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What is Backup

In computer terms this means making a copy of information in case the original version is lost. Information is normally backed up onto CD-ROMs and floppy disks.

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Going Forward Credit Risk Mitigation Market Based Pricing Qualification period
Supply Of Goods HTH Price Transparency Fifo
Cost per Thousand Contingent order Public corporations Witness summons
United Kingdom Gold Standard 51% attack Current Liability
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Government securities Refer to drawer FIO Unlawful
Yen Dead Wood Leave to appeal Patch
LCP Committal proceedings ERNIE Dependency
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