(Askeri) ENTERNE EDİLMİŞ SİVİL AMERİKAN PERSONELİ DANIŞMA BÜROSU: A. B. D. Enterne edilmiş Sivil Personel Danışma Merkezi ile Milli Büronun bir faaliyet merkezi. Düşman elindeki Amerikan vatandaşları hakkında, resmi ve gayri resmi kaynaklardan, elde edilen bilgileri toplar, işleme tabi tutar ve yetkili Amerikan makamlarına dağıtır
(Askeri) ENTERNE EDİLMİŞ SİVİL DÜŞMAN PERSONELİ DANIŞMA BÜROSU: A. B. D. Enterne Edilmiş Sivil Personel Danışma Merkezi ve Milli Büro'nun A. B. D. kara ordusu nezaret ve kontrolu altındaki enterne edilmiş sivil personelle ilgili bilgilerin alınması, işlenmesi, yayınlanması, enterne edilmiş sivil personele ait şahsi kıymetli eşyanın, emirlere uygun olarak, saklanması ve korunması; merkezi bir sivil personel parmak izi dosyasının açılıp tutulmasıyla meşgul olan faaliyet merkezi. ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR INFORMATION BUREAU: DÜŞMAN HARP ESİRLERİ DANIŞMA BÜROSU: A. B. D. Harp Esirleri Danışma Merkezi ile Milli Büro'nun; A. B. D. nezareti ve kontrolu altındaki harp esirleri ile ilgili bilgileri almak, işlemek ve yayınlamak; harp esirlerine ait kıymetli eşyanın, emirlere uygun olarak, saklanması ve korunması; harp esirleri için merkezi bir parmak izi dosyası açılıp tutulmasıyla meşgul bir faaliyet merkezi
(Askeri) MİLLİ MUHAFIZ BÜROSU: Kara Kuvvetleri Komutanlığının Milli Muhafız Teşkilatına ait bütün sivil ve askeri işlerini kontrol eden kısmı. NATIONAL GUARD OF THE UNITED STATES: ABD MİLLİ MUHAFIZ TEŞKİLATI: Bak. "Air National Guard of the United States", "Army National Guard of the United States"
(Askeri) YER AYIRMA BÜROSU, YER AYIRTMA BÜROSU: Tek başıııa veya dört kişilik, ya da daha çok gruplar halinde seyahat eden askeri ve sivil personele, hava ve kara yollarında, otobüslerde veya otellerde yer ayırtmakla görevli büro. Bu büro bölge ulaştırma ofisine (Zone transportation office) bağlıdır
Virtual location used to group libraries in the same system, i e all 46 of the libraries in the University of Toronto Libraries fall under the University of Toronto Bureau System configuration option that arranges the libraries with the same system in a hierarchy so that permissions and default settings can be configured based on the libraries position in the hierarchy
Originally a writing desk or table with drawers Now a low chest of drawers, generally with a mirror, used in a bedroom
Responsible for directing the work of the COP Its 10 members are delegates elected by each of the five regional groups and they include the COP President, six Vice Presidents, the Chairs of SBI and SBSTA, and a rapporteur In addition, each subsidiary body also has its own Bureau
a writing desk with a fall or cylinder front, enclosing a fitted interior, with drawers below
is responsible for directing the work of the COP or of the SBSTTA Its ten members are delegates elected by each of the five regional groups and they include, - for the COP: the COP President, eight Vice-Presidents, and a rapporteur; - for the SBSTTA: the SBSTTA Chair, eight Vice-Chairs, and a rapporteur
an administrative unit of government; "the Central Intelligence Agency"; "the Census Bureau"; "Office of Management and Budget"; "Tennessee Valley Authority"
A bureau is a chest of drawers. Communist Information Bureau Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms Bureau of Better Business Bureau credit bureau Federal Bureau of Investigation Freedmen's Bureau Bureau of Standards
Structure responsible for directing the work of the COP Its members are delegates elected by each of the five regional groups The Bureau is composed of the President, 9 Vice Presidents, and the Chair of the Committee on Science and Technology
A chest of drawers for clothes, especially when made as an ornamental piece of furniture
An organizational entity that has responsibility for a major portion of a department's mission and is typically comprised of one or more divisions A bureau director reports directly to the director, chief deputy, or a deputy director of a department
Bureaus represent the divisions of organizations within Federal Agencies ITA is a bureau within the Department of Commerce The Bureau Code "02" identifies ITA as a bureau with agency "13", the US Department of Commerce
means Bureau of Prisons; Drug Enforcement Administration; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Immigration and Naturalization Service; U S Marshals Service; Executive Office for Immigration Review; Executive Office for U S Attorneys; Executive Office for U S Trustees; Office of Justice Programs; Office of the Inspector General; or collectively, the offices, boards, and divisions within the Department
> Case furniture, a French term for a writing table or desk In England, this refers to case furniture with a hinged slant-front enclosing a fitted interior with writing surface to the inside of flap
BIA a US government organization which is concerned with the welfare and education of Native Americans and with other legal matters concerning reservations (=areas set aside for Native Americans to live on)
since 1988 U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce responsible for the standardization of weights and measures, timekeeping, and navigation. Active since at least the mid-19th century, the agency works closely with the U.S. Naval Observatory and the Bureau International de l'Heure in Paris to ensure global standardized time
a US organization for businesses and their customers. When customers believe they have been treated unfairly by a company or have bought a bad product, they often ask the Better Business Bureau for advice. Any of several U.S., Puerto Rican, and Canadian organizations formed to protect communities from unfair, misleading, or fraudulent advertising and selling practices. Organized at the local level, Better Business Bureaus investigate and set standards for business practices, receive complaints of improper practices, and conduct educational campaigns alerting the public to methods of deceit and fraud in advertising and selling
(in Japan) bureau responsible for administrative duties having to do with the conferral of awards (the Bureau conducts studies and research on the awards system and plans and selects recipients for the Biannual Decoration Ceremonies and other awards)
the FBI. Largest investigative agency of the U.S. government. It was founded in 1908 as the Bureau of Investigation within the U.S. Justice Department. J. Edgar Hoover served as its director from 1924 until his death in 1972. Since 1968 the director, who reports to the attorney general, has been appointed by the president for a 10-year term, subject to Senate approval. The FBI employs more than 10,000 special agents. Its responsibilities include investigating violations of federal criminal law (including in the areas of civil rights and organized crime), collecting evidence in civil cases to which the U.S. is a party, and providing internal security
(1865-72) U.S. agency established during Reconstruction to help freed slaves in their transition to freedom. Officially named the U.S. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, it was directed by Oliver O. Howard. It built hospitals and provided medical assistance to more than 1 million freed blacks and 21 million rations for blacks and whites. It also built more than 1,000 schools for black children and helped found colleges and teacher-training institutes for blacks, but it had little success in safeguarding civil rights and promoting land redistribution. Congress later responded to pressure from white Southerners by terminating the bureau
Agency of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Established in 1972, it enforces and administers laws covering the production, taxation, and distribution of alcohol and tobacco products, as well as laws relating to the use of firearms and explosives. It inspects plants, issues licenses, oversees tax collection on alcohol and tobacco, monitors advertising and labeling practices, and investigates violations. It also investigates the illegal use of firearms and explosives, as well as illicit trafficking in firearms, distilled spirits, and contraband cigarettes
A business-monitoring organization funded by dues from more than 100,000 member companies It operates primarily at the local level to protect consumers against fraudulent and deceptive advertising (Ch 2)
A private non-profit organization which offers services to its members (businesses) and to consumers The main service to consumers is a rating on a member business which reflects the number of customer complaints received (if any) and how the complaints were settled
An organization to which business firms apply for credit information on prospective customers. Organization that provides information to merchants or other businesses concerning the creditworthiness of their customers. Credit bureaus may be private enterprises or may be operated on a cooperative basis by the merchants in one locality. Users of the service pay a fee and receive information from various sources, including businesses that have granted the customer credit in the past, public records, newspapers, the customer's employment record, and direct investigation
A film usually specializing in graphic file rendering, format conversions and limited publishing Service bureaus do things like scan pictures from slides or prints They also do short run printing or create posters for presentations or business promotions A common example of a well-known service bureau is Kinko's
An establishment that provides business and electronic services for a fee Photocopying, printing of computer files and fax transmissions are standard in most service bureaus, and many now offer walk-in World Wide Web access
An organization (frequently born out of an existing typesetting business) equipped with PostScript imagesetters and providing simple output services Typically solicit business with low prices and quick turn-around times
Concept: a business supplying text and graphic art services for the desktop publishing industry or similar video and reproduction services (including CD-ROM production) to the multimedia industry Materials may often be supplied to the service bureau on disk or via modem One of the major difficulties with using a DTP service bureau is ensuring that the same fonts (brand and type) are used by both the desktop editor when designing the page and the service bureau when printing the page
[ 'byur-(")O ] (noun.) 1699. French bureau ‘desk’, earlier ‘coarse cloth (as desk cover), baize’, from Old French burel ‘woolen cloth’, diminutive of *bure (cf. Middle French bure ‘coarse woolen cloth’, French bourre ‘hair, fluff’), from Late Latin burra ‘wool, fluff, shaggy cloth, coarse fabric’; akin to Ancient Greek berberion ‘shabby garment’.
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