unit record


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unit record

[′yü·nət ′rek·ərd]
(computer science)
Any of a collection of records, all of which have the same form and the same data elements.
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Cracks are starting to appear in the coalition of interest groups that helped NAICU defeat student unit record keeping the last time around.
* Before introduction of unit record system, describe how patient records were kept
Officers from Cleveland Police's air support unit recorded the footage while helping the search for the missing 37-year-old in woods near Boosbeck.
LVMH's perfumes and cosmetics unit recorded revenue growth of 12% to approximately $4.2 billion.
In 2006, the Process Chemicals strategic business unit recorded sales of textile and leather products worth 258 million [euro], an increase of 4.1 percent on the previous year.
The 19-inch rack-mount unit records 60 frames per second and has a single removable hard-disk drive enclosure that supports up to a single 750-giga-byte drive.
The unit recorded sales of approximately US$520 million in the fisac year ended March 2006, and of employees 2,300.
The unit records exposure information such as time, temperature, mirror lock-up, and delay between exposures.
Armed Forces Center for Research of Unit Records (USAFCRUR), 7779 Ciena Road Springfield, VA 22150 or call 70'3-428-6801.
The unit records up to 16 hours of audio and video on a removable compact flash card.
These are Personnel Records (pre-1918), Personnel Records (RAF: WAAF: WRAF), Royal Air Force Unit Records, Royal Air Force Stations: Information Sources, and Aircraft - Service Histories.
FAIRFIELD, Conn.-General Electric's Consumer & Industrial business unit recorded double-digit profit gains and moderate sales increases for the fourth quarter and year ended Dec.