problem check

problem check

[′präb·ləm ‚chek]
(computer science)
One or more tests used to assist in obtaining the correct machine solution to a problem.
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The final version of the scale used in the study included 55 statements (5 items for each of the 11 problem areas described in the Mooney Problem Check List: social psychological relations; personal psychological relations; morals and religion; home and family; curriculum and teaching procedures; health and physical development; finances, living conditions, and employment; social and recreational activities; courtship, sex, and marriage; vocational and educational future; and adjustment to schoolwork).
A short version of the Mooney Problem Check List was administered to 150 13-to 17-year-old males and females.
Elfstrom would not say how big a problem check or credit card fraud is for CompUSA.
If you are wondering if where you live there is a greasy palm problem check out the survey that includes over 100 countries.
These variables were assessed using the Client Attitudes Toward Spirituality in Therapy survey, the Index of Spiritual Experiences, the Expectations About Counseling-Brief form, the Socially Desirable Response Set-5 Scale, and the Religion Section of the Mooney Problem Check List-Adult Form.
The hereditary problem checks should be free, plus a birth bonus supplement for those medically checked - but only for the legally married.
The resulting ProcessFIRST solution provides workers with a graphical workstation that calls up images of problem checks and related account information.
Not that the thought of going to a chilly vestry while a po-faced verger with a clip-board and a halitosis problem checks your minimal requirements is particularly appealing.
CUNA Regulatory Counsel Dennis Tsang wrote that decreasing the amount of time a financial institution can extend the hold time from five days to two days would increase fraud because smaller institutions need more time to handle problem checks.
They reported they were able to reduce the number of problem checks they accept from four a day to four a month.
Tellers would cash the checks believing that the amount in the account could cover any problem checks.
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