information box

information box

A space on an annotated overlay, mosaic, map, etc., which is used for identification, reference, and scale information.
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When I click, it tut-tuts that I've failed to fill in 18 boxes with personal info and, in red letters, chides me for failing to tick the important information box.
For further information and advice on various types of fraud, visit the North Wales Police website and click on the fraud information box, or call 0300 123 2040.
An information box reads "support better comments", and explains how to give a comment an "up" vote.
The names are highlighted in purple when browsing the internet, and users can read an information box when hovering the mouse over the politician's name.
The final "information box" Diagnosing a decline - the scientific basis for evidence-based conservation is, at this point, a tiresome repeat of points made several times over-- that populations of Leadbeater's possum are in decline due to the decline in large old hollow-bearing trees and failure to ensure the recruitment of new cohorts of hollow-bearing trees--and this a result of historical and current logging practices, post-fire salvage logging and recurrent wildfires.
For more details about both The Sycamores and Trilogy I, use the contact details in the Where we are building information box below.
The newspaper has removed the information box on the day's temperature, sunrise and sunset times and ask people to instead refer to the website.
"You can click on the voice search and for example ask: 'who built Burj Khalifa' and you get the answer." "We have an information box which gives you related information without asking for it.
So I am asking you as drinkers and landlords to check out your local on www.whatpub.com If it is wrong in any way, please click on the incorrect information box at the bottom left of each entry and help keep us all informed.
Each chapter is also concluded with a self-quiz, and an information box regarding age-appropriate considerations and often a case-study pertaining to each chapter.
Robert was an 87-year-old Maori gentleman who had Still's disease (see information box, p13) It focuses on his lifespan development, initiation of the therapeutic relationship, the barriers to communication, and the strategies and skills used.

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