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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

[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.
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This lot is for: - the preparation of civil status registers from loose sheets kept by the 20 district boroughs, - the preparation of the records of deliberations, - the preparation of registers according to the electoral lists held by the borough councils.
Women on the occasion were also urged not to under-estimate their importance as a home-maker in the family and extend due respect to themselves as this was crucial to get their status registered by the entire family.
The National Campaign to Abolish Mentioning Confessions in Personal Status Registers:
It includes a serial peripheral interface (SPI) for configuration and readback of status registers. A dual-port LVDS interface is used to enable the high sample rate with existing FGPA/ASIC technology.
There are 851 sites with World Heritage status registered with the UN, and they are chosen for their cultural or natural importance.