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Synonyms for catalogue

Synonyms for catalogue

a book or pamphlet containing an enumeration of things

make an itemized list or catalog of

make a catalogue, compile a catalogue


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To the "Catalogues", as we have said, was appended another work, the "Eoiae".
Lehmann, remarking that the heroines are all Boeotian and Thessalian (while the heroines of the "Catalogues" belong to all parts of the Greek world), believes the author to have been either a Boeotian or Thessalian.
Tesco and Metro, on the other hand, reduced the number of catalogue pages.Metro sent out 2.
It is the process of preparing a catalogue. Cataloguing is a structured arrangement of the bibliographic details of all the information sources available in a library.
IKEA UAE, the leading Swedish furniture retailer, launched its 2013 Catalogue in the UAE last month, following the simultaneous 38-country global launch.
Industrial safety specialist Caste11 has launched a 72-page product catalogue for its main product range of trapped key interlocks, which are typically used with machine guarding and in the switchgear industry.
Various catalogue enrichment projects, for example providing online links to the tables of contents for various publications, have done much to provide easy access to this important information.
Herak, "The Adria Catalogue: A Unified Catalogue of earthquakes for the Adriatic Sea and surrounding regions," Preprints, The Abdus Salam ICTP, Trieste, Italy, 2006.
Ilfracombe, United Kingdom, December 11, 2010 --( Trade magazine Catalogue e-business ( picked just four catalogues of the 167 it reviewed in November to showcase the best examples of Christmas-related creative.
Since the museum's foundation, its 11 successive Curators have sought m list and classify Soane's extraordinary legacy, In 1986, during Peter Thornton's curatorship, a new catalogue of Soane's architectural library was begun by Eileen Harris and Nick Savage, while the architectural models and drawing instruments were catalogued in 1988.
(Indeed, the conceit of placing Ernst alongside Picasso extends, in no small measure, an earlier claim by William Rubin in his Dada and Surrealist Art [1968], cited by Spies in a catalogue essay: "In the extraordinary range of his styles and techniques [Ernst] is to Dada and Surrealism what Picasso is to twentieth-century art as a whole.") It's not that Ernst's explicitly literary works have been left out of the exhibition.
Gerhard Richter, Editions 1965-2004, Catalogue Raisonne
The Medici, Michelangelo, and the Art of Late Renaissance Florence: Catalogue of the Exhibition Magnificenza!, Palazzo Strozzi, June 6 2002.
This lavish catalogue was published to accompany an exhibition at the Bard Graduate Center, New York and at Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, but though the exhibition focuses mainly on Beckford's collections of porcelain, metalwork and furniture -- all of them superlative pieces -- the catalogue goes much further with 16 essays covering supposedly neglected aspects of the life of this great English Romantic.
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