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designation

[‚dez·əg′nā·shən]
(computer science)
An item of data forming part of a computer record that indicates the type of record and thus determines how it is to be processed.

designation

A name, title or identification of something. If ABC is designated as "123," then ABC is called "123," or ABC is assigned to the "123" category.
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To receive the designation, professionals must complete at least 128 hours of coursework, and are required to further their education through continuing professional development.
It was an honor to attend the first-ever MAI designation ceremony in Korea and to present the MAI designation to our distinguished Korean members," said Mr.
To simplify database entries, the CDC database manager assigned consecutive arbitrary 4-digit designations to the octal designations.
The Appraisal Institute has successfully protected the SRA designation and its SRA designated members in litigation against a former member.
We are worried that the AICPA will be the only reprimanding agency in the United States for this new designation and it remains to be seen how the disciplinary actions will be handled around the world.
I've come to recognize several of these designations by virtue of working with "CPA's" from other countries.
The designation may be made if, at the time of the designation, each partner who was a general partner at the close of the tax year for which the designation is made (1) is deceased (or if an entity, has been liquidated or dissolved); (2) has been adjudicated by a court to be incompetent; (3) has had his partnership items converted into nonpartnership items under Sec.
The two cities selected for the designations are expected to be announced Dec.
Those members wanted a designation to serve their retreat/conference business, and the ACA Approved Site designation does not meet all their needs.
We submit that the requirement for annual filings is unnecessary and, instead, that agency designations should remain effective until revoked by the parties.
com Allows Consumers to Check Credentials of Financial Advisors, Gives Professionals Easy Way to Prove Validity and Quality of Their Designations