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a place where something is deposited for safekeeping

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a depository containing historical records and documents

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And yet, library and archival collections are frequently unified by institutional missions, collection mandates, administrative structures, and physical spaces.
a leader in cloud storage and data backup, announced IDrive Safe, a new long-term archival service giving users options for how frequently they add data to their storage by shipping physical drives.
the output section a of this contract is to undertake digitization of archives (historical archival documents - archival documents submitted by candidates for digitization) and comprehensive aip packages complying with the technical requirements specified in the tender documents.
We loved Joan's idea of cropping the archival photographs down to just the torsos of the two performers, with their hands cradling their statuettes,'' said Bruce Davis, executive director of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
It is our observation at MIT that in some cases the institution can suggest what file formats are desirable for archiving purposes (for example, use PDF rather than Microsoft Word), and in some cases the archive could convert the file on ingest from a less to a more desirable format (for example, from Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF into PDF/A, the archival profile of the PDF standard).
Today the regional university (the University of the West Indies) offers records management training that seeks to provide for the development of archival theory and records and information practices that fit within the culture of the Caribbean.
We conducted a retrospective study on 4 archival effluent samples collected and concentrated in 1987, analyzed for phages and enteroviruses but not noroviruses and kept frozen at -70[degrees]C.
Once again he dug up early twentieth-century archival images of local Jews (and other unidentified minorities--including, perhaps, Gypsies) and appended them to contemporary scenes of the former Jewish quarters of the Italian capital--usually involving some sort of classical structure.
Its sales success demonstrates strong demand for cost-effective, professional archival storage that helps organizations address regulatory requirements, protect against litigation and drive maximum value from information assets.
Archival data is normally referred to as fixed content, meaning that it is rarely modified.
Date and time stamping of individual frames also enables building owners to call up specific video sequences, pinpointed to the second in multi-year archival periods.
In broad terms, there are four variables that determine how long archival material will last--the type of media used (type of paper, CD, etc.
All of our findings were derived using one of the strongest designs in empirical research--the archival time-series analysis, a method that some claim is second in quality only to a true controlled experiment.
The second chapter is largely a review of archival documents and early modern printed treatises on social questions surrounding poverty and outcast social groups.
This month, historian Joanna Harris intends to bring that past to life when she launches Bay Area Dancing: Documenting a Living Legacy, a project to culminate in 2004 or 2005 with a publication and a DVD that will include dance reconstructions and archival film footage.