child record

child record

(database)
A record lower in the hierarchical tree than a parent record; it is also directly liked to the parent and hierarchical databases.
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Sixteen bands and singers were invited to record their favourite number one single for the new War Child record.
Prior Information Notice: EBJ - Electronic child records
As part of that is expected to supply an electronic child records within the next 12 months.
Child records are especially valuable because their lack of a credit report or bank account makes it difficult to monitor them for identity theft.
The open house will be an opportunity for Home Child descendants and others interested in their unique history to view displays and Home Child records and meet with other descendants.
This study draws on and contributes to the development of knowledge about the role of emergency department (ED) child records in relation to information sharing in the field of child protection, by seeking knowledge of how ED child records are used by health and social care professionals.
The aim of this study was to elicit the perceptions of the use of ED child records from the diverse staff who shared the information that these records contain--nurses, doctors, health visitors and social care.
This study used a case study methodology (7) in order to acquire a better understanding of how ED child records were used.
A purposive sample of ED child records was selected for audit.
Big-hearted singer Padraig Rushe is celebrating the release of his latest single Greyworld, And in the spirit of the season, TODAY only from 12pm Loud Child Records in association with Oxfam Ireland, will be giving away 500 free copies of Greyworld the album, at locations across Dublin City Centre.
Ranjit, of Radford, toured all over Europe performing live before setting up his own record label, called Desi Dark Child Records.
The child records daily intake of food and drinks, as well as all physical activity and sedentary behavior.
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