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catalogue

(US), catalog
1. a book, usually illustrated, containing details of items for sale, esp as used by mail-order companies
2. US and Canadian a publication issued by a university, college, etc., listing courses offered, regulations, services, etc.
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After working closely with Environmental Defense's Alliance for Environmental Innovation for a year and a half, the company in 2001 began printing their three titles--totaling roughly 80 million catalogs annually--on paper with a minimum 10 percent post-consumer content.
We imagine the day when the descriptions of US products introduced into the military supply system will be downloaded directly into federal as well as NATO catalogs and freely exchanged between companies which are both buyers and sellers of products.
The intolerable aspect of seed catalogs is their pretense to perfection.
Supreme Court upheld the imposition of a use tax On a Louisiana-based retailer that produced and mailed catalogs to Louisiana residents from outside the state.
Clerical functions changed from typing, filing, and maintenance of card catalogs, to the input, editing, filing, and maintenance of machine-readable records in both bibliographic utility and in-house databases.
They also use print advertising (67%), radio (38%) and catalogs (33%) to reach black consumers.
Catalogs, originally filled with utilitarian stuff such as washing machines and farm implements, are now slick, fashion-savvy publications promoting luxury gifts such as furs and jewels, custom-made dog clothes, toddler toys with real motors and themed travel packages for adults who want to run away from home.
We have come to take the relatively mature and well-tested technology of union catalogs (both in the narrow sense of union catalogs for clusters of libraries and the broader sense of international community-wide union catalogs such as those offered by OCLC and RLG) very much for granted and, at least in our rhetoric, sometimes cast them as archaic constructs that will soon be replaced by fully distributed search approaches enabled by standards such as the Z39.
ActivePoint, the technology leader in contextual search and smart online catalogs, is based in New York, NY with development facilities in Netanya, Israel.
Successive generations of citation databases and library online catalogs incorporated more capable search engines as well as remote access any hour of the day, but the continuing evolution of Internet services has changed forever the landscape of document discovery and retrieval.
Those items will probably find their way into future Field's catalogs.
Published since 1981, The Directory of Mail Order Catalogs is the premier source of information on the mail order catalog industry.

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