- adj. bibliographic
- adj. relating to or dealing with bibliography
“I don't know why my parents chose two different transliterations for "Yong", but if they had not, Richard and I would be completely indistinguishable ( "Tsien RY") in bibliographical databases.”
“With respect to some of the college libraries at Oxford, Cambridge, and even Dublin, it is easier to arrive at the facts, so far as they go, or, in other words, many of the rare and important acquisitions of those institutions came to them at a period anterior to what may be termed the bibliographical era, and were often contemporary gifts from the authors of the volumes or from early owners of them.”
“I hope that this kind of bibliographical, aesthetic, and technical information, as well the ability to manipulate images on one's home computer to detect what has heretofore required examination of the originals, stimulates new ways to teach, research, and think about art in general and Blake in particular.”
“When the timecamein 1979that I thoughtof writinga novel about the critical developments in Poland, it was obvious tome that since I did not speak Polish or read it, I would need some kind of bibliographical assistance, and Piszek and Moszuk came up with the idea of asking some dozen top intellects in Poland to draft summaries of recent scholarship in fifteen vital fields.”
“In the 1960s several 'bibliographical' presses were established by those wishing, among other things, to teach the methods of textual transmission in the medium of print as practised in the handpress era.”
“The Indian Government has of late years ordered a kind of bibliographical survey of India to be made, and has sent some learned”
“Includes bibliographical references p. and index.”
“This volume included valuable bibliographical essays by B.C. Bloomfield and by Bruce Graver, as well as discussions that set”
“The book concludes with a masterly bibliographical essay that is an invaluable guide for readers who want to expand their study of Mormonism.”
“In 1991 he compiled A Dictionary of Writers and their Works for OUP and in 2002 The Oxford Chronology of English Literature, a major scholarly resource containing bibliographical information on 30,000 titles from 4,000 authors, 14742000.”
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