Now they are in the Public Record Office.
“We’re aggregating and distilling and organizing the public record,” he said.
That the WIV had carried out research on bat coronaviruses is a matter of public record.
Rent data have limitations because, unlike home prices, the price a tenant pays is not public record.
Rees-Mogg’s finances are complex – and a matter of public record.
The specific companies and issues you refer to are already a matter of public record,” the spokesperson said.
Late that night, according to instant-message communications released by attorneys into the public record, Ravi Googled “keybowvio.”
She also said an eviction is not considered unless the landlord obtained a judgment and it's part of the public record on your FICO score.
While these political committees remain a matter of public record, they are banished to a download-only spreadsheet buried on the FEC's website.
In practice, changing something on BBC webpages may be ineffective if their identity is revealed by other organisations, or if it is a matter of public record.
For 17 others, there was no public record of their death, and we found clear evidence that they were alive after the alleged date of death on the list of 10,000.
"That's something I'm sure I can't talk about, if I did," he explains, adding that from the public record there is a "reasonable assessment" to think it may have done.
He says it’s a matter of public record that he voted for the time limit to be reduced from 24 weeks to 12 in 2008, but says he wouldn’t “seek to change the law” as prime minister.
The English Public Record Act of 1838 brought all separate collections together and placed them under the Public Record Office (later part of the National Archives).
As the team garnered attention, Kobe's close relationship with Gianna became a matter of public record, and the young star showed flashes of her father's legendary skill set on the court.
If you’re allowed to keep tabs on and file reports about my social media,” he added, “are you allowed to gather all the other public record material that exists about me and create a dossier?”
I can put the evidence for the whole world to see, and it'll be public record, and the media will quit trying to suppress it," Lindell, who built the multimillion-dollar MyPillow company, said.
13.3.28 Requests to remove mothballed pages with a banner headline stating the page has not recently been updated, must be referred to the Managing Editor, BBC Online who will consider whether, exceptionally, to remove the page that is a public record.
Since 2000, 99% of Fortune 500 companies have paid settlements in at least one discrimination or sexual harassment lawsuit, according to a report from Good Jobs First, and that's not including the cases without a public record or incidents victims didn't report.
The full details of attacks that appear to have come from China are still mostly hidden — Australian officials remain wary of provoking Beijing by naming and shaming culprits — but the public record now includes several examples of elaborate hacking that has less to do with theft for profit than growing aggression against a rival government.
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The full details of attacks that appear to have come from China are still mostly hidden — Australian officials remain wary of provoking Beijing by naming and shaming culprits — but the public record now includes several examples of elaborate hacking that has less to do with theft for profit than growing aggression against a rival government