscape Communications Corporation web server (currently known as Sun Java System Web Server), and has since evolved to rival other Unix-based web ...
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Apache

An open source HTTP server for Unix, Windows NT, and other platforms. Apache was developed in early 1995, based on code and ideas found in the most popular HTTP server of the time, NCSA httpd 1.3. It has since evolved to rival (and probably surpass) almost any other Unix based HTTP server in terms of functionality, and speed.
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Apache

Member of an American Indian people who migrated from Canada to Arizona, and parts of Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, and north Mexico, between AD 850 and 1400. The Apache language belongs to the...
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APACHE

Arme Propulsee a Charges Ejectables [FR], Attack Helicopter [US]
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APACHE

Acute Physiology And Chronic Health Evaluation
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APACHE

Association Pour l'Amélioration des Conditions d'Hospitalisation des Enfants
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apache

An acronym for acute physiology and chronic health evaluation, a scoring system using routinely collected data and providing an accurate, objective description for a broad range of intensive care unit admissions, measuring severity of illness in critically ill patients. This classification system is composed of two parts: a physiology score represe...
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Apache

noun the language of the Apache
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Apache

noun any member of Athapaskan tribes that migrated to the southwestern desert (from Arizona to Texas and south into Mexico); fought a losing battle from 1861 to 1886 with the United States and were resettled in Oklahoma
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Apache

(from the article `open source`) ...important faction remains the development network around the Linux operating system, which is fast eclipsing older UNIX variants. Other ...
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Apache

North American Indians who, under such leaders as Cochise, Mangas Coloradas, Geronimo, and Victorio, figured largely in the history of the Southwest ... [16 related articles]
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Apache

[instrumental] `Apache` is a much-recorded instrumental written by Jerry Lordan. The original version was by the British group The Shadows, recorded in June 1960 and released the following month. It topped the UK Singles Chart for five weeks. In North America, the tune is identified with Jørgen Ingmann, a jazz guitarist from Denmark. In 19...
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APACHE

The default web server software and used by over 60% of the web servers on the web. It is open source, has a good security record and is very flexible. Even though version 2 has been out for a few years, it's still version 1 that is most common in shared hosting environments, partly due to requirements from PHP.
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Apache

[rapper] Anthony Peaks (December 26, 1964 – January 22, 2010), better known as Apache, was an American rapper. Apache emerged from New Jersey in the late 1980s as a front man for the Flavor Unit, a hip-hop group. He first appeared on the Flavor Unit album, The 45 King Presents The Flavor Unit, in 1990. Apart from his individual records, h...
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Apache

The most common web server (or HTTP server) software on the Internet. Apache is an open-source application originally created from a series of changes ('patches') made to a web server written at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, the same place the Mosaic web browser was created. Apache is designed as a set of modules, enabling ad...
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Apache

Apache (upăch'ē) , Native North Americans of the Southwest composed of six culturally related groups. They speak a language that has various dialects and belongs to the Athabascan branch of the Nadene linguistic stock (see Native American languages), and their ancestors entered the a...
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Apache

The Apache are an Athabaskan people comprising several American Indian tribes that live in south-west USA. The seven tribes appear to have formerly been a single tribe that divided over the years and settled in separate parts of the south-west of the USA, mainly in Arizona and Texas where they resisted settlement by the Spanish, but were themselves...
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Apache

Apache is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Apache

Member of an American Indian people who migrated from Canada to Arizona, and parts of Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, and north Mexico, between AD 850 and 1400. The Apache language belongs to the Athabaskan linguistic group, through which they are related to the neighbouring Navajo. Buffalo hunting and ...
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Apache

[dance] Apache, or La Danse Apache, Bowery Waltz, Apache Turn, Apache Dance and Tough Dance is a highly dramatic dance associated in popular culture with Parisian street culture at the beginning of the 20th century. The name of the dance (pronounced ah-PAHSH, not uh-PATCH-ee, like the English pronunciation of the Native American tribe) is t...
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Apache

[gang] Les Apaches (lang) were members of a Parisian Belle Époque underworld subculture. Apaches were so called because their alleged savagery was compared with that attributed by Europeans to the Native American tribes of Apaches. The Apaches were especially associated with some districts of Paris: Belleville, la Bastille, La Villette and...
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