Digital Forensics - Branches


Digital forensics includes several sub-branches relating to the investigation of various types of devices, media or artefacts.

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Gandapur - History - Origin Legend
... Zai) Imran Khan (His descendants are divided into many sub-branches the first two main branches are Isa Khel and Gund Khel which again have a number of sub-b ...
Branch President
... Branches within stakes that house a pool of priesthood holders will usually necessitate a branch president to be already married and in most cases to be ordained ... In branches where no resident member is a worthy priesthood holder, a full-time missionary may be called to be branch president ... This will usually be the case for branches in districts where local priesthood holders may be in short supply ...
Conservative Future - Organisation - Branches
... Conservative Future branches can vary in structure ... It has branches at most British universities, though notably not at Cambridge University, but also has a number of branches affiliated with city and town associations ... These branches aim to attract members from the non-student population ...
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... By 1992 the bank had two branches and has since expanded to six branches including branches in Mbarara, Entebbe and Jinja ...
Fenwick (department Store) - Branches - Elsewhere
... Branches in Bond Street (where Fenwick have had a branch since 1891), Leicester which was taken over in the 1960's from Joseph Johnson’s ...

Famous quotes containing the word branches:

    What are the roots that clutch, what branches grow
    Out of this stony rubbish?
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)

    They all came, some wore sentiments
    Emblazoned on T-shirts, proclaiming the lateness
    Of the hour, and indeed the sun slanted its rays
    Through branches of Norfolk Island pine as though
    Politely clearing its throat....
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    In the woods in a winter afternoon one will see as readily the origin of the stained glass window, with which Gothic cathedrals are adorned, in the colors of the western sky seen through the bare and crossing branches of the forest.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)