OSNOS

AcronymDefinition
OSNOSOpen Source Network Operating System
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Periodically an event occurs within the borders of West Virginia that brings about a new hillbilly caricature (Osnos 2014).
What happened was not really hacking; Estonia's sites were swamped with DDoS, Distributed Denial of Service (Osnos, 2017).
Based on his attached photo, Osnos may try to access his iPad again in 25,536,442 minutes-the equivalent of 48 years or until the year 2067.
To put what happened into perspective, Osnos' son input the wrong passcode many times to get this penalty, and he'll be 50 years old once the iPad is ready to use.
As America retreats, Osnos observed 'China has embarked on history's most expensive foreign infrastructure plan.
Commenting on the likelihood of Mr Trump not seeing out his term in office, the New Yorker's Mr Osnos commented: "In 228 years, only one President has resigned; two have been impeached, though neither was ultimately removed from office; eight have died.
(23) Evan Osnos, a staff writer for The New Yorker, concurs:
In the May 8 print issue of the New Yorker, for example, Evan Osnos, a staff writer, wrote a lengthy piece tellingly called 'End Games: What would it take to cut short Trump's presidency?' where he explained how critics could actively explore the path to impeachment by invoking the Twenty Fifth Amendment (added to the Constitution in 1967), which allows for the removal from office of a president judged to be mentally unfit.
Evan Osnos is a staff writer at The New Yorker covering politics and foreign affairs.
In 1999, Chinese exports were less than one-third of America's--a decade later China was the world's largest exporter (Osnos 2014, 40).
Power was "the first and most decisive advocate for aggressive actions in Libya, and she was a consistent voice before anybody else was," a senior official involved in the Libya actions told me," an unnamed "senior official involved in the Libya actions" told Evan Osnos of the New Yorker.