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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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Codes are released on schedules like clockwork, but their adoption process is not as clear-cut.
The area served by the 619 area code, largely made up of the City of San Diego, includes the southern portion of the City of San Diego, and the adjacent cities of Chula Vista, Coronado, El Cajon, Imperial Beach, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, National City, Santee, and unincorporated areas of San Diego County.
Among all research work that was carried out in the 20th century, error control codes work was so amazing that we can put their names on this century and call it the era of microelectronics or the information technology age.
The CPUC has started the process to add the 858 area code to the areas now served by the 619 area code, as the 619 area code is expected to use up its available prefixes by March 2019.
OBDII codes, or On-Board Diagnostics, provide codes that show problems found in engine controls, brakes and other vehicle parts.
You may be given a military code if no discrete civilian codes are available.
WITH FINAL ACTION HEARINGS complete for the first of three code subgroups, the International Code Council (ICC) is moving forward with proposed changes to the second group--Group B--as part of the 2015 International Code Council development process.
The Barcode Nerds blog is the oldest blog in the bar code industry, dating back to early 2005.
These codes tend to be more complex because they require not only the cause of the injury, but also what the patient was actually doing when the injury occurred.
In contrast, competing model codes can be considered a problem because they negate the advantages listed above.
* Make sure everyone knows who is responsible for family codes. The person is in marketing at some companies, in finance at others and even in graphic arts at other firms.