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Agnitum Ltd was founded in 1999 in St. Petersburg, Russia as software company. In 2000 Agnitum hired 2 developers and increased the number of staff people to 20 until 2002. Agnitum was originally focused on anti-trojan and PC connections monitoring solutions targeted on Windows PCs users. The company is now known mostly as a personal firewall and Internet security products provider. Outpost Firewall Pro, the flagship product of the company, was released in 2002 altogether with its freeware solution. Agnitum's products are mostly consumer-oriented, taking into account licensing Agnitum's products technologies to several national security software publishers.
- official website: www.agnitum.com
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А С - - * АсNosco, agnovi,agnitum, agnolcere, trfett: nen. Up. Аgnolcerearsalienum, bit ...
The Royal English Dictionary; Or, A Treasury of the English Language ... To which is Prefixed, A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Tongue ... The Third Edition Improved (1768)
by Daniel Fenning
[ agnitum thJ an at: - knowleaging. * To AGNFZE, V. A. [from AZ'MsCO, Lad] t' own; to avow 5 to ...
by Daniel Fenning
[agnitum, Lat.] an ac know-'edying. To AGNC7E, V. A. (from j(r«/«, ...
Selected and Arranged for the Pulpit and the Platform by Walter Baxendale
to sinners who have repented ; there is all the difference in the world between agnitum peccatum, attended by repentance, and veVe peccare, which is an inspiration of the devil. — Luther's Table Talk. 6176. SIN, must be renounced.
Lexicon Antiquitatum Romanarum, in quo Ritus et Antiquitates cum Græcis ac Romanis communes, tum Romanis peculiares ... exponuntur (1719)
by Samuel Pitiscus
Clodamirum filium Clodoyei regis Franciæ ipfumque Au reliæ Regem , in bello contra Burgundiones occifum fuiflè, a6 illifque agnitum , quòd in eo comam profufiorem, quæ illi ad tergùm protendebatur, amimadvertiffemt. INeque emim, inquit ...
by Abraham Rees
Supines in itum, from any other preterites, shorten the penultimate; as cubui, cubitum ; monui, monitum ; abolevi, obolitum ; agnovi, agnitum ; credidi, creditum: recensitum of recenfeo is long, on account of its origin from the obsolete censio, ...
Biographia Britannica: Or, the Lives of the Most Eminent Persons who Have Flourished in Great Britain and Ireland, from the Earliest Age, to the Present Times: Collected from The_best Authorities, Printed and Manuscript, and Digested in the Manner of Mr. Bayle's Historical and Critical Dictionary. - Volume the Fisrt [-fifth!. - The Second Edition, with Corrections, Enlargements, and the Addition of New Lives; by Andrew Kippis, D.D. and F.S.A. with Other Gentlemen. - London Printed by W. and A. Strahan (1789)
Biographia Britannica: or, the lives of the most eminent persons who have flourished in Great-Britain and Ireland .. by Andrew Kippis
Mibi quidem ex patris mei, qui ipsum audiit, fermonibus agnitum, ex Dostoribus unum, interriti/piritus acie, Arcangelum Mercenarium in/ignem philosophum, cum Critonio de Rebus Physicis copio/e, graviterque, di/erui/e, impugnando, ...
by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
Agnosco; agnitum: ad; nosco, Ad NI'tion. to acknowledge. Iesus of Nazareth was borne in Bethlem, a city of Iuda: where incontinent by the glorification of the angels, the agnition of the shepherds, the veneration of the wise men, the prophecy of ...
Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge, ed. by E. Smedley, Hugh J. Rose and Henry J. Rose. [With] Plates (1845)
by Edward Smedley
Agnosco: agnitum: ad; nosco, Agni'tion. 5 to acknowledge. lesus of Nazareth ...
Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
> Agnosco : agnitum : ad ; nosco, Aoni'tion. 5 t0 acknowledge.
A New Universal English Dictionary: or, a Compleat treasure of the English language, etc. [With plates.] (1759)
by William RIDER (A.B., of Jesus College, Oxford.)
(agnitum, Lat. fee AG NIzE) an acknowedging. To AGNI'ZE, v.a. (from agno/co, Lat.) to own; to ...
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