In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- She warned that inaccuracies in employment databases have hurt people's chances of getting the job.
- We are able to cross reference the information supplied by dealers with that on our database.
- She had said that the ID card scheme was going to create a super database spying on us all.
- This will search the surface Web, and will access the online databases to search for information there as well.
- CAPPS-II was designed to check passenger names through commercial databases.
- All asylum seekers are now fingerprinted and checked against UK and EU databases.
- Creating unified government databases of citizen records increases the risk of ID theft.
- One in 10 corporate databases connected to the Internet had a breach of security last year.
- I have access to online libraries, databases and thousands of resources.
- States that fail to link up their databases will become ineligible for federal money.
- Bank accounts themselves are no longer recorded in ledgers but on computer databases.
- Big databases means big software and big computer systems, and these cost millions to develop and to maintain.
- Mobile data will allow remote access to all the databases and software applications a firm can muster.
- Data is entered online and can be downloaded into an Access database for analysis.
- Access to computer databases mean instant checks can be carried out.
- The UK currently has one of the largest DNA databases in the world, and it is growing fast.
- Computerised databases and the internet have made it easier to conduct research.
- The government is working on protocols so it can link all its departments' databases together.
- This number is cross-referenced with hospital databases to give a patient's medical records.
- The database can cluster data in a flexibly shaped container of submodules or circuit cells.
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