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The program bent on easy data entry, real-time processing, fast data transfer into electronic patient card index and possible graphical output.
The project's second stage, inputting information from the card index into the computer database, now resumed on a full time basis and continued until September 1996 by which time the database entry was complete.
Recommendation Card index under 20 in Man Utd v West Brom 0.
While performance of Fitch's Retail Credit Card Index for the end of 2012 was mixed, both chargeoffs and delinquencies fell.
Over the last ten seasons the best referee in England has presided over 205 Premier League games, and in 76 of them the card index make-up was lower than 20 - 37 per cent.
The Morgan Stanley Card Index, which is the only study to look at predictions on card spending, asked 2,000 adults how much they intend to spend on a variety of items over the next three months.
With the exception of chargeoffs, performance of Fitch's Retail Credit Card Index improved.
Only twice has there been a card index make-up lower than 20, and not once at Stamford Bridge.
There are about 58,600 recorded acquisitions currently catalogued on a card index system, but the total number of individual items is expected to exceed 100,000.
Fitch's Prime Credit Card index was established in 1991 and tracks more than $103 billion of prime credit card ABS backed by approximately $262 billion of principal receivables.
You can get 5-6 on Paddy Power's alternative card index (same points system) about a make-up lower than 35, but a slight preference is entertained here for the make-up to be lower than 20 at 7-4 with Hills.
Fitch's Prime Credit Card index was established in 1991 and tracks more than $107 billion of prime credit card ABS backed by approximately $259 billion of principal receivables.