monitive

monitive

(ˈmɒnɪtɪv)
adj
admonishing or advisory
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Site uptime monitoring service provider Monitive has detected that many websites from all over the world have a hidden downtime that website owners are usually unaware of, and that it happens six hours each month.
Monitive recorded thousands of websites which had problems with downtime in the past year of their operation.
Present clients of Monitive are satisfied with their services, particularly because they have been met with reports about undetected downtime.
This first ending for the Audelay MS relies, therefore, on an implicit understanding of the trope's penitential and monitive purpose.
The lunettes are both analytical - depicting the process by which each sense operates - and monitive - illustrating the dangers of addiction to sensual pleasure.