Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of accession.

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Examples

  • "accessioning," that I'm going to talk about here..

    Museum Blogs

  • One large room was what I thought I needed for the tables, file cabinets, map case, desks, shelves for books, office supplies, book accessioning station and bill-paying desk.

    Bird Cloud

  • The job itself was laborious and, at times, maddeningly dull—accessioning, cross-indexing, circulating, and filing the thousands of dispatches, orders, and espionage and sabotage reports that flowed in from Washington and OSS field operations all over Southeast Asia—but it carried with it a grave responsibility.

    A Covert Affair

  • Art lovers shriek that this sort of philistine "de-accessioning" violates the public trust and discourages benefactors from giving away their masterpieces.

    Trading a Monet for a Solid Southpaw

  • The job itself was laborious and, at times, maddeningly dull—accessioning, cross-indexing, circulating, and filing the thousands of dispatches, orders, and espionage and sabotage reports that flowed in from Washington and OSS field operations all over Southeast Asia—but it carried with it a grave responsibility.

    A Covert Affair

  • Direct observation of sample accessioning, Southern blotting, PCR, and DNA sequence analysis

    Laboratory Rotation

  • One large room was what I thought I needed for the tables, file cabinets, map case, desks, shelves for books, office supplies, book accessioning station and bill-paying desk.

    Bird Cloud

  • One large room was what I thought I needed for the tables, file cabinets, map case, desks, shelves for books, office supplies, book accessioning station and bill-paying desk.

    Bird Cloud

  • One large room was what I thought I needed for the tables, file cabinets, map case, desks, shelves for books, office supplies, book accessioning station and bill-paying desk.

    Bird Cloud

  • But Kahle (who doesn't own an e-book reader) objected to the way some libraries have begun to rely on Google's collections and "de-accessioning" paper copies -- that is, trashing them, which seems the sort of thing that happens only in science-fiction novels.

    A field trip to the Internet Archive

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