information

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  • Its and provide up-to-date information to members and to the public.
  • Its and provide up-to-date information to members and to the public.
  • There is no further information as to whether any agreement has been made.
  • It is now a large field of study, part of information theory.
  • My decision to attack at this time and place was based on the best information available.
  • In fact, his plays are the main source of information about him.
  • "What actual first-hand information can you get about a country from books?" Cited from Emma McChesney & Co. by Edna Ferber
  • It also provides first-hand information about how the policy is being executed.
  • The single largest increase came in the area of information.
  • There are six stands and a real-time information board at the bus station.
  • There are six stands at the bus station with a real-time information board.
  • These effects can be a result of post-event information.
  • Whether this is public or private information should be agreed upon between players before the game begins.
  • Train times are on an electronic board with up to date information of the train times.
  • Train times are on an electronic board with up to date information of the train times.
  • What is required, in what format and when should have been provided within the pre-construction information.
  • Their website offers up-to-date information and for across the UK.
  • Their website offers up-to-date information and for across the UK.
  • He and the other nine refused to give information.
  • Real time information is provided to all users about who is working on which part of the model.
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Meaning of information

  • noun A message received and understood
  • noun Knowledge acquired through study or experience or instruction
  • noun Formal accusation of a crime
  • noun (communication theory) a numerical measure of the uncertainty of an outcome
    the signal contained thousands of bits of information