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several things grouped together or considered as a whole

a publication containing a variety of works

request for a sum of money

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Arthur had gone off suddenly to London, as he so often did, for bargains; and returned, late but radiant, having nearly secured a treasure that was an added splendour even to the family Collection.
This," he said, "was all that was left of the Carstairs Collection.
He not only sold the Collection bit by bit, but sank bit by bit to the basest ways of making money-- even to blackmailing his own family in a disguise.
The lyrics were published sometimes in collections by single authors, sometimes in the series of anthologies which succeeded to Tottel's 'Miscellany.
A major part of the Internal Revenue Service Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 focused on new collection due process rights.
The issue of how libraries acquire geospatial data is a prevalent one in this collection of articles.
The library has a 19th century dime novel collection, a collection about child survivors of the Jewish Holocaust, and a collection of revolutionary and political movements in Russia from 1875 to 1937.
The new collections are the braided Honeycomb, making its debut in the capel kidz collection; Pebbles, hand-knotted in India of 100 percent New Zealand wool in felted nubby yarns and lush, earthy tones; the Persian-styled Jahan, hand-tufted in China of 100 percent wool; and the machine-made Nadia, a Wilton-weave olefin collection with Persian roots as well.
Concerned for the safety and preservation of the 10,000 volumes of his collection, Slaughter sold his collection to Atlanta University in 1946.
Among the heaviest materials to come through municipal recovery facilities (MRFs), glass can be an essential element to meeting diversion rates, which keeps it on the collection schedule, even if high-value end markets like bottle-to-bottle recycling can be hard to come by in some areas.
The Arensberg Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Annenberg Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York are examples of private holdings kept intact and isolated within larger institutional contexts, usually installed in some neutral gallery space.
Edsall was officially named curator of a collection of her own invention--the Philadelphia Dance Collection at Temple University (PDCAT).
The simple collection of data will neither prevent so-called "racial profiling" nor accurately document a law enforcement agency's activities as a means of protecting it from public criticism, scrutiny, and litigation.
Even when a collection is organized about a topic, that topic may be defined in an exceedingly broad manner, as is the case with the first of the volumes to be reviewed here; or the stated subject may be lost sight of by some of the contributors, as is the case with the second.
A survey of data collection software illustrates how the systems can optimize a foundry's operational variables and bottom line.