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- v. Present participle of inventory.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the act or process of making an inventory; making an itemized list of merchandise or supplies on hand.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. making an itemized list of merchandise or supplies on hand
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Something about boxing everything that was un-boxed and inventorying the entire collection helped me separate myself from my writing past and look toward the future.
Cellar Tracker has been a huge help inventorying my wine and following the tasting notes of others like me.
I worked late, inventorying a fun collection of pop-up books from 1983 to 2009.
When Wallace's superbrain walks into a room, it notices everything, measuring, inventorying and classifying the furniture, the brand names on the shelves, the microtextures of walls and clothes and carpets, the tone and timbre of people's voices -- everything.
This has led to innovative experiments of involving High School and College teachers and students in inventorying and monitoring of biodiversity.
And yet ... inventorying the pantry and refrigerator seemed like a good idea.
The inventorying will pit legions of scientists from the Gulf states against legions of scientists from BP.
But it would be hard to top his discovery, years ago, while inventorying a newly acquired collection of Joyce papers, of some onionskin leaves that Mr. Staley "realized were the famous lost link, the missing draft with Joyce's corrections in his own hand to the opening of 'Finnegans Wake' — an item more valuable than the price we had paid for the entire collection."
Michael went through each bag, inventorying everything in his mind.
By agreement with IBAMA, the Vitôria Amazônica Foundation has carried out multidisciplinary research in the Park since 1992, inventorying the fauna and flora, soils and landscape.