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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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You can use the RIDB Feedback Reporting Statistics (All) or the Executive Summary Current View reports to verify that LOGSA received your unit's readiness data.
The relationships between the financial reporting team members are critical to the quality of the financial reports.
The 2002 Secretary's Annual Report on Teacher Quality was flawed because most of the references were to newspaper articles and documents published by advocacy organizations.
Firms will notice changes in the reports and will need to implement additional procedures for their next peer review.
It can literally take hours or days to organize, compile, print, collate and distribute report books across an organization, and to do so in a security-enhanced environment," said Chris Scherpenseel, president of FRx Software.
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Out of Compliance Notification Reports," must be submitted to the State within seven days of any malfunction or breakdown of process, fuel burning or emissions control equipment for a period of four hours or more that results in excessive emissions.
I was surprised that I would be denied credit because having been in the banking industry for 13 years, I learned how to analyze credit reports and knew how to maintain a good credit rating.
The published data, therefore, do not necessarily represent reports from each participating agency for 12 months or 4 quarters.
Shareholders are asked to evaluate the key messages the company communicates and to rate the annual report against other reports they receive.
As we commented in August, many taxpayers will be unable to timely obtain or report the requisite information in respect of certain foreign affiliates.