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  • noun Plural form of record.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of record.


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  • This can make the examples incredibly repetitive: it "should set @records when accessing GET / index" do get: index assigns [: records]. should_not be_nil end

    techno weenie - Home 2009

  • So the entire 3-game difference in records is explained by their performance against different NFC teams.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Price We Pay 2008

  • This latter was in the way of explanation of the title records, so that by referring from one to the other, Bob was able to trace out the process by which the land had been acquired.

    The Rules of the Game Stewart Edward White 1909

  • In her new post Kate also attempts to begin to develop a distinction between archives 1.0 and archives 2.0, picking up on some of the points that Steve and I have made in relation to the problem of definition associated with the term records management 2.0.

    ArchivesBlogs 2008

  • Nowhere in your records is there any mention of POW status.

    Gerald Bluefeather Smith 2010

  • Nowhere in your records is there any mention of authorization to wear or claim the Purple Heart as you have done many times.

    Gerald Bluefeather Smith 2010

  • Somewhere in my records is an e-mail wherein he tells of going AWOL from the 25th Recon on

    Heroes or Villains? 2010

  • Note 31: One of many such examples which appear in the Eleftherotipia records is the promotion of Evropi Grigoriadou.

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity 2008

  • I just wonder if the revelation about the financial institutions handing over all of our records is about to break?

    Think Progress » Telco Liability: Falkenrath Gets It Wrong 2006

  • So, when different marriage dates appear in the IGI, recorded in different towns, often one of the records is a date of publishment or certification of intentions.

    Archive 2005-06-01 2005


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