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  • v. Present participle of catalog.


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  • “The Kaiser” has made a wonderful effort in cataloging and indexing a large collection of Prussian headgear, uniform tunics, overcoats and accouterments from a time period extending from 1860 to 1910.

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  • Another unknown, a part of the fabric of the foregoing four, was the sheer incompetence involved in cataloging and maintaining the pertinent factors surrounding the detainees that might be relevant in any eventual legal proceedings, whether in an established court system or even in a kangaroo court that pretended to at least a few of the essentials, such as evidence.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Andrew McCarthy Sticks to His Guns (And He May Be Pointing Them at You Next)

  • The cataloging is said to be in accordance with Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd ed.,

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  • It is available to us today because it was posted to the talk. politics.misc newsgroup on July 30, 1993 by Dan Gannon, a notorious white supremacist and Holocaust denier, and archived by the Nizkor Project, an anti-revisionism organization that was active in cataloging hate speech on the early public Internet.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • The simplest argument for the continued necessity of cataloging is the demand for cataloging born-digital materials available online.

    Major changes in LC cataloging procedures

  • Apparently, a report commissioned by LC recommends sweeping changes in cataloging procedures, including redefining the "gold standard of quality service" to mean "fast turnaround and delivery of library materials to users ... not the fullness of catalog data."

    Bad News From the Lilbrary of Congress

  • The mass amateurization of publishing means the mass amateurization of cataloging is a forced move.

    Boing Boing: January 16, 2005 - January 22, 2005 Archives

  • 17 It is interesting to note that in cataloging the tasks of female physicians, Sahagun's informants mention various forms of eye problems, suggesting that, together with childbirth, this might have been another area of medicine overseen exclusively by women.

    Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico

  • Librarians also know that the quality of cataloging aka metadata description can vary from cataloger to cataloger but there are some conventions that one must or should follow.

    A Few Reactions to Newsweek Article « ResourceShelf

  • "I noticed that none of the available tools could fit my needs, such as easy word cataloging, and quick word finding."



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