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definition of a computer does not include (a) an electronic computing device
(also known as a “server”) that provides services, resources, and data to
client electronic computing devices and/or workstations or (b) a network
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End User. See Authorized User.
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Multiple-User License; Site License.
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a local area network; this requires a Site License.
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Russian Industry Standards purchased by a Licensee, which includes a computer
file(s) or a hard copy version thereof and may include associated media,
printed materials, and electronic documentation. “Index of Russian Industry
Standards” means a Publication identified as one of the following: (i)
Alphanumeric Index of Russian Industry Standards, (ii) Index of Historical and
Withdrawn Russian Industry Standards, (iii) Category Index of Russian Industry
Standards, or (iv) modifications and derivative works thereof. When used in
the plural form, the term “Indexes of Russian Industry Standards” (or
“Indexes”) refers to all aforementioned Publications as a class of
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