up-to-date


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
In this national sample of parents of child 0-5 years, most indicate that daycare providers should review children's immunization status every year to ensure they are up-to-date (52 percent strongly agree, 22 percent agree).
This is a great way to steal a few minutes during the working day to keep up-to-date with school news, including education law.
Use up-to-date spam filters, anti-virus and anti-spyware software, and firewalls to protect your computer.
The blueprint is an up-to-date model that allows people to compare the construction-in-progress ("what is") with the architect's vision ("what should be").
Lecture material is designed to provide the most up-to-date instruction possible for engineers and others working in the cryogenics industry.
And across the state, only 57 percent of children were up-to-date on their immunizations as 2-year-olds.
A fundamental structure, including up-to-date address lists of people and organizations whom you would like to contact is key to success.
This ensures an immediate, up-to-date record of funds in the account.
Design of Highway Bridges, Second Edition is the complete update of the only text covering the application of design fundamentals and up-to-date design specifications to real-world highway bridge design.
The site is generally kept up-to-date, with notable exceptions such as library resources that haven't been updated since 2001, and newsletter archives that end in January 2004.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- Now Software, makers of the #1 best selling cross-platform calendar and contact manager, Now Up-to-Date(R) & Contact(R) (NUDC), announced today the release of Now Up-to-Date & Contact 4.
Course objectives include building a solid foundation in the fundamentals of cryogenics, encouraging a hands-on approach to solving cryogenic problems, defining and demonstrating what is different at low temperatures, and providing up-to-date cryogenic information.