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database

a COMPUTER software package which enables data to be created and stored, to be retrieved and analysed later. Databases can, for example, store names and addresses of potential or past customers which can be used to produce mailing lists for SALES PROMOTIONS.
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Some staffers at the computer facility have been moved to other departments to make space for these nurses, who are training other employees how to handle patients' records and prescriptions in computer database.
Webster, revealed that on more than 20 occasions, Hanssen performed computer database searches for confidential information regarding Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton.
NIST transfers this data to industry in a variety of ways, including a computer database known REFPROP.
The national IRC houses a comprehensive MS library and a sophisticated computer database system that enables its staff to respond to information requests from the Society's 80 offices across the nation.
They learn to inventory and manage a 20-acre forest and track changes using a computer database.
State-of-the-art computer database analysis software can be used to assist in analyzing purchases to identify those in which tax was paid in error.
Pairing with the Latin American Community Center, CareVan has been able to link its computer database with the LACC site to ensure that seniors in that community will have access to the most current services.
VR and TANF are working to establish an agreed upon computer database of information and commonly agreed upon referral, reporting and billing criteria.
But only Northern Ireland has a comprehensive computer database.
Track the information you've gathered through a computer database program such as Access, Lotus, Excel or Paradox, and give a hard copy and disk to your legal counsel.
IBM infoSage users will have access to abstracts and full text from PROMT, Trade & Industry Database, Computer Database, Newsletter Database, Magazine Database, Health Periodicals Database, and Industry Express.
For example, the Department of Justice has created JURIS, a computer database that holds all federal court decisions.

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