The number assigned to a competitor during the draw.
Control Number, or Batch Number Any distinctive combination of letters, numbers, or symbols, or any combination of them, from which the complete history of the manufacture, processing, packing, holding, and distribution of a batch or lot of drug product or other material can be determined. [From §210.3(b)(11)
A number drawn (electronically) for each competitor at the Technical Congress, which determines the order of weigh-in and of their lifting during the competition.
The allocation of a unique number, to one or more of a product during manufacture or assembly, to provide traceability.
The thoroughbred sale catalogue numbers allocated to each horse.
A separate number assigned to each item in a sale. Lot numbers identify objects in the catalogue. When on exhibition, an object is tagged with its lot number and sale number.
The number that identifies one production run of material.
A distinctive combination of numbers and/or letters from which the complete history of the manufacture, processing, packaging, coding and distribution of a batch can be determined.
A number that is assigned to a production batch so that all of a product's components can be traced.
Number assigned to a discrete batch of an item. Lot numbers are usually assigned to each separate production run of an item.
Any combination of letters or figures or both by which a natural health product can be traced during manufacturing and identified during and after distribution.
Any combination of letters, figures, or both, by which a natural health product can be traced in manufacture and identified in distribution.
A unique identification assigned to a homogeneous quantity of material. Syn: batch number, mix number.
See Part Number.