- n. Alternative form of alphabetisation.
- n. the act of putting in alphabetical order
“The "alphabetization" (with the Hebrew alphabet) of Blake’s illustrations for The Book of Job could serve as the most immediate allegory of this process, an allegory of Blake’s writing and of reading Blake, along with, and even as, the Bible, the book, itself.”
“Sheesh, buck up already; none of the rest of us want to learn to relearn alphabetization backwards. mattheww says:”
“It seems to me that alphabetization with randomization of starting letter would solve just about every problem except the problem of people who have a name that is lexically similar to really annoying people.”
“The most current Spanish spellings, reflecting the alphabetization rules of the Spanish language academics”
“In order to contain the left wing, Reza Pahlevi had to proceed with land reforms and alphabetization.”
“I have a bastardized alphabetization system that I employ when I can.”
“I am face-outward on the science fiction and fantasy shelf where, thanks to an accident of alphabetization, I'm located about a foot from Stephanie Meyer.”
“I'll add better SQL limit (pagination) stuff later and Python alphabetization (is alphabetization a word?)”
“And like you, it took me no time to come up with a list (it took longer to cull it down to 20 than to come up with my initial list, actually -- and then of course there's the alphabetization ...)”
“No attention was paid to alphabetization, the books were just plonked down in the genre in which it looked like they belonged though not always, and you just had to browse the spines.”
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