multivolume


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multivolume

Multiple, independent entities that reside on the same disk or cartridge. For example, using software that supports the feature, a CD-R disc can be recorded in multiple sessions that are retrieved independently of each other and not linked as one. See multisession.
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The result of their efforts will become the multivolume edition covering all periods of history of Uzbekistan.
Proust obsessed over details for his multivolume masterpiece, visiting the countryside to study trees in bloom while "carefully keeping a closed car window between him and the cut branches he admired, to prevent them from bringing on an asthma attack.
She organizes the books by characteristics that attract readers--story, character, setting, language, and mood/tone--then sublists ranging from true crime stories to family sagas to multivolume sets.
In this multivolume series about bad guys of all types, readers learn about some of the most notorious people in history.
Acclaimed science fiction fantasy author Brandon Sanderson penned the final three volumes of Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time series (1990-2013) as well as his own multivolume Mistborn series (2006-2008) and Alcatraz series (2007-2010).
His participation in the publication of the multivolume Faulkner facsimiles brought mostly readable (consider the source
Additionally, Grissom takes advantage of technology, including a DVD containing more than two thousand colour images of bindings, dust jackets, and title pages of all of Hemingway's major works--as well as the posthumous publications--and multivolume collections.
As well as the website, the project will produce a multivolume edition of Burns's work.
No miniature, modern device can show us just how big the world is the way a multivolume encyclopedia set can.
James Guinlock provides a valuable introduction to the multivolume work, and the editors offer a painstaking Appendix of 114 pages.
From 1942 to the very beginning of the 1970s he collaborated on as many as 58 different films, leaving an indelible mark on postwar cinema in Italy which has brought on the coining of the expression "effetto Flaiano," or rather, the Flaiano effect [see Brunetta's seminal multivolume work entitled Cent'anni di cinema italiano (Rome: Gius.
They range in date of original publication from 1988 to 2004 and provide a range of themes that expand in detail upon aspects that Rodger has also simultaneously been dealing with in his multivolume history in a more summary manner.