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Definition of Contended

Contend
Contend Con*tend", v. t. To struggle for; to contest. [R.] Carthage shall contend the world with Rome.Dryden.

Meaning of Contended from wikipedia

- full bus speed, but contended memory space is shared between the ULA and the Z80, with the ULA having higher priority. Contended memory occupies addresses...
- Contending Forces: A Romance Illustrative of Negro Life North and South is Pauline Hopkins' first major work, published in 1900. Contending Forces focuses...
- "The Contendings of Horus and Seth" is a mythological story from the Twentieth Dynasty of Egypt found in the first sixteen pages of the Chester Beatty...
- the lower the effective bandwidth offered, especially at peak times. A contended service is a service which offers the users of the network a minimum statistically...
- is a legal term that comes from the Latin phrase for "I do not wish to contend" (nōlō contendere, Latin pronunciation: [ˈnoːɫoː kɔnˈtɛndɛrɛ]). It is also...
- advancements in prosthetics. Hunter Skott, who has worked as a fluffer, contended in an interview that they "are only used for a gangbang or ****, not...
- early state formation should be treated on its own. Voluntary theories contend that diverse groups of people came together to form states as a result...
- non-teaching school staff to the regional authorities. Critics of this plan contended that tax revenue was insufficient to pay for the resulting costs, and...
- Jesuit missionary in Qing China. He mostly worked in Shanxi, where he contended against the restrictions on Chinese Rites. Banished to Guangzhou in 1724...
- inconsistencies in the way species are classified by the IUCN. The researchers contend that the IUCN's process of categorization is "out-dated, and leaves room...