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database

noun catalogue, computer base of inforration, computer file, computer storage, memory Generally: cyberspace, record, records, registry
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With a PC and a modem, numerous data bases that are not tax-specific can be accessed, the hourly costs of which are comparable to the tax services discussed above.
The alliance with PMSC provides insurance companies the same information used by the construction industry and will give PMSC access to a data base of construction items over 300 percent larger than formerly available.
As a first stage, the computer scans its data base and loads the various work centers to ensure that requested customer delivery dates can be met.
To understand a sentence, the program checks a set of "dictionaries" that describes what the data base contains and lists key words and "glue" words used to put sentences together.
The Internet is a worldwide network that enables computer users to exchange messages and access multiple data bases.
In addition to the signaling channel, two "B" channels, each operating at 64,000 bits per second, are available for voice telephone calls or for fax messages, information from computer data bases, etc.
Cubic's support included setting up computer hardware software and data bases before the event.
They have: (1) over 19,000,000 resumes are in their data bases; (2) they receive 20-30,000 new resumes into their data bases daily; (3) they are the 24th most visited site on the Internet; (4) they have over 14 million unique visitors to the site monthly which is more than 3 times that of their closest competitor; (5) they have '52.
Thomas, chief executive officer of MedSynergies, "Many new software programs, particularly those that need to be integrated with existing data bases, are too complex for many groups to operate on their own.
Founded in 1998 by two experts in IT engineering and data bases and by APAX Partners, one of the world's leading venture capital companies, AIMS Software specializes in individualized relational marketing.
Television business news magazine "Business Now" this week reports on a Bay state firm using software and data bases to become a leader in understanding customer buying habits, profiles an Acton company making e-commerce easier for customers and merchants, and goes inside a world leader in industrial purification and infiltration.