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of or relating to or being biography

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The I-94 application will collect information that is otherwise collected in-person at the land port of entry, to include biographic information (name, date of birth, country of citizenship), passport details, visa details (if applicable), and petition/Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVIS) number (if applicable).
The web-based software includes comprehensive patient encounter logs and reports with ICD/CPT coding, a fully-featured evaluation component for assessments, curriculum mapping, automated preference-based student scheduling, student electronic portfolios, student and preceptor biographic databases, a clinical site database, and much more.
In the mid-1950s, he joined up with Jeff Hale and Keith Learner, and later Nancy Hanna and Vera Linnecar, to form Biographic Films, making some of the first commercials for ITV.
Abstracts of no more than 500 words, or full papers of no more than 5000 words, including a brief biographic statement, using APA 6th edition referencing style, are due on Friday, 29 March 2013 (accepted papers and abstracts will be notified by 15 April 2013).
His biographic notes are available in International Directory of Distinguished Leadership, Outstanding people of the 20th century, Asia Pacific Who's Who, Asia American Who's Who, Afro Asian Who's Who and Biography today.
In addition to a short biographic film on each awardee, attendees at the award function were treated to scintillating performances by dance guru Shiamak Davar's 'Victory Arts Foundation' troupe of specially-abled children.
Unfortunately for all his viewers who wanted to spend their Wednesday changing Rob Portman biographic information on Wikipedia, they weren't able to.
Libraries looking to engage students with biographic materials will want to consider this series.
Additional sections cover the proceedings of the workshops from which this report was drawn as well as biographic information on program participants.
Over the years Sita has developed systems that allow risk analysis on biographic data including passport and passenger information.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has signed 20 EoACAyPreventing and Combating Serious Crime' Agreements with countries to exchange biometric and biographic data to catch criminals who move from one country to another," she said.
At a hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on 13 September, a senior US administration official said that an exit programme would be rolled out within six to twelve months consisting of "enhanced biographic data with certain biometric elements".
In addition to general information about survival practices, hunting, gathering, agriculture, and social customs of the various specific groups, "The Story of the American Indian" has 21 brief biographic profiles of famous Indian Americans listed chronologically from Pocahontas, Powhatan (1595-1617), through Washakie, Shoshoni (1804-1900).
system, (d) experience & biographic data for each managerial responsible, professional & key personnel assigned & involved in the firm's work activities, (e) legal documents of the company including legal framework & date of establishment, number of employees, number of employees, name of legal representative, selected domicile etc.
Yet despite their sometimes incompatible assumptions or methods, biographic and hermeneutic-genetic scholars alike are finding common ground in new archival evidence for their conclusions with respect to Beckett's "poetics of unknowing" (Nixon, "What a Tourist" 190), "poetics of ignorance" (Van Hulle 291), or "poetics of residua" (Caselli, Beckett's Dantes 249).