recorded item

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Database storing will include at least the following data: - geodetic coordinates (esa 87) of the element in such a form that it is possible to display on a digital map, - name of area - street - pedestrian street - square - park, Where the recorded item is placed, - unique identification code (id), By grouping by type (eg billboard, Mast, Lamp, Lamp, Bench, Bucket, Mm stop etc.) - construction material, - characteristic dimensions of the element (eg road height / lamp height, Trash volume, Etc.), - element status (eg wear, Maintenance or replacement).
"I am not aware of any other recorded item that has been decorated by Charlotte Bronte, which gives this piece a unique and charming personal connection with such an iconic figure," the Telegraph quoted him as saying.
First, we estimated times from a computer-adaptive version of the SATA[R] (SAT CAT) that automatically recorded item times.
After making several phone calls to the Royal Mail, she was offered pounds 28 - the maximum amount of compensation for a recorded item.
Bigger, better data repositories coupled with decision support give grocers the foundation necessary to unlock the power of recorded item movement and customer details.
Earlier in the day, the OMB signed a memorandum of agreement deputizing police to confiscate the illegally recorded items.
Interspersed throughout the nightly highlights are specially recorded items following competitors from Wales, Ireland and Indonesia to emphasise the importance of the International Eisteddfod to people from all cultures across the globe.
Figures released following a Freedom of Information request by the Flintshire chronicle's sister paper, the Daily Post, revealed that, of the 98 recorded items taken, just four has been recovered - the fate of the remaining items was listed as "unknown".
They include 1,500 recorded items possessed by 10 institutes in South Korea.
The report notes that 61.8% of the recorded items found on the beaches are classed as 'microplastics', a much greater threat to many species than larger items, as they are too small to be seen and therefore easily ingested.
That can result in inventory shrinkage, where the actual number of items on shelves is lower than the number of recorded items. In the manufacturing world, shrinkage can also refer to the loss of raw materials, such as metal or food ingredients, during the production process.
For each index the mean of the sums of the scores of recorded items were calculated with higher values interpreted as less difficulty.