primary register

primary register

[′prī‚mer·ē ′rej·ə‚stər]
(computer science)
A general-purpose register in a central processing unit that is available for direct utilization by computer programs.
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If the proposed trademark is held to be primarily merely a surname under the above analysis, it will be refused registration on the Primary Register. Two recent cases have shed some light on how the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (hereinafter TTAB) is treating the surname trademark issue (and, arguably, the unintended significance of an apostrophe).
Up until now the primary register for approved renewable energy installers was MCS.
On 25 September 2009, the PACTR was officially launched as a WHO-endorsed primary register in Abuja, Nigeria, the only such register in Africa.
In 2008 there were only 12 applications, whereas 2009 saw 26 new applications, with most registrations following immediately after the official announcement of WHO primary register status in Abuja.
Thus, the CTRI becomes a WHO's ICTRP and ICMJE compliant Primary Register for India.
13,501 primary registered primary teachers in Wales English still has the most teachers - 1,614 - but the figure has fallen by 41 teachers since 2013.
are 13,501 primary registered primary school teachers in Wales
"In fact, given the opportunity to shine at their stores' primary registers, Paradies Shops named Dream Water their 2011 Innovative Product of the Year."