Pla General Staff

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Janet Reno - Attorney General
... Reno was nominated and confirmed as the first woman to serve as the United States Attorney General ... Reno remained Attorney General for the rest of Clinton's presidency, making her the longest-serving Attorney General since William Wirt in 1829 ...
Janet Reno
... Janet Wood Reno (born July 21, 1938), served as the Attorney General of the United States, from 1993 to 2001 ... She was the first woman to serve as Attorney General and the second longest serving Attorney General after William Wirt ...
People's Liberation Army - Military Intelligence - Third Department
... The Third Department of the General Staff Headquarters is responsible for monitoring the telecommunications of foreign armies and producing finished intelligence based on the military information collected ... communications stations established by the Third Department of the PLA General Staff Headquarters are not subject to the jurisdiction of the provincial ... stations are entirely the agencies of the Third Department of the PLA General Staff Headquarters which have no affiliations to the provincial military district and the ...
33rd Infantry Division (Wehrmacht) - Commanders
... Speck April 29, 1940 Generalleutnant Rudolf Sintzenich November 1, 1940 General Friedrich Kühn March 22, 1941 Generalleutnant Heinrich von Prittwitz und Gaffron April 13 ...
History - Evolution of Database and DBMS Technology - Database Machines and Appliances
... specialized database machines could not keep pace with the rapid development and progress of general-purpose computers ... Thus most database systems nowadays are software systems running on general-purpose hardware, using general-purpose computer data storage ...

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