Definitions for "Surveillance"
Systematic ongoing collection, collation, and analysis of data and the timely dissemination of information to those who need to know so that action can be taken. Surveillance is the essential feature of epidemiological practice.
the ongoing and systematic collection, analysis, and interpretation of health data in the process of describing and monitoring a health event.
A process of observing traffic performance through the use of detectors.
Surveillance is the ninth studio album by Canadian rock band Triumph, released in 1987 (see 1987 in music). The album was recorded at The Metalworks Studio, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Surveillance is the final Triumph album featuring original guitarist and singer Rik Emmett.
Cross-border surveillance of suspects by national police and customs authorities is provided for in the 1967 Naples Convention and 1990 Schengen Convention. (See Police, Customs)
a police state action and worse than terrorism, the preferred course would have to be that we stop
Data is being collected on a weekly basis and will be reported for the following five categories: wild birds, sentinel chicken flocks, human cases, veterinary cases, and mosquito surveillance.
(sur-VAIL-lance) Total colonic evaluation in individuals who are at increased risk for developing colorectal cancer and have no symptoms. (see risk factors)
The close or repeated diagnostic evaluation of individuals who have been identified as having an increased risk for a particular disease.
Keywords:  impeachable, offense
an impeachable offense
a valid exercise of the president's authority to gather intelligence necessary to prevent attacks within the United States, attacks Congress has authorized the president to pre-empt and deter
Oversight; watch; inspection; supervision.
is the process of testing, inspecting, or calibrating components and systems to assure that the necessary quality is maintained, operation is within safety limits, and operation will be maintained within limiting conditions.
Keywords:  regime, bush, empire, story, old
an old story - Bush regime about OIL EMPIRE
a sampling of the quality system that verifies continued system maintenance
The means by which IRCA reviewing officers check that training organizations continue to meet the various approval/certification requirements.
Keywords:  pact, stability, growth, see
See Stability and Growth Pact
Keywords:  waiting, watchful, see
See Watchful waiting
Measuring change in the absence of scientific or management objectives
Keywords:  foreign, agent, power
a "foreign power or agent of a foreign power
Keywords:  regulation, market, see
See market regulation
Keywords:  careful, watching, place, person
the careful watching of a person or place.