reference number


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reference number

A number, usually located at the bottom of an advertisement in a printed journal, for a job (post) for a doctor or other professional, which may be used to identify the job’s details in the future.
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ie) on the procedures for applying for various forms of tax reference numbers.
The reference number if you have information is RC15091163.
You will find your reference number on the address label of the package we send you when ordering picture frames.
However, accepting bank transfers from countries in this region is difficult and time-consuming and increasingly difficult to match payments based on the typical unique reference number that is generated for each online order's payment.
Anybody with information can contact North Wales Police on the above numbers quoting the reference number S083414 OWL Alert Eastern.
It is just over six inches tall and has the reference number HN785 on its base and A1059 written in marker pen.
An Owl police alert said: "If you saw anything suspicious, or have any information relating to this incident please contact North Wales Police by dialling 101 quoting the reference number RM15995883 OWL Alert Eastern.
Callers are expected to stay on the line until they are given their unique reference number, without which they cannot arrange for their parcel to be delivered.
Those who wish to participate in a replay of this conference call may call the Replay Number 888-266-2081, Reference Number 4861883.
She has become increasingly frustrated by failed attempts to get her luggage back, with BA's lost luggage system failing to acknowledge the reference number given to her in relation to the missing items.
fiPlease mention the reference number of the request message: D / 589 / 01.

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