Definitions

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  • noun The act of making a list of items; an itemizing.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the act of making a list of items

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Examples

  • When the applicant's history of employment consists of a number of jobs that lasted only a few weeks or months, an itemization of every position with start and end dates as well as responsibilities would look odd and raise questions about the individual.

    Daniel Grant: Artists: Know the Difference Between a Resume and a C.V.

  • When the applicant's history of employment consists of a number of jobs that lasted only a few weeks or months, an itemization of every position with start and end dates as well as responsibilities would look odd and raise questions about the individual.

    Daniel Grant: Artists: Know the Difference Between a Resume and a C.V.

  • It has a complete overhaul to the skill trees, map layout, runes and itemization.

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  • Whether or not it takes time away from his upcoming book, Folks is likely to be involved in the primary race in some way, just not one that involves itemization on a disclosure report.

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  • The itemization of injuries to the org named Lia Kahn and her vehicle.

    Wired

  • Getting into the itemization of the bill is where things start to cross the line.

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  • Read the news release and an itemization of the published list for more information.

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  • Papers lay scattered over the desk, three bankbooks had fallen to the floor, and a Mastercard bill and a Visa bill sat on top of the monitor, some columns of addition in ballpoint pen on the itemization page x-ed out with so much force the ink left deep grooves.

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  • Cardholders should expect to see more fees for extra services, such as requesting a year-end itemization of all your purchases, paper statements or getting extended warranties on purchases.

    Credit-Card Fees: the New Traps

  • Cardholders should expect to see more fees for extra services, such as requesting a year-end itemization of all your purchases, paper statements or getting extended warranties on purchases.

    Credit-Card Fees: the New Traps

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