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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of accession.

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  • As objects and specimens come into the AMNH collections, they are accessioned, meaning they are assigned a number and a record of accompanying data.

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  • As objects and specimens come into the AMNH collections, they are accessioned, meaning they are assigned a number and a record of accompanying data.

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  • As objects and specimens come into the AMNH collections, they are accessioned, meaning they are assigned a number and a record of accompanying data.

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • As objects and specimens come into the AMNH collections, they are accessioned, meaning they are assigned a number and a record of accompanying data.

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • As objects and specimens come into the AMNH collections, they are accessioned, meaning they are assigned a number and a record of accompanying data.

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  • The only books I've de-accessioned are some coffee table books from the 70s and many now-dated bibliographies of recommended children's books.

    No chance against Dick

  • Do you have a special location code for accessioned items that are still in use, like your 1930s heater?

    Soliciting conversation and listening actively while isolating discussion

  • The Museum turns nothing down: all gifts are accessioned, catalogued and displayed.

    July « 2010 « Squares of Wheat

  • The Museum turns nothing down: all gifts are accessioned, catalogued and displayed.

    The Museum of Unexploded Bombs « Squares of Wheat

  • The clutter continues inside, where the Great Hall, dominated by a large mural of King, also houses a kiosk selling de-accessioned books, a video phone booth, a temporary stage, a tub for recycling cellphones, tables for displaying books, movable art pods that serve as exhibition space, and special shelves for books pertinent (at the moment) to National Bike Month.

    Mies's modernist D.C. library building is getting a complementary companion

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