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biographical

adjective Pertaining or referring to a biography, see there.
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At a hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on 13 September, a senior US administration official said that an exit programme would be rolled out within six to twelve months consisting of "enhanced biographic data with certain biometric elements".
In addition to general information about survival practices, hunting, gathering, agriculture, and social customs of the various specific groups, "The Story of the American Indian" has 21 brief biographic profiles of famous Indian Americans listed chronologically from Pocahontas, Powhatan (1595-1617), through Washakie, Shoshoni (1804-1900).
system, (d) experience & biographic data for each managerial responsible, professional & key personnel assigned & involved in the firm's work activities, (e) legal documents of the company including legal framework & date of establishment, number of employees, number of employees, name of legal representative, selected domicile etc., (f) past & present experiences generally in the logistics field and specially in the field of pharmaceutical & medical devise supply chain, (g) a list of references & organizations that have awarded the company jobs of similar works & (h) a full detailed list of the company's previous work.
Yet despite their sometimes incompatible assumptions or methods, biographic and hermeneutic-genetic scholars alike are finding common ground in new archival evidence for their conclusions with respect to Beckett's "poetics of unknowing" (Nixon, "What a Tourist" 190), "poetics of ignorance" (Van Hulle 291), or "poetics of residua" (Caselli, Beckett's Dantes 249).
Appendices contain biographic sketches of nursing leaders.
George Eastman's First Photograph is an inspirational biographic introduction to George Eastman's fantastic adventures in photography.
The biographic, socio-demographic and socio-economic characteristics of 7,865 children and their families, and measures of traumatic events including witnessing domestic violence, were entered into a logistic regression analysis to establish the strength of association between witnessing severe domestic violence and childhood disorders.
However, by completely excluding the biographic context, one runs the risk of uncritically glorifying what contemporaries identified as Schwarzenbach's greatest weakness.
Under the deal, which the Department of Justice refused to release, Ireland will provide any "biographic or biometric data" that America asks for - whether people have ever been convicted of an offence or not.
Authorisation is provided once biographic, travel and eligibility information is made available at https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/.
DHS has also enhanced its process for creating public health alerts based on some variations of biographic information (e.g., name, date of birth, or travel document information), but has not explored the benefits of creating these alerts based on other variations, which impeded DHS's ability to interdict one of the individuals at the border.
14 installment of the "Biographic" feature he does for Universal Press Syndicate.