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(1) Any systematic collection of laws, regulations, or rules.(2) Shorthand for any of the various building codes,such as, for example,“This historic property has been updated and meets all current code requirements.”

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2) If the applicant's race was identified as Asian or Pacific Islander in 2003, use code 2 (Asian).
Hurricane-related codes require tie-downs to reduce risk of uplift of roofs and building components, and enhanced materials such as reinforced windows.
It is in meeting these codes that Hamlet is identified as both a transitional character and a tragic hero.
At present, the only code available for a home study is "sleep study, simultaneous recording of ventilation, respiratory effort ECG or heart rate, and oxygen saturation, unattended by a technologist" (95806).
For a year and a half, Wisconsin had been weighing only two choices: to keep or to modify the code.
A third type, hand-held laser scanners, generally are more expensive than CCDs but can read bar codes from farther away without compromising accuracy.
To solve many adjudication problems in a proactive way and to enhance the chances that claims will be adjudicated rapidly, I recommend that physicians code their operative notes, as in the following example:
For more information about the California Building Standards Commission and building code issues, please visit us online at www.
28 PLOS Biology, they reported on their ongoing effort to bar code all bird species in North America.
We hope lawmakers and policy-makers understand the difficulties residents and business people are having with the new area codes.
Use of specific pediatric codes where adult codes are present (e.
State manufacturing directories are still a useful tool but their utility does not compare with some of the more sophisticated data bases such as the new Dunn's 2 + 2, which classifies industry SIC segments by six- and eight-digit codes.