SATAN


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SATANSecurity Administrator Tool for Analyzing Networks
SATANSecurity Analysis Tool for Auditing Networks
SATANSystem Administrator Tool for Analyzing Networks (software)
SATANSatellite Automatic Tracking Antenna
SATANSignal Applications to Audio Networks (software)
SATANSensor for Airborne Terrain Analysis
References in classic literature ?
You'll have to give him a course in 'Sartor Resartus,'" Sheldon laughed, as he came down and began to make friends with Satan.
Satan saw them, and advertised his find by breaking away from Sheldon's hands and charging.
Foiled here, Satan turned and charged back on Matauare.
The Tahitian watched Satan coolly, and when that sanguine-mouthed creature lifted into the air in the final leap, the man's hand shot out.
But Satan dogged the Tahitian's movements for a full hour before he made up his mind that the man was an appurtenance of the place.
William said meekly, "I leave our brethren to judge whether this is the voice of Satan or not.
When interviewed on Monday, Estrera told reporters that he did not regret killing his wife, 46-year-old Hiede, because she was the devil and could have been carrying in her womb the spawn of Satan.
Elegies frequently portray sympathetic subjects such as the Wanderer and Seaferer, yet Christ and Satan makes a point of emphasizing Satan's culpability and his continued desire to harm humanity, so that he has more in common with the many unsympathetic exiles in Old English poetry, including Cain, Grendel, and Nebuchadnezzar.
Satan calls on a wide range of helpers to revive Jacob's memories and return him to his poetry.
Critique: Inspired and inspiring, "The Warrior Way: How to Battle Satan and Win Every Time" is a compelling and rewarding read that is very highly recommended to all members of the Christian community regardless of their denominational affiliation.
While I understand the spirit of the argument against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, The Church of Satan and its literature do not demand special concessions be made for its members to practice.
Simply by comparing the beginning of Book 1 of Paradise lost to the opening lines of the Classical epics named above, it may become evident why a reader with some previous experience of the Classics is instantly tempted to think of Satan as the work's heroic protagonist.