Nerve Cord

Science / Biology / Nerve Cord: A dorsal tubular cord of nervous tissue above the notochord of a chordate.

Other Words for Cord

Cord Verb Synonyms: string, line, twine, rope
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Other Words for Nerve

Nerve Noun Synonyms: effrontery, brazenness, gall, impertinence, brass, impudence, insolence, audacity, brashness, presumption, presumptuousness, temerity, cheek, sauce, chutzpah, crust
Nerve Adjective Synonyms: courage, coolness, boldness, bravery, intrepidity, determination, valour, daring, fearlessness, dauntlessness, pluck, mettle, spirit, fortitude, will, tenacity, steadfastness, staunchness, firmness, doughtiness, resoluteness, guts, grit, gumption
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Public Records

Business / Real Estate / Public Records: Records which by law give constructive notice of matters relating to property. MORE

Pesticide Recordkeeping Program (PRP)

Business / Agriculture / Pesticide Recordkeeping Program (PRP): Authorized by the FACT Act of 1990, the program requires that private pesticide applicators keep records of the pesticides they use in agricultural production and that the records be surveyed to provi MORE

Record Date

Business / Finance / Record Date: (1) Date by which a shareholder must officially own shares in order to be entitled to a dividend. For example, a firm might declare a dividend on Nov. 1, payable Dec. 1 to holders of record Nov. 15. O MORE

Record Locator

Life Style / Travel / Record Locator: A specific number assigned to a reservation by an air carrier that is used to locate the passengers information. This number is usually a random number that never repeats this way they can be sure to MORE

Recordable Illness-Injury

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Recordable Illness-Injury: All occupational injuries and illnesses that require more than basic first aid treatment, or deaths that occurred in the workplace. MORE

Personnel Records

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Personnel Records: All information pertaining to individual employees, which is collected and maintained by the employer and is essential to the employer for handling various employment-related matters. MORE

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