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404

1. A type of error message that one receives when the Internet address or site they're searching for cannot be found. I think this link is broken—it keeps giving me a 404 error.
2. By extension, a phrase used to indicate that one cannot answer a particular question. Sorry, 404—I have no idea.

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and 404
phr. the answer to your question is unknown; the location you seek is unknown. (From the internet message: Error - 404 that is received when the internet cannot find the address you are seeking.) Q: Where’s the kitchen? A: 404. You’ll have to find it yourself.

404

verb
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In conjunction with the worldwide implementation of SAP and the increased importance of process standardization, the organization has taken on an initiative for global process improvement," says Lovcik, and she'll be one of the individuals to lead that effort as she moves from her 404 implementation role.
Magurno joined Dow's Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 Implementation Team in early 2004.
For more on how 20 large companies have implemented Section 404, and how they plan to comply in the future, see the FERF Executive Report, Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 Implementation: Status on Structure, Process and Sustainability.
Impending deadlines drove many Section 404 projects, with little time devoted to long-term planning.
So, as part of the Countdown aimed especially at companies that close their books after November 15, the 404 Institute is hosting a series of educational and informational programs, including webcasts with recognized industry experts and Web-based presentations on compliance issues.
Exchange (NASDAQ OMX) at the average exchange rate of 404,23 AMD/$1 USD.
Day of Coordinator: Sashay Events of Atlanta, GA, 404.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has undertaken a concerted effort over the last several years to expand its authority under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act or Federal Clean Water Act (CWA), especially the dredge and fill permit provisions under Section 404 (33 II.