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Synonyms for catalog

a series, as of names or words, printed or written down

to register in or as if in a book

Synonyms for catalog

a book or pamphlet containing an enumeration of things

make a catalogue, compile a catalogue


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make an itemized list or catalog of

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Students of early printing will be indebted for decades to come to Fred Schreiber for his fine catalogue of the achievement of Simon de Colines, French Renaissance printer of the early sixteenth century.
Food retail chains are starting to send their catalogues through messenger applications, as reported by the Sme daily.Lidl stopped delivering its promotional catalogues in 24 cities in Slovakia, including Bratislava and Trnava.
Myung (2013) defined cataloguing librarian as a librarian who has an MLIS or MLS degree and catalogues without managerial or supervising duties.
With an adorable display of a felt nativity scene, "The catalogue is also mindful that its purpose is to sell," says Miri Thomas, Catalogue e-business editor.
Brooks Instrument, a leader in advanced flow measurement and control solutions, recently published a new product catalogue, the Advanced Flow Solutions Guide.
The typography is perhaps excessively designy, but who actually reads, as opposed to consults, catalogues raisonnes?
Now, splendidly, it has made a large part of its huge catalogue available online.
Carlyle, mirroring his concern for public libraries, also displayed a strong interest in the nature of catalogues, though his views and those of his enemy Panizzi on this topic were quite opposed.
The ministry took this step although there have been no complaints regarding promotional catalogues recorded by the State Veterinary and Food Administration (SVPS), which checks these catalogues.Lidl eventually made the images in its online and paper catalogues larger.
Earth and Fire catalogues an international exhibition of works in terracotta, a medium that a century ago would have seemed unimportant, while Donatello e i Medici proves that a two-volume tome can be devoted to only two works.
Second: I remarked that, because the French usually print their catalogues only in their own language--as if they didn't care about the rest of the world--their artists are in special danger of being excluded from the international record.
Calhoun (2006) observes that one area where change is essential is in the area of library catalogues and cataloguing.
Catalogues raisonnes are at most only infrequently reviewed (David Sylvester, who produced the Magritte catalogue raisonne, told me recently that not a word concerning his mammoth achievement appeared in print).