date of birth


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date of birth

(DOB) (dāt bĭrth)
The day of birth of a patient or the insured party; often essential in determining eligibility, especially during coordination of benefits.

date of birth

(DOB) (dāt bĭrth)
The day of birth of a patient or the insured party; often essential in determining eligibility.
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The court while upholding its stay orders against premature retirement directed the department to record correct date of birth of the petitioner and not send him home on premature retirement till the decision of case.
On the evidence presented, where there are multiple filings to Companies House, it is extremely unlikely you are going to get either your surname or date of birth wrong on so many occasions.
DON'T post key details such as your date of birth and home address.
According to their records my date of birth was November nth, 1666," said Nesta.
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Information that is to be verified must, at a minimum, include the applicant's name, Social Security number or driver's license number and date of birth.
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1 Marwan Al-Shehhi: Date of birth used: May 9, 1978.
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Within two minutes, the officers received a response on the IBIS handheld unit that indicated a positive hit on the woman's fingerprint along with her correct name and date of birth.