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transcript

(trăn′skrĭpt′)
n.
Biology A sequence of RNA produced by transcription.

transcript

Graduate education A list of a person's academic record  Managed care A document containing the details of a meeting

tran·script

(trans'kript)
Messenger RNA (mRNA), the expressed product of a gene.
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1 Each diploma or transcript is associated with a randomly generated hash code or key, which is embedded into the current credential on the blockchain and the credential before it.
Auditors also noted the intersection of transcript issues with identity theft and fraudulent requests for tax refunds using stolen consumer information.
The new transcript will use a clear and consistent format that admission officers can read in less than two minutes.
Jury Suggestibility: The Impact of a Transcript and Misinformation on Audiovisual Evidence--A Prior Study (52)
According to the company, the major benefit to client institutions was a broader electronic network, which enables transcripts to be delivered to their destination more efficiently and securely, while simultaneously decreasing paper transcript production and the related overhead.
Without a transcript of the witness testimony, "this court will be unable to ascertain whether a pervasive violation" of Perry's right to carry out legislative activity with immunity from prosecution, as protected by the Texas and U.S.
In addition to meeting the mandatory accreditation requirements, Transcript Pharmacy also met URAC's leading indicators, which are non-weighted, optional elements highlighting effective practices not yet widely adopted in health care, but could be implemented in the future.
Malaysia's Defence and acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein, who released the transcript, said there was no indication of anything abnormal in the transcript.
"The first effort to centralize these cases was initiated by the same IRS Screening Group Manager in Cincinnati, who told Committee staff that he took this action on his own, without any direction from his superiors, and without any political motivation," Cummings wrote in a (http://democrats.oversight.house.gov/images/stories/2013-06-13.EEC%20to%20Issa.pdf) letter to Issa last week, urging him to release the full transcript of the interview.
Equifax was selected as a pilot vendor because of its long-standing relationship with the IRS and proven history of driving automation in tax transcript delivery, according to the company.