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relating to or expressed by a writing system that uses an alphabet

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arranged in order according to the alphabet

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Under Free Information for the General Public and EHS Professionals, more than 200 topics are listed alphabetically, ranging from aflatoxin to workplace health issues.
The Roster is organized alphabetically by the company adding the new director(s).
Tables 13 and 14 present the data alphabetically by state, and each state is subdivided by agency type.
Projects can be checked out alphabetically or by date or type.
The other section includes an extensive list of farmers' markets arranged alphabetically by state.
Visitors may find words through a "Search" mechanism, from the alphabetically arranged master list, or from the list of "Recent" entries.
This handy book is an easy-to-use, alphabetically organized guide to over 500 national nonprofit organizations and government agencies that provide disability-related information.
Visitors to AWI's website can find the following information quickly and easily: AWI Active Members listed alphabetically, AWI Active Members by region, AWI Association Members listed alphabetically, AWI Associate Members by product category, and contact information for AWI's Board and officers.
River North lists its dozen or so dancers alphabetically, but it has a star--Sara Ayers, a fine dancer whose wholesome femininity is a joy.
In this directory, NLS network libraries and machine-lending agencies are arranged alphabetically by state.
The alphabetically ordered entries are accompanied by a prefatory list of entries arranged by category, cross references in each entry to related topics covered by the volume, and an index.
The site presents BJS publications by topic or subtopic, arranged with the most recent publication first, or listed alphabetically on the publications page.
Institutions are listed alphabetically in the directory by country and then by state or province.
The first of the four parts of this study, and by far the longest, is a list of women subjects, arranged alphabetically by name, including dates, occupation, role or reason for fame, name of contributor, and DNB reference.
Records can be sorted chronologically or alphabetically by vendor, database, client, or project.