the alliance between France and Russia (1890), strengthened by a military convention (1892–93) and lasting until the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917.
the alliance between Germany and Austria-Hungary against Russia 1879–1918.
the alliance between France and Russia (1893–1917)
the secret Austro-German alliance against Russia (1879) later expanded to the Triple Alliance
The form of FDDI interface where a device is connected to both FDDI token-passing rings, so that uninterrupted operation continues in the event of a failure of either of the rings. All connections to the main FDDI rings are dual-attached. Typically, a small number of critical infrastructure devices such as routers and concentrators are dual-attached, […]
adjective 1. of or relating to mobile telephones that can operate on two GSM frequency bands
- Dual boot
operating system Any system offering the user the choice of two operation systems (OSes) under which to start a computer. A dual boot system allows the user to run programs for both operating systems on a single computer (though not simultaneously). The term “multiple boot” or “multiboot” extends the idea to more than two OSes. […]
[doo-uh l-kahrb, dyoo-] /ˈdu əlˈkɑrb, ˈdyu-/ adjective, Automotive. 1. (of an engine) equipped with a pair of carburetors.