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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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The Humanitarian Logistics Databank will provide the global humanitarian community with a common database capable of processing up to date statistics on aid assets, locally, regionally and internationally.
The minister said the databank prepared by Nadra should be shared with all security agencies.
The DNA databank from the university will be linked to several other facilities in homes, even outside Russia.
Added in September 2013 were an African cities and regional databank with 96 locations and a Trade-by-Product Databank for 33 countries using 67 SITC two-digit codes.
We are pleased to partner with an organisation demonstrating leadership in the area of clinical decision support and look forward to developing a close working relationship with the University over the coming months," added Darren Nichols, managing director of First DataBank.
This is the second largest monthly figure in IPD's 22-year-old Monthly Index Databank and the largest since December 1993.
Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit upheld a district court ruling approving the controversial First DataBank and Medi-Span settlements.
It would be the first case of a Toyota-linked subcontractor with annual sales of over 10 billion yen to go under, according to Teikoku Databank.
The databank aims to make data available to society at large and facilitate investor interest.
The interpreters and translators listed in the databank are located throughout the world.
OrderView Med Knowledge Base is the first in a new line of CPOE medication knowledge bases from First DataBank specially designed to streamline physicians' workflows and lower incidents of medication prescription errors.