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  • n. Plural form of catalogue.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of catalogue.


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  • (This would actually make us both "Disabled" which would increase our diversity factor, look great in catalogues and allow us to access your disabled parking spot!)

    Pamela Alma Bass: Panicked Parents' Preschool Application

  • Models were offered for order in catalogues, but as the popularity increased they began to cater to the wishes of their clientele.

    Mint Model | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • You can find this book split up into smaller volumes, too, usually indentified by the years they cover, and the various books are likely to get confused in catalogues, bookshops, etc.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: The Hugo Winners Volume 2 - Isaac Asimov

  • In amongst the post was one of those catalogues from a second-hand bookshop, this one Bow Windows in Lewes, Sussex.

    Saturday on a Thursday and my old friend Gwen.

  • 'This unique and powerful feature allows internet users to search multiple online library catalogues from a single web page using one simple form'

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  • I did recycle market guide magazines from 1995 and 1996 as being no longer relevant; likewise a handful of publisher's catalogues from the same dates.

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  • Termado allows you to quickly and easily create advanced term catalogues and dictionaries and make them available for presentation, browsing and searching on the Internet, or export to external applications.

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  • Termado is a complete tool for management and publishing of term catalogues, lexicons and dictionaries.

    Thesauri Software

  • They were armed to the teeth, and thoroughly equipped with things I had seen in German catalogues, but in whose existence I had never believed.

    African Camp Fires

  • Joab's name in any of the three catalogues is most probably to be accounted for by the circumstance that his office as commander-in-chief raised him to a position superior to all these orders of military knighthood.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible


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