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a person in charge of collecting and cataloguing archives

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Essentio's flagship product, Archivist, helps enterprises manage their data growth by automatically classifying and archiving inactive, non-essential and outdated data, while maintaining referential data integrity.
In the later years of his life, in addition to being the Archivist at the College of the Holy Cross, Father Nelligan served in other offices.
Amanda Williams, an archivist at Warwickshire County Records Office said: "Preservation of records begins with how they are handled and is a skill learned by staff in order to protect Warwickshire's heritage.
But the new novel still lacks the intense emotional impact of The Archivist.
Archivists would like to see an "opt-in/opt-out" provision added.
Salary rage: From $30,000 for assistant archivist to $150,000 for directorship
National Archivist is part of Trusted Third Party Ltd.
JOHN REID, Archivist, Stirling Bomber Research Library, 39, The Summit, Dale View Park, Higher Lane, Salterforth, Barnoldswick, Lancashire, BB18 5RY.
Care and Handling for the Preservation of CDs and DVDs--A Guide for Librarian and Archivists.
Micheline Morisset, archivist at the National Archives has persuasively argued for the need to preserve home movies.
Dan Golodner, American Federation of Teachers Archivist and Webmaster at the Walter P.
Baltimore Technologies has launched MAILsweeper Archivist for SMTP v1.
Frank Garcia, our costume designer of thirty years, has taken charge and become our best archivist because he can identify everything through the costumes.
Users select the photos they want to include, and Ninuku Archivist automatically lays them out, along with their captions, onto PDF pages.
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