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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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Marketers, it found, continue to use print catalogs to target a range of demographics.
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Though some organizations like Heifer International have had holiday catalogs for decades, others, even established nonprofits, have just recently started using them.
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In this paper we have considered two catalogs of earthquakes to analysis and report on the spatial and temporal homogeneity and completeness of the local catalog, the local catalog referred from the PMD (Pakistan Metrological Department) and the Global Catalog of National Earthquake Information Centre (NEIC) of U.S.A.
Reporting on over 12,000 catalogs in all, this volume provides listings for both consumer catalogs and business-to-business catalogs.
"There is no better way to beat the winter doldrums than to flip through a stack of mailorder gardening catalogs or visit online gardening websites," said Howard Kaplan, president of the Mailorder Gardening Association (MGA).
"For Orgill, the commercial/industrial market is a defined niche within in our retail customer base," says Ken Duck, Orgill's rental programs manager who also works with the development and implementation of Orgill's catalog programs.
The more than 17 billion catalogs delivered to doorsteps annually in the United States require 53 million trees, or about 4 million tons of paper.

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