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- adjective Written using a specified
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All orders sent out for accessions should previously be compared with the alphabeted order-card list, as well as with the general catalogue of the library, to avoid duplication.
When this is done, the title-cards can be withdrawn and alphabeted in the catalogue drawers.
It is easier to help a child work up a subject if the books which he can use are divided into classes, not all alphabeted under authors.
And last in this variegated and alphabeted company the anonymous
_ The simplest form of commonplace-book is a plain quarto MS. book ruled in an ordinary way, and in this entries may be made without being alphabeted.
Mr. Sala, I remember, once gave a minute account of his jottings in this way:  'Todd's _Index Rerum_ was, in its day, very little else than an alphabeted book -- a forerunner of what stationers now sell in various sizes called _Where is it?
(though the man who first wrote an alphabeted book should be Canonised).