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Synonyms for electron

an elementary particle with negative charge

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Many traditional publishers are reported to be seriously worried about a transition to electronic format, and are seeking to enter the new format.
Until the mid-90s the situation was relatively simple: Electronic documents did not need to be retained, and electronic data could not be adequately preserved according to the prevailing standards.
Determination of what information to convert to electronic format and the actual conversion of selected information to electronic format
In the Engineering department at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, instructors started the year using four electronic whiteboards (vendor: Smart Technologies, www.
The data show strong growth in electronic payments since the early 1980s and lower-than-expected check volumes.
Can I use electronic signatures or records in my business?
Allmerica's own data indicates that our retention is about 10% higher on electronic funds transfer business than on direct-bill business.
ESIGN removes that uncertainty by establishing a basic framework that a state must operate within if it wants to enact laws governing electronic contracts.
Are traditional collecting and cataloging methods still applicable in an electronic era?
It's often obvious to the human nose that food has gone bad, and now researchers are putting electronic noses to that task, too.
To preserve that independence, industry leaders need to act decisively to develop a system for self-regulation - an international code of conduct or "Bill of Rights" - for electronic commerce.
In April 1998, the Minister's Advisory Committee on Electronic Commerce released its report on Electronic Commerce and Canada's Tax Administration.
This is actually a group of technologies including EDI, electronic funds transfers (EFTs) and automated teller machines (ATMs).
13, 1997, the Service provides guidance to taxpayers who maintain books and records by using an electronic storage system that either images their hard copy (paper) books and records, or transfers their books and records to an electronic storage media (such as an optical disk).
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