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  1. hosting(Noun)

    Running and maintaining a computer system on someone's behalf.

  2. hosting(Noun)

    A battle.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Hosting(noun)

    an encounter; a battle

    Etymology: [From Host an army.]

  2. Hosting(noun)

    a muster or review

    Etymology: [From Host an army.]

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  1. hosting

    An encounter; a battle. A muster or review. This term is now obsolete.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of hosting in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of hosting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of hosting in a Sentence

  1. Thai IOC member Nat Indrapana:

    Co-hosting in principle is a good idea but the practical implementation of this proposal also creates a lot of other problems, with two countries involved, who gets what can become an issue.

  2. Budapest Mayor Istvan Tarlos:

    I absolutely respect referenda, and we will vote on the proposal, it is an open question, however, whether two years before the hosts are chosen voters have enough information about hosting the Olympic Games.

  3. Julia Warrack:

    She loves hosting some holidays, loves cooking her recipes that have been handed down from the generations.

  4. Obert Gutu:

    ZANU-PF should be utterly ashamed of hosting an expensive birthday bash for their aging ruler whilst more than 90 percent of Zimbabweans are wallowing in grinding poverty caused by decades of Robert Mugabe's misrule and mismanagement of the economy, the money that is being budgeted for this ill-conceived birthday bash should actually be used to import maize to avert the impending starvation in Masvingo province and other parts of the country.

  5. Ivar Sisniega:

    All of us that were here can agree that Toronto and Ontario can be very proud with the way you hosted these amazing Games and you have every right to imagine and to dream of one day hosting the Olympic Games, i now declare the 17th Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games officially closed and invite the youth of the Americas to convene in four years in Lima, Peru.

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