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  2. Malaysian identity card - Wikipedia

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    The Malaysian identity card (Malay: kad pengenalan Malaysia) is the compulsory identity card for Malaysian citizens aged 12 and above. The current identity card, known as MyKad, was introduced by the National Registration Department of Malaysia on 5 September 2001 as one of four MSC Malaysia flagship applications and a replacement for the High Quality Identity Card (Kad Pengenalan Bermutu ...

  3. EORI number - Wikipedia

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    EORI number. An Economic Operators Registration and Identification number ( EORI number) is a European Union registration and identification number for businesses which undertake the import or export of goods into or out of the EU. Any business or individual established in the EU (an economic operator) needs to obtain an EORI number from their ...

  4. National identification number - Wikipedia

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    The identification number has 8-digit standard format: NNNNNNN (N), where N is a numeric digit 0–9. The first numeric digit N has special meaning, and it can be one of the following digits: '1', '5' or '7'. '1': The first-time date of issuance of ID card to the bearer was 1992 or later.

  5. Resident Identity Card - Wikipedia

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    The Resident Identity Card ( Chinese: 居民身份证; pinyin: Jūmín Shēnfènzhèng) is an official identity document for personal identification in the People's Republic of China. According to the second chapter, tenth clause of the Resident Identity Card Law, residents are required to apply for resident identity cards from the local Public ...

  6. CNIC (Pakistan) - Wikipedia

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    The Computerised National Identity Card ( CNIC) ( Urdu: قومی شناختی کارڈ) is an identity card with a 13-digit number available to all adult citizens of Pakistan and their diaspora counterparts, obtained voluntarily. It includes biometric data such as 10 fingerprints, 2 iris prints, and a facial photo.

  7. NY top court rejects church challenge to abortion coverage law

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    New York's highest court on Tuesday ruled that employers' health insurance plans have to cover medically necessary abortions, rejecting a lawsuit by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany claiming ...

  8. Florida sheriff releases bodycam video of airman ... - AOL

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    A Florida sheriff’s office publicly released bodycam footage from a deputy who fatally shot a Black airman in his home last week, and disputed claims from the victim’s family that the deputy ...

  9. Wikipedia:Why create an account? - Wikipedia

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    Registering doesn't just give you better tools for making edits; an account facilitates working with other volunteers. Creating an account is fast, easy, and completely free of charge. You don't need to be registered to contribute, but registering and using an account on Wikipedia to contribute provides many benefits, including the ability to: