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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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Libraries and indexing agencies create access to documents selected to meet the needs of their constituencies with the result that, today and in the future, some documents are outside the boundaries of these indexes and catalogs.
It may be awhile before consumers see more recycled paper in their catalogs.
That office is responsible for linking its national catalog system with those of other governments.
Although you may experience feelings of inferiority when looking through seed and plant catalogs, there is much you can learn from them, especially if you are intrigued by unfamiliar plants or new varieties of familiar ones.
1996), the Michigan Court of Appeals also held that a taxpayer did not have to pay use tax on catalogs distributed in the state.
Many holiday gift catalogs arrive in October or earlier, when people are in a buying mood.
Manufacturers can purchase additional space for brochures, video, demonstrations, and other promotional material -- even a custom catalog, featuring a company's entire product line.
Going postal and shopping by catalog is such a civilized alternative.
This article will make the argument that, in practical terms, the union catalog is far from obsolete--indeed, union catalogs complement the emerging distributed search models by offering substantially different functionality, quality, performance, and management characteristics.
The relationship will involve ActivePoint's complete product line including the TX5 Discovery Engine, a search and guidance system that emulates the human communications process, and the EasyFlip E-catalog, an intuitive online system that allows customers to browse and easily compare products just like flipping through a paper catalog.
The Directory of Mail Order Catalogs is the dream of all shoppers who like to receive catalogs in the mail; there is a catalog in here for everyone, ranging from clothing, toys, and furnitureOThe time the editors have put into developing and maintaining this title shows; this 1,500-page directory is logically arranged and easy to navigateOThe most impressive thing about the Directory is the sheer number of print catalogs it containsOThe volume is recommended for public libraries and, to a lesser degree, academic libraries.
TV shopping networks and marketing on the Internet may be growing, but mail-order catalogs are still consumers' favorite home shopping experience - in America and Japan.
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