down code

down code

(down kōd)
Assigning a code for a procedure or service lower than that actually performed.
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They want things done at their whims, no matter the laid down code of conduct.
Speaking earlier, the chairman of the event, Chief Amba Ambaiowei, attributed the uncoordinated issue of governance and development to the failure of the elected officers to follow a laid down code of conduct.
On the 1099R, you would put down Code E, meaning the money is taxed in the year it is returned or distributed.
"Where practices have engaged physicians to begin including the additional ICD-10 specificity in clinical documentation, practices will be in a position where they must 'down code' to less specificity using ICD-9," he continues.
In January, it will shut down Code Search, a service that let people search for open-source code.
All this in a civilised society with developed institutions would have been probed by an independent press commission in the light of a laid down code of ethics.
If he had checked the forms, he would have noticed that the jet came down code 2 for a chaff and flare malfunction.
There is a properly laid down code and it has been agreed and signed by the PFA, Premier League, Football League and FA."
Sukhi Kaur Baden, human resources manager for the company's Birmingham base, dressed in a sleeveless shift dress, explained the company's dress down code.
The Country Landowners' Association has slammed a conclusion by consultants in a report on the proposed sell-off of defence land that the principle of justice enshrined in the Crichel Down code is "outmoded and counter-productive".
Cyphinx also includes the first use of Minecraft, the phenomenally popular virtual world-building game: players have to hunt down codes hidden within Minecraft before they can attempt to solve them.