International code

(Naut.) a common system of signaling adopted by nearly all maritime nations, whereby communication may be had between vessels at sea.

See also: International

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The carrier's full-year results do not have a comparable period because KQ, as the airline is known by its international code, in 2017 changed its reporting period from ending in March 31 to now end on December 31.
The International Code Council Assessment Center received American National Standards Institute accreditation for Residential Building Inspector (B1) and Commercial Building Inspector (B2) certifications.
The International Code Council is on track to approve a series of code changes that could help spread the use of mass timber in high-rises.
CRK is the international code for the Clark International Airport.
Typhoon Ompong (international code name Mangkhut) might be the strongest storm to hit the planet this year, but its effects could have been more devastating for the Philippines if not for the massive wall that hampered its greater impact, environmentalists say.
Recently, NAA/NMHC made the apartment industry's case as the International Code Council (ICC) began formal consideration of the next editions of the I-Codes, convening the first-round of 2021 code development hearings.
KARACHI -- CPNE Vice President Ikram Sehgal elected as Board Director in International Code of Conduct Association (ICoCA) Geneva Switzerland.
by ONA The workshop on "Monitoring and Support for Implementation of the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and Subsequent relevant World Health Assembly (WHA) Resolutions (NetCode) aims at training the participants from MOH and other countries and building their capacity on the monitoring framework and related things.
the new developments in relation to the International Code highlighting
It is important to have subject matter experts such as engineers participate in the process at the international and state levels because they can help others understand the technical side of the industry and requirements, said Sara Yerkes, the International Code Council's (ICC) senior vice president of governmental relations.
For example, Dahawy, Merino, and Conover (2002) point out that in Egypt the role of secrecy is an integral component of Egyptian social values and is counter to the needs of transparency implicit in the movement to IFRS and an international code of ethics.

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