uncatalog

uncatalog

[¦ən′kad·əl‚äg]
(computer science)
To remove an entry from the system catalog so that the file named in the entry can no longer be accessed by the operating system.
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In 1912, they were moved to the dental campus itself, but they remained uncataloged and unshelved until 1928, when the school hired a librarian.
(17.) "Welcome House Statistical Report for Fiscal Year March 1958-February 1959," and "Welcome House Statistical Report for Fiscal Year March 1,1959 through February 29, i960," uncataloged folder, Archives of the Pearl S.
For live auctioneers selling uncataloged auctions, the mobile app can be used to photograph an item seconds before it goes on the auction block.
Instead of sitting haphazardly and uncataloged in a hangar, the otoliths will be archived in the Burke and searchable online for outside scientists.
(4.) Warwick Braithwaite to Grace Williams, July 24, 1924, uncataloged, Welsh Music Information Centre, Cardiff.
Alpermann identified uncataloged specimens in the Sencken-berg Museum, Frankfurt that were collected by him and Uwe Zajonz at Socotra Island in the Gulf of Aden, using a copy of this manuscript as a guide.
Although the database is largely comprised on "gray" literature (unpublished, uncataloged, and of limited circulation), it represents a large amount of the primary data reported on archaeological sites in the U.
"Smaller, uncataloged debris are even more affected by the changing atmosphere, causing even greater of their numbers to fall back to Earth," he explained.
The collection was primarily VHS, CDs, and uncataloged LPs.
I found this recording in an uncataloged box deposited at the CFCH by Kate Rinzler, Ralph Rinzler's widow.
Unregistered and uncataloged backlogs are evident at both the museum and the gallery.
This is an uncataloged pamphlet in the collection of the New York Academy of Medicine, New York City, New York; and Our Baby [Rio Grande Life Insurance Co.] (Dallas, Texas, not after 1941) and My Baby Days [American National insurance Co.] (Galveston, Texas, 1956).