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short title

A short, identifying combination of letters, and/or numbers assigned to a document or device for purposes of brevity and/or security.
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A short title, a taking title: 'Mistress and Maid.' Scene, the land of romance--Italy.
"scientific support of the federal program integration through sport" (ids) short title: "scientific support ids"
It used to be the Human Security Act, we made amendments to the Human Security Act, but the short title would be the Anti-terrorism Act,' Sotto said during the Kapihan sa Manila Bay forum at the Senate.
It was a triple at New Mexico's Mindfield Film Festival when Eleanor once again won Best Actress with a Platinum Award, Patryk Czekalski scooped the Silver Award for editing and the film took the overall Platinum Award for Best Foreign Short title.
As its short title suggests, HB No.4113 expands the existing maternity leave to 100 days with pay, while granting an option to avail of a 30-day extension without pay.
Short title and commencement.-(1) This Ordinance may be called the Anti-terrorism (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018.
(No!!) A basic glossary, additional reading, and index round out this short title.
The Senate Budget Committee said late Tuesday that they wanted the following provisions to be addressed in the House revote: One of the provisions allows for the use of 529 savings accounts for home-schooling expenses; the short title: "The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act;" and part of the criteria used to determine whether the endowments of private universities are subject to the legislation's new excise tax.
Researchers, mostly with the Universal Short Title Catalogue at St.
Short title and commencement- (1) This Order shall be called the Govermor's Salaries, Allownces and Privileges (Amendment) Order, (2) 2015.
The work is meticulous (although I did spot an apparent duplication in the entry for Crichton's Venice poem); however, it is strange that, although reference is made to the English Short Title Catalogue, no reference is made to the Universal Short Title Catalogue whose wider scope makes it, surely, an appropriate reference point for a listing of so many Scottish authors whose works were printed across continental Europe.
It begins with a chronological listing of works about Muntzer from 1519 to 1794 in seventy-four pages, followed by a thirteen-page short title listing of these same works ordered alphabetically by author.