Document [noun]

Definition of Document:

written communication

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According to CNN, the city released some 325 pages of documents on Monday, detailing the extent to which officials went to try and control the narrative around Prude’s death.

In January of this year, a Harvard Berkman Klein Center review of 36 of the most prominent documents guiding national and company AI strategies found eight common themes—among them privacy, safety, fairness, and explainability.

The rates for the extra suites ranged from $142 to $283 per night, according to the documents.

According to the department’s standard operating procedures document, the department had previously used the system to identify “work-related problematic behavioral patterns among members.”

The proposal would guarantee free public access to judicial documents, ending the current practice of charging 10 cents per page for many documents—as well as search results.

Energy will grow increasingly cleaner, with an additional 350 billion euros per year required for investment in production and infrastructure, according to a draft document seen by Bloomberg News.

During Obama’s first term, for example, the Democratic-run board faced wide-ranging document requests and subpoenas from House Republicans.

On Voice of San Diego at Home Wednesday, Aimee Faucett, the mayor’s chief of staff, said that the Council could waive its attorney client privilege on the document.

The expert providing such evidence was named in the document as psychologist Mindy Mechanic, of California State University, Fullerton.

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