one of the two main divisions of the Plymouth Brethren that, in contrast to the Exclusive Brethren, permits contacts with members outside the sect
operating system A version of BSD Unix with an emphasis on security. A lot of security work that is ported to other free operating systems originates with OpenBSD and a lot of code review is done here. Sub-projects of OpenBSD include implementations of SSH (http://openssh.org/), ntpd (http://openntpd.org/), and CVS, to be called OpenCVS. OpenBSD Home […]
noun 1. an audition, especially for actors or dancers, open to anyone wishing to try out.
[oh-puh n-kast, -kahst] /ˈoʊ pənˌkæst, -ˌkɑst/ adjective, British Mining. 1. .
- Opencast mining
/ˈəʊpənˌkɑːst/ noun 1. (Brit) mining by excavating from the surface Also called (esp US) strip mining, (Austral. and NZ) open-cut mining