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report

1. Brit a statement on the progress, academic achievement, etc., of each child in a school, written by teachers and sent to the parents or guardian annually or each term
2. a written account of a case decided at law, giving the main points of the argument on each side, the court's findings, and the decision reached

Report

 

(1) An oral or written statement in a form stipulated by regulations for servicemen in addressing commanders. In the navy the watch officer makes a morning report to the ship commander. It provides information on the condition of the ship, the weather, and the situation at sea for a given period of time.

(2) A statement concerning the fulfillment of an assignment or obligation.


Report

 

a written or oral exposition of a theme, including a review of the related literature and other sources. A report generally aims to provide scientific or scholarly information. Reports are widely used in scientific research institutions, higher educational institutions, political education institutions, and people’s universities. In general-education schools and specialized secondary educational institutions, reports include essays prepared by students on an extracurricular subject.

report

[ri′pȯrt]
(acoustics)
Sharp explosive sound, as of a shot, bursting bomb, or projectile.
(computer science)
An output document prepared by a data-processing system.

report

A term used by ATC (air traffic control) to instruct pilots to advise ATC of specific information or to pass the same to ATC.

report

A printed or microfilmed collection of facts and figures with page numbers and page headings. See report writer and query.
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Schouten (2002) reported that Secretary Paige said, "states should eliminate obstacles--such as requiring formal teaching credentials--and open the teaching ranks to nontraditional applicants" (p.
The new requirements call for firms to notify the peer reviewer of any communications about allegations or investigations (including litigation) relating to the conduct of an accounting, audit or attestation engagement performed and reported on by the firm.
To achieve the objective of triggering local public health response, automated electronic systems should consistently report cases that would have been reported by conventional methods.
During a recent Webcast on this topic, Hyperion conducted an informal poll of finance and IT managers and found that more than half of the companies are still using spreadsheets and multiple general ledger systems for consolidation and reporting, and almost half reported financial closing and reporting cycles of 11 business days or longer.
The special committee reported that a broader business reporting model would:
Like all other wages, the compensatory spread is subject to income and FICA tax withholding and is reported as a component of the total amount of wages in Boxes 1, 3 (up to the FICA wage base), and 5 of the annual Form W-2 (or W-2c).
According to Experian, these errors can be the result of several factors: (1) the consumer payment history is reported incorrectly by an information or loan provider; (2) the consumer causes a mistake by using his or her name inconsistently (i.
To the contrary, hate crime data are collected by capturing additional information about offenses already being reported.
Our owners feel a very personal connection with Coca-Cola," the manager reported.
While a shining example that producing a quality report does not demand an eye-popping budget, Armco's basic approach is not the result of a bleak year; the company reported a 9 percent year-to-year earnings gain-a hefty 27 percent on a per-share basis.
The Police Commission investigation said police officials claimed at a city planning hearing that a PACMIS report documented ``numerous crimes reported and arrests made in this area.
Much of the data included is also reported to the government; that doesn't ensure that it's true, but it increases the odds.