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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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The principal trait of an Open-Source (es) project is simply stated in the name, but it involves more than just open-source code.
Workers can print out a paper label of the same code to stick on the outside of the mold after it closes in order to keep track of all the steps in the process because the stencil will be hidden from view within the mold.
Anyone with a smart code can also create any number of public codes--limited smart codes that can only receive money (which credits the parent), but can never pay money.
The IBC is patterned on three legacy codes whose development is based on a combined 190 years of experience throughout the nation," Lancaster said to the committee.
AHIMA's recent field testing results of ICD-10-CM, which included responses from physician office practices, shows that the level of detail actually improves coders' productivity, because codes are detailed enough that at least they can figure out whether they're in the right place, which currently isn't true in ICD-9, she said.
1) If the applicant's race was identified as Hispanic (code 4) in 2003, use code 1 (Hispanic or Latino) for reporting ethnicity.
You must build to institutional occupancy codes whenever "you have more than six people incapable of self preservation," Warner says.
Moreover, Hamlet's use of aspects of both an older idea of honor and a new one demonstrates the way in which these codes overlap in an evolving honor code.
Regardless of how the procedures are performed, the codes for tonsillectomy are 42825-42826 and the codes for T&A are 42820-42821.
Silvia Montiglio, a classicist, expressed her confidence in students' intellectual powers and denounced the sponsors of speech codes as "ideologues.
Assume a corporation operating 20 retail grocery stores (SIC Code 5411) operates its own bakery (SIC Code 2051).