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vital statistics

n. the measurements of a person’s body. Her vital statistics must require higher math to work out!
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The joint administrators from Deloitte have been appointed for Vital Services Group, Vital Rail, Ematics, Vital Resources, Quality Recruitment, Vital Consulting UK and Vital Power (UK).
CFC's national project is based on Toronto's Vital Signs, an indicator report developed by Toronto Community Foundation and first published in 2001.
The concept is predicated on the vital area in front of the goal (Diag.
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Kop's team recruited 127 adults, none more than 70 years old, who had undergone angioplasty to widen at least one significantly constricted cardiac artery About 2 weeks after successful treatment, each participant completed a questionnaire designed to tap into the three components of vital exhaustion.
The state health department, which keeps vital records, has documented several cases of identity theft, according to Jerry Hofer, the department's administration director.
ARMA International Standards Vital Records Task Force
One of the key competencies of the records and information management (RIM) profession is the appropriate management of inactive and vital records.
Would the vital records needed to resume business operations be protected?