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databank

a collection of information on a specific topic, such as consumer purchases, which is added to over time.
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The Humanitarian Logistics Databank will address the long-standing issue which surrounds the coordination of aid shipments, which have taken a toll on relief efforts in some of the world's most devastating crises.
Databank comes with one factory-installed cable that supplies power to and communicates with Turner Designs' Cyclops sensors.
According to her, the Government adopted a special decree on creation of such a state databank for children left without parental care in March 2010.
He ordered the authorities to form a databank of all Chinese nationals living in Pakistan.
DataBank simplifies business processes by reducing costs, saving time and increasing productivity.
The DNA databank will be created at the campus of the Moscow State University.
The Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania-based company will operate as the national healthcare division of DataBank under the leadership of its former owner and president Scott Griffith.
Countries: Global Economic Databank, Global Trade Databank, Global Talent Databank, and Global Diversity Databank
The issue was discussed at a recent meeting of civilian and military law-enforcement agencies, especially those working on terrorism, and they agreed to rope in the National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) to create and maintain such a databank on a fast-track basis.
The CDM databank provides a complete overview of all the drive technology within a factory, or group of factories, including all the installed drives and those held in storage.
Al Shehi said the meeting decided to establish a databank for GCC experts covering all disciplines aimed at providing a thorough overview of sectors.
Teikoku Databank said it surveyed 23,356 firms, listed by the agency for business sentiment polls, about their wage policies between Jan.