In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- All responses were anonymous and linked to individual respondents through a unique identifier, where only independent research assistants were able to match identifiers to students.
- We can provide rough sketches of how he looks, and probe for unique identifiers.
- The introduction and use of biometric identifiers will be pursued so as to guarantee more effective identification of holders of travel and residence documents and to improve the securitisation of certain types of documents.
- These data were then used to create unique identifiers for unduplicating and matching case records according to a predetermined process.
- Sequence identifiers are shown inside the nodes.
- To radio listeners, it sounds vaguely like the quacking of a duck, but encoded within it is a timestamp, a station identifier, a region code, an expiration time, and a three-letter event code identifying the type of alert.
- The interview tapes were transcribed verbatim and assigned a unique identifier for each participant.
- The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency introduced new plates on Saturday, with location and age identifiers within the registration numbers.
- Because member numbers can change, the date of birth is a unique identifier used to confirm that we are accessing the correct account and to eliminate duplicate subscriptions.
- The accession numbers/gene identifiers of the sequences are shown.
- The system gives patients a unique identifier and records details of sex, age, and each outpatient referral (including the specialty and dates of subsequent appointments).
- Think about it - the signs will probably have a unique identifier anyway, given by the roads crew to facilitate their placement.
- Optical and photonic technology can address this area by providing unique biometric identifiers.
- Those variables and other geographic identifiers were useful when predicting the price of child care facing mothers across different regions of the country.
- This is of very little use unless combined with other - more unique - personal identifiers.
- A verification process for release of autografts should use two unique patient identifiers to ensure that the correct procedure, site, position, and implants are used for the correct patient.
- By necessity, this survey is anonymous, with no unique identifiers at all.
- In that sense we use the metaphor of the bar code, it's a unique identifier for each species.
- On the face of it, the National Student Number system is used for fairly benign purposes, but the Greens have always been concerned that these unique personal identifiers could be readily misused.
- Used in combination with other identifiers such as passwords and user names, hardware features such as processor serial number can provide added confidence.
2(person)identificador masculineidentificadora feminine
3(with organization)simpatizante feminine
- Table 6.8 also shows that high American identifiers cared more about procedural fairness than did low American identifiers.
- In contrast, only 76 per cent of Labour "identifiers" intend to back the party, while for the Liberal Democrats the figure is 83 per cent.
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