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tr.v. col·or-cod·ed, col·or-cod·ing, col·or-codes
To color, as wires or papers, according to a code for easy identification.
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v.t. -cod•ed, -cod•ing.
to distinguish or classify by a system of colored marks, labels, etc.
col′or code`, n.
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On the other hand, non-House personnel which includesaccredited media personnel, caterers and contractors shall be required to wear their company IDs with color-coded pre-SONA security lock-out stickers.
Those non-House personnel such as accredited media personnel, caterers and contractors who will enter the HRep Complex on lock-out dates will be required to wear their company IDs with color-coded pre-SONA security lock-out stickers, it provides.
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At the first color-coded polls, Gutteres received 13 votes in favor and two no opinions, and no vetoes.
It looks like any other color-coded tubing at first glance, but a closer look reveals that the pigmented layer surrounds a separate but integrally bonded inner layer of natural PEEK.
While there are no federal or state regulations in place specifically for color-coded tools, the FDA has developed HACCP procedures that recommend the use of color coding on items such as employee smocks, containers, tools, cleaning equipment and utensils.
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