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According to the USTR, ITA and SBA, this is the first time this kind of information has been made available free of charge through one searchable database.
Manchester, NH, January 12, 2011 --( Find NH announces the launch of a new Website that provides free access to a searchable database of construction contractors with tools and information to help consumers evaluate them, as well as offering a low cost way for local builders and construction trades people to reach the public.
We believe the decision of the Herald-Times, a valued business partner, to publish a searchable database of permit holders in the state of Indiana by street is an unnecessary and dangerous practice." The newspaper defends its actions as a public service.
newspapers when the Chronicling America website--a free, national, searchable database of American newspaper pages published between 1880 and 1922--posted its 1 millionth page.
A searchable database containing 250,000 service records of soldiers who saw active duty in the latter phases of the Hundred Years War has been published online.
The searchable database was designed to make it easier for parents to find licensed child care providers in their area and to quickly view if providers have any current enforcement actions being taken against them.
Launched in March, this exclusive service connects consultants with prospective customers in need of communication services through a searchable database.
Oceana said the searchable database enables lawyers to provide legal services that meet the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct and includes analysis, annotation for each disciplinary rule and opinions for understanding each rule.
The directory is also online as a searchable database on the association's Web site.
The fully searchable database means that journalists can find easily all information on a range of topics.
Brill Academic Publishers (Boston/Leiden, the Neth.) has launched "Human Rights Documents Online" (HRDO), a searchable database that includes a wide range of human rights documents published since 1980.
This is the second time NOZA has released data for free from its core searchable database of more than 31 million charitable donations.