matter of record


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matter of record

A recorded or proven fact. His tardiness is a matter of record now, so it will definitely affect his performance review.
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a matter of record

something that is established as a fact through being officially recorded.
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By the time you read this the DVD+R9 media spec will be a matter of record.
It will be interesting to see the turnout in this vote and to see how many people do not mind that how they voted is a matter of record.
As a matter of record, 14,226 people turn 50 in Britain each week
As a matter of record, Martin Massengale, Chair of the Agronomic Science Foundation Board of Trustees, presented an informational report on the activities of the Foundation.
His arrest in 1953 for importuning is a matter of record, but he'd have been appalled by the way it's been resurrected, dissected and discussed by newspapers.
In my letter of February 27, 1998--a matter of record, since it was sent not only to Kaelin and Henry Young but also to DanceAspen's legal counsel and to my own attorney--the only reference to that separation reads: "Reference has been made to the possibility, or even the probability, of separating the School from the Festival in an effort to ensure the financial stability of the School.
It's a matter of record that he is making sweet music on and off the stage.
It is a matter of record that in the same meeting, NAB had closed an inquiry against Tariq Shafi, referred by Financial Monitoring Unit of State Bank of Pakistan, for suspect transactions.
As a matter of record, Steve Fales, Chair of the C235 Committee, reported.
As a matter of record, my other daughter- in-law Jo is expecting her first child in a couple of weeks time.
It is a matter of record that the KESC was privatised through an agreement signed and executed by three parties namely; (i) Privatisation Commission (PC); (ii) Ministry of Water and Power (MW & P) and (iii) KESC, which contains the mandatory terms and conditions of such privatisation.
He won't discuss it, but certain items are a matter of record.