In a hybrid election, such as that proposed in the Sotto bill, the automated totals can be checked against
the manual precinct counts.
Hundreds of thousands of people are thought to have entered Britain without being checked against
the Home Office warnings index of suspected terrorists and illegal immigrants.
Twenty membership forms received in the July-December 2011 period will be checked against
the database for accuracy of the data transferred from the forms.
Twelve of these have been validated while the remaining two teams will be checked against
the qualifying requirements in the coming days.
But you left out that once the claim reaches the Department of Veterans Affairs regional office, it is then checked against
the veteran's Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) at the time and place they were stationed.
In the past, detainees' fingerprints were checked against
a Federal Bureau of Investigation database to determine if they had a criminal history.
The disk included 2,159profiles from crime scenes in The Netherlands, but it was not checked against
the database because an official was on sick leave.
ALMOST all visitors to Britain will be counted in and out of the country and checked against
security "watch-lists" by 2014, it was announced yesterday.
Any applicant will now be checked against
the US Government's terrorist watch list (run by the FBI).
When launched, users can sign on with credentials that are checked against
their Blackboard server.
When a visitor's ID is scanned by an EasyLobby system, the name is automatically passed to eCustoms' online screening solution, where it is checked against
up to 50 different government-maintained Restricted Party databases.
The Associated Press reported that airlines will also have to deal with stricter security regulations in the future, including a requirement to hand over passenger names to be checked against
the US government's "no-fly" terror watch list before international flights bound for US destinations take off.