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  Crypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In medieval terms, a crypt (from the Latin crypta and the Greek kryptē) is a stone chamber or vault, usually beneath the floor of a church, usually containing tombs of important personalities such as saints or saints' relics, or high ranking church officials.
Crypts are typically found below the apse such as at Saint-Germain en Auxerre, but occasionally found beneath church wings and naves.
Crypts are usually found in cemeteries and in religious buildings such as cathedrals but are also occasionally found on personal estates.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Crypt   (310 words)

This was the origin, first of the confessio of the basilicas, and, at a later period, of the crypt which answered the same purpose in the churches of the early Middle Ages.
In this way the Romanesque crypt is the direct descendant of the hypogoeum or excavation of the early Christian catacomb.
Occasionally their floor was but little below the surface of the ground, as in the eastern crypt at Canterbury; or it was on a level with the pavement of the nave, as in San Miniato, Florence In these latter cases the crypt practically became a second or lower church, e.g.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04558a.htm   (514 words)

 About Crypt Newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
I make the assumption that Crypt Newsletter regulars don't like watered-down material arbitrarily made that way because some editor has glommed onto the patronizing idea that those Americans who read their news must be addressed as if they are intellectual children.
Crypt Newsletter has been on National Public Radio on the subculture of the computer virus underground and on the Voice-of-America radio on the alleged potential of information warfare.
Crypt Newsletter was used as the critical resource for the North Atlantic Alliance's 1999 white paper on computer security and information warfare: Read it here.
sun.soci.niu.edu /~crypt/other/aboutex   (824 words)

 Oglethorpe University : About Us : Crypt Of Civilization : International Time Capsule Society
The inaugural meeting of ITCS was held at Oglethorpe University in the spring of 1990, on the 50th anniversary of the sealing of the Crypt of Civilization.
The Crypt was first proposed by Oglethorpe's president, Thornwell Jacobs, the "father of the modern time capsule," in an article in the November 1936 issue of Scientific American.
The Crypt was sealed on May 28,1940, and it is not to be opened until May 28, 8113 A.D. Dr. Jacobs calculated this date from the first fixed date in history, 4241 B.C. when most historians believe the Egyptian calendar was established.
www.oglethorpe.edu /about_us/crypt_of_civilization/international_time_capsule_society.asp   (937 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
It addresses the same topic Crypt Newsletter has touched upon for the past two years: the unreliability of sources in the mainstream general news media and computer industry and the lack of proper skepticism leveled at them.
Crypt Newsletter knows how to select weird computer viruses under extreme conditions to poke holes in just about any anti-virus software and ARF is no exception, however, without going into a lot of needless detail it's accurate to say the software is extremely robust against the vast majority of computer viruses in circulation.
Crypt News is still specialized, but anti-virus researchers and virus-writers were a very narrow demographic.
sun.soci.niu.edu /~crypt/other/crypt35   (10374 words)

 Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Medicis' secret crypt unearthed
A long-rumoured secret crypt of Italy's mighty Medici family was discovered by scientists yesterday after a hunt reminiscent of an Indiana Jones movie.
According to Italian media reports, the hidden crypt is between 2.1 metres (7ft) and 2.4 metres high and six metres by at least four metres wide.
However, inside the crypt, there were another eight bodies, one of an adult and the remaining seven of children.
www.guardian.co.uk /italy/story/0,12576,1256459,00.html   (556 words)

 Horror Zombies from the Crypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
zombies crypt cable crypt crypt raider horror rocky horror horror show horror pictures horror picture horror movies horror movie amityville horror horror books
Crypt Crawl Directory for horror movies and other horror related material.
Crypt Crawl Horror Search Horror search engine and directory.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Horror_Zombies_from_the_Crypt.html   (216 words)

 Crypt Abscess   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
The tubular crypt of Leiberkuhn rounds the corner, in and out of the plane of section twice, giving it a double look.
Contrast the healthy crypts at the left edge with the abscessed crypt, and the neutrophils in the crypt abscess with the lymphocytes and plasma cells between the crypts.
Crypt abscesses are typical of ulcerative colitis, though not diagonstic.
www.pathguy.com /~tdemark/0068.htm   (114 words)

 The Shadowlands: Famous Hauntings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
Each time the crypt was opened, the coffins put back to their original locations and sealed again.
The crypt was then sealed and an additional slab of marble that took 4 men to lift was put in the entrance.
The crypt was opened and the coffins were found moved about the inside of the crypt.
www.theshadowlands.net /famous/barbados.htm   (178 words)

Thirty-three colours and one guidon are suspended on horizontal shafts from the walls of the Crypt.
Three King’s colours in the Crypt - 8th, 58th and 59th battalions - have no honours emblazoned on them but all of these units have colours in other parts of the State which carry the respective honours.
In the centre of the Crypt is a bronze statue of a father and son.
www.shrine.org.au /content.asp?Document_ID=1032   (570 words)

 crypt - definition by dict.die.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
crypt n : a cellar or vault or underground burial chamber (especially beneath a church)
My knees are bowed in crypt and shrine.
crypt Unix command to perform encryption and decryption.
dict.die.net /crypt   (106 words)

 Padre Pio - Convento Frati Cappuccini
This crypt is one of the most impressive features of the entire complex.
The radial pattern of conical vaults designed for its ceiling is intended to heighten the spiritual character of this structure, which has its focal point in the tomb of Blessed Padre Pio.
The saint's function as a spiritual pillar of faith is echoed by a monumental circular pillar placed in the middle of the crypt.
www.conventopadrepio.com /inglese/nuovachiesa/cripta.html   (322 words)

 Crypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
Here is the next stage of construction on the crypt.
The muslin was sprayed with different shades of grey paint and then a final coat of the granite spray.
This made it look like it was the same material as the rest of the crypt.
members.tripod.com /~kmarcrum/hcrypt.html   (185 words)

 The Crypt Newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
Crypt News as expert talking head: National Academy of Science's "IS & T" Fall 2003 Forum.
Crypt News focuses on the bitchin' feud between big anti-virus vendors in 1997.
Crypt News readers say the Joseph K Tech Terminology Guide is one of the funniest pieces of satire on the Net.
sun.soci.niu.edu /~crypt   (2570 words)

 Crypt Breaker's Workbench Readme
This is the Read.me file for the Crypt Breaker's Workbench.
It discovers both the text and the key, and thus is also useful for rapidly decrypting files which have been encrypted with the same key.
However, IBM only grants free use of DES if it is used according to NBS guidelines, and self-inverse is not one of the accepted operating modes.
axion.physics.ubc.ca /cbw.html   (1341 words)

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They were attached on the front of the crypt, on either side of the styrofoam "plaque".
On both ends of the crypt I attached styrofoam crosses for an added touch.
A CD player inside the crypt repeatedly played a womans voice calling for help and begging to be let out.
www.halloweenie.50megs.com /page0007.html   (239 words)

 crypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
The crypt() function is a string encoding function.
The first two characters of this string may be used to perturb the encoding algorithm.
The return value of crypt() points to static data that is overwritten by each call.
www.opengroup.org /onlinepubs/7908799/xsh/crypt.html   (137 words)

 Crypt, Encryption Decryption and Cryptography Component - VisualMart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
VisualSoft Crypt includes powerful Rijndael Algorithm, which is a Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) approved Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) for symmetric encryption.
VisualSoft Crypt can be used to protect sensitive data in Government, Financial, Health Care and e-Business Applications.
VisualSoft Crypt 3.0 was nominated for the SC Awards 2001-Reader Trust Award categories for Best Encryption Product.
www.visualmart.com /comdcom/crypt.asp   (302 words)

 Crypt definition - Medical Dictionary definitions of popular medical terms
Crypt: In anatomy, a crypt is variously a blind alley, a tube with no exit, a depression, or a pit -- in an otherwise fairly flat surface.
Cryptic in the case of the tonsils refer to the tonsillar crypts which are little pitlike depressions in the tonsils.
Thus, cryptic tonsillitis may be hidden, concealed because it is down in the pits (of the tonsil).
www.medterms.com /script/main/art.asp?articlekey=7439   (201 words)

 PHP: crypt - Manual
Arguments are a string to be encrypted and an optional salt string to base the encryption on.
AFTER you crypt() your plain-text password, with 2 RANDOM characters, the RESULTING scrambled output with have the 2 randomly-selected characters as its first 2 characters.
It is likely that the php version of crypt() interfaces relatively directly with the C-library crypt() function, usually contained in libcrypt.
us2.php.net /crypt   (1574 words)

 steve dekorte - projects - shareware - crypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
Crypt is a native MacOSX application for encrypting and decrypting files with a password of your choice.
Crypt features 448 bit encryption using the Blowfish cipher.
Blowfish is currently the fastest mainstream block cipher and is used in OpenSSH.
www.dekorte.com /projects/shareware/Crypt   (112 words)

 Black Crypt @ RavenGames.com
Rick Johnson finally released a test version of the OpenGL port of Black Crypt, which is working fine (at least for me).
We just got information directly from Raven Software that the PC port of Black Crypt (started in 1998 and mentioned in a PlanetSoldier chat a couple of months ago) is rather unlikely to be released anytime soon.
While up to this day only low quality, barely readable scans from the original manual have been circulating on the web, now we can present you with a high quality redraw of all maps, including full legend and even a couple of corrections/enhancements vs the originals.
www.ravengames.com /blackcrypt   (633 words)

 Crypt: Into the Mists: News - Miscellaneous
By placing yourself within the context of Crypt, it is understood that you are giving consent for it to be used for the game and the Admin's stories.
Crypt first opened in April, 1994, at cadman.cit.buffallo.edu 7171, running PennMUSH.
Special thanks must be given, of course, to the original player of Bayne, for conceiving of Crypt in the first place.
crypt.mendron.com /news_misc.html   (1103 words)

 Welcome to St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, UK
The Café in the Crypt is available for private hire.
The main crypt area can cater for a maximum of 350 guests standing (150 seated) and is available for hire Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
The Gallery is situated in one of the ancient stone vaults of the Crypt and holds frequently changing exhibitions of paintings and photographs.
www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org /jserv/cafe/index.jsp   (527 words)

 Macintosh Security Site -> Crypt for Mac OS X - encrypting and decrypting files with a password of your choice.
Drag the file you want to be encrypted under Mac OS X onto the Crypt icon - after entering a password of your choice the file will be replaced with an encrypted version of the program followed by a.blowfish extension.
When you want to decrypt the file you will need to re-enter the password you chose during the encryption process, after you supply the correct password it will be replaced with the normal unencrypted file.
This program has true potential, most requested fix would be for Crypt to NOT delete file automatically when encrypted or decrypted.
www.securemac.com /macosxcrypt.php   (253 words)

 A Guide to the Crypt
The crypt of Christ Church Cathedral dating from the years after 1171-2, is one of the largest medieval crypts in either Britain or Ireland.
Note particularly the effigy of a medieval bishop, sometimes said to be that of Archbishop John de St Paul who lengthened the cathedral by building the "long choir" in 1358.
In 1689 James II, fleeing England, came to Dublin and, for a three-month period, the Latin mass was again used in the cathedral.
www.cccdub.ie /visitors/guide/crptguid.html   (334 words)

 The Crypt
The Crypt is open the first Wednesday of every month, playing the best of the new, old and strange - Industrial and Gothic dance music.
Most of the staff and DJs of the Crypt can now be found at a new Fetish/Industrial club called Bound.
from the opening night of The Crypt - an event known as Die Laughing.
www.sfgoth.com /TheCrypt   (240 words)

 the Crypt School Community
At The Crypt we have high expectations in terms of progress, behaviour and discipline.
From our Prospectus, you will find that we are a school that cares for each individual, that we will encourage your son to achieve academically at an appropriate level for his abilities and that we emphasise the development of the whole person.
Originally set up as the old boys of Crypt School, the club has evolved with open membership and has a reputation for hospitality and maintaining the traditions of the game.
www.cryptschool.org   (152 words)

Active Unix Crypt is a small and fast windows component that behaves like Unix crypt() function, supporting both DES (2 salt characters) and MD5 (up to 8 salt characters) algorithm.
Does crypt() on the word with the salt string.
The salt can be 2 character, then crypt() will do DES crypt.
www.comsoltech.com /products/components/activeunixcrypt   (557 words)

 The Crypt of hellsing Ver 6.0:False Vampire
Hello and welcome to the 6th Version of "The crypt of Hellsing".
This site mainly specialises in images from screencaps to merchandise (more pics are on the way).
This is probably the last update I'll do for a while as its basically finished now.
members.lycos.co.uk /hellsingcrypt/index.php   (84 words)

 Chilkat Crypt Component : Encryption Software Reference
Chilkat Crypt makes it easy for applications to encrypt/decrypt data or files using the latest AES symmetric compression algorithms.
Chilkat Crypt runs this algorithm in CBC (Cipher Block Chaining) mode, which cannot be changed.
By default, Chilkat Crypt looks for the matching certificate in the most common (standard) certificate stores, so you probably don't need to worry about this -- Chilkat Crypt will just magically find the matching certificate for decryption.
www.chilkatsoft.com /chilkatCryptRef.asp   (2166 words)

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