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of or relating to or being biography

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Starting with a high quality biometric and biographic enrollment, it goes through data preparation, production, personalization, delivery, installation of the life cycle management system, all the way to the maintenance of the deployed systems.
Additional sections cover the proceedings of the workshops from which this report was drawn as well as biographic information on program participants.
But is the main purpose of biographic films simply to reinforce the presence and knowledge of individuals already well established in the cultural and political national consciousness?
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.
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).
Appendices contain biographic sketches of nursing leaders.
George Eastman's First Photograph is an inspirational biographic introduction to George Eastman's fantastic adventures in photography.
The biographic, socio-demographic and socio-economic characteristics of 7,865 children and their families, and measures of traumatic events including witnessing domestic violence, were entered into a logistic regression analysis to establish the strength of association between witnessing severe domestic violence and childhood disorders.
The ELISE ID platform, which delivers multi-modal fusion across both biographic and biometric data uses priv-ID's biometric technology for fast fingerprint identification.
Authorisation is provided once biographic, travel and eligibility information is made available at https://esta.
DHS has also enhanced its process for creating public health alerts based on some variations of biographic information (e.
Cordery (web bibliographer for the National First Ladies Library in Canton, Ohio) "Historic Photos Of Theodore Roosevelt" is a fittingly pictorial biographic presentation of a remarkable man whose political policies, ideas, and influence are still resonating in American culture today.
Of these, biographic scholarship, exemplified by Frank Harris's The Man Shakespeare (Kessinger 2004), are considered in detail and this is a discussion that usefully contextualizes the recent flourish of Shakespeare biographies.
4954 requires that states submit to the federal government biographic information on current and future employees who have access to secured areas of seaports.