subfile

subfile

(ˈsʌbˌfaɪl)
n
a file within another file
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Similar to labeling folders in a traditional filing cabinet, each artifact needs to have a specific title, description, and purpose and needs to be uploaded to a specific file or subfile for easy access.
The CRISP subfile of toxicology-related research projects has been removed from the National Library of Medicine (NLM) TOXNET version of TOXLINE and replaced with RePORTERTOX.
The first subfile consisted of 1,026 cases, and the second one comprised 987 cases.
ZettaMirror runs on a prescheduled or on-demand basis and securely pushes changes, at the subfile level, from the local system up to the Zetta Storage Service.
An assortment can be found in subfile on pro-Spadina correspondence, file "Correspondence, July 1970-1971," box 1975-013/001, F0417, SSSOCCC, YUA.
A temporary relief hearing might not be needed, but you should have a subfile containing your preparations for it.
The answer to this questions is less obvious and more subfile as it looks at a first glance.
The accumulation subfile contains > 15,000 BCF and BAF values, gleaned from > 1,100 publications and encompassing approximately 700 distinct chemicals.
194/PM/GF, 'Renseignement', 16 May 1949, in CAOM, CP, file 119, subfile Lao Issara.
16) A subfile containing the variables and cases that addressed the research questions of the present study was extracted from the file and imported into a statistical program (SPSS version 8.
Subfile mark assignment was also conducted by the editors.
The script can access not only the particular subfile that appears on the screen but the entire data set by issuing page-down commands to the AS/400 applications until the end of the file is reached.