Definitions for "Records"
Includes all books, papers, maps, photographs, machine-readable materials, or other documentary materials, regardless of physical form or characteristics, made or received by an agency of the United States Government under Federal law or in connection with the transaction of public business and preserved or appropriate for preservation by that agency or its legitimate successor as evidence of the organization, functions, policies, decisions, procedures, operations, or other activities of the Government or because of the informational value of data in them. Library and museum material made or acquired and preserved solely for reference or exhibition purposes, extra copies of documents preserved only for convenience of reference, and stocks of publications and of processed documents are not included. (Source: 36 CFR 1220.14) See also ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS, PROGRAM RECORDS.
documented observations and measurements to determine adherence to critical limits or other specified requirements for critical factors.
are all documents, regardless of form, produced or received by any agency, officer, or employee of an institution or organization in the conduct of its business. Documents include all forms of recorded information, such as: correspondence, computer data, files, financial statements, manuscripts, moving images, publications, photographs, sound recordings, drawings, or other material bearing upon the activities and functions of the institution or organization, its officers, and employees. A document becomes a record when it is placed in an organized filing system for use as evidence or information. It becomes archival when transferred to a repository for preservation and research use.
Keywords:  unsigned, label, seagram, soca, music
a Dutch record label
a hybrid community that actively finds, produces, and showcases unsigned artists to the music industry and distributes to fans via digital channels
a label dedicated to creating the vehicle that spotlights today's hottest unsigned artists' music, while providing an avenue for them to attract new audiences by organizing tour opportunities in new markets
All deprived children, unruly children and first offender delinquent children (except designated felons) have a right to limited confidentiality of their records. The public has access to the complaint, petition and dispositional order of any child who has been previously adjudicated delinquent and commits a second delinquent offense, or of any child who is charged with a designated felony.
Keywords:  sonybmg, warner, emi, cooperation
a cooperation between EMI, Warner and SonyBMG
Keywords:  quotpublic, see
(See "Public Records.")
A collection of fields. Records are collected into data tables. In a data table made up of rows and columns each row represents a new record.
These consist of the Entry Forms, Judges' Sheets, and Record sheet for each Trial. It is from this information that the database is compiled and individual hound records are maintained.
In the context of database searches, a record is a group of fields that make up one complete entry. For example a record in a library catalogue might give details such as title, author and publisher of a particular book held in the library.
a division of AERIA Entertainment L
Keywords:  calif, skewed, songs, mountain, bad
an extension at Google's Mountain View, Calif
a skewed view of real life with songs like "Bad Little Boy"
Records (e.g., minutes, log entries) facilitate the documentation and description of the status quo.
an ongoing log one should keep, which tracks every agreement between tenants and the landlord, including receipts and other forms of evidence that may later be used if a dispute arises.
A record contains all the information you've entered about a particular URL you are promoting, as well as the status of any promotions you've done. You can have more than one in your account.
Keywords:  salsa, leading, company
a leading salsa recording company
A requirement of a HACCP based system is that Monitoring is recorded at a frequency that reflects the nature and size of your business.
Keywords:  orthodontic, lab, ray, special, taking
The taking of orthodontic x-rays at a special x-ray lab.
Records is a compilation album by American rock band Foreigner, released in 1982 to span the band's first four albums through 1977.
Written data providing pertinent information regarding a specific subject such as property.
Keywords:  thread, whole
a whole other thread
Keywords:  university, see
(See University record).
Contains information about a given person, product, or event.