Having formally submitted a document to, and received approval for a specific activity from, the appropriate official or authority. see also licensed. Also, payable or valid only if the bearer is the individual it was issued to.
Recognized by a professionals association or professional regulatory body as possessing the appropriate combination of credential, training and/or experience. Sometimes used interchangeably with â€œcertifiedâ€ or â€œlicensed.
Adjective used to describe a pharmacist who has met state requirements for licensure and whose name has been entered on a state registry of practitioners who are licensed to practice in that jurisdiction. Scope of Practice: The boundaries within which a health professional may practice. For pharmacists, the scope of practice is generally established by the board or agency that regulates the profession in a given state or organization.
Status in eSIS of a student whose attendance has been verified. Verification occurs through the attendance module verification process or through the Registrations screen. Attendance cannot be taken until a student is registered. (SIMS: enrolled)
A memory module containing Register chip(s) used to relay and synchronize address and control signals issued by the motherboard's memory controller, and a Phase Locked Loop (PLL) chip used to relay the motherboard's clock signal to all the DRAM chips.
(1) A certificate in which the name of the owner is recorded on the books of the issuer. It can be transferred only when endorsed by the registered owner. (vs. Bearer). See: Certificate. (2) A security which has been issued in compliance with the registration requirements of the Security Act of 1933. See: Registration Statement.
Bonds Registered bonds are bonds that are issued as a physical certificate, and the owner is registered with the bond trustee. If the bond is lost, the registered owner can get the certificate replaced by paying a small fee.
Most properties are registered and if the one being purchased is not, then it will be at the time of the next transaction. Once registered the property is given a unique reference called the "title number".