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reg·is·ter

(rej'is-tĕr),
The file of data concerning all cases of a specified condition, such as cancer, occurring in a defined population; the register is the actual document, and the registry is the system of ongoing registration.
[Mediev. L. registrum, fr. L.L. regero, pp. regestum to record]

register

[rej′istər]
Etymology: L, regerere, to bring back
1 in computed tomography, a device in the central processing unit that stores information for future use.

register

[LL. regesta, list]
1. An official recording of vital statistics, including date and place of birth, marriage(s), and death. Recording these data is a legal requirement in the U.S.
2. The compass or range of a voice.
3. A series of tones of like quality or character, as low or high register, chest or head register.

register

in law, a list of names of persons registered as veterinary surgeons under local or national legislation. May be in two categories, practitioners and specialists.
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Historically, different departments may have been involved in registering and managing domains with different providers, resulting in a fragmented portfolio.
After taking their first step on the Web by registering a domain name, our customers are increasingly looking to us to provide them with what they need to build and grow their online businesses," said Richard Forman, president and CEO of register.
Through URL forwarding, customers can drive traffic to Web sites by registering personalized names, such as www.