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  • His work has also been listed in the catalogs of international art action houses.
  • Some catalogs have an on-line version while others are available only on-line.
  • For two months, the band worked through a variety of songs in its catalog.
  • They added classic songs from their back catalog into their set list.
  • It was the first time a catalog had ever won such an award.
  • He intended to read his books, know them well, catalog them, and care for them.
  • The cataloged projects are often able to run in several other operating systems.
  • As a result, all such information was placed at the back of the catalog.
  • This means he must be able to find books by means of the card catalogs. Cited from Public Speaking, by Clarence Stratton
  • These stars are still commonly identified by his name and catalog number.
  • Library catalogs listed the total number of lines in each work along with the title and author.
  • His skills as a commercial writer earned him three national awards for best catalogs.
  • Sometimes these were cataloged for use in later writing, or, perhaps more often, put into letters.
  • The company also went into the mail-order business and regularly published its own catalogs.
  • Although no longer in the catalog, it can easily be found on on-line stores.
  • He quickly started a mail order catalog and opened three more stores.
  • The magazine was the only publication from the college other than the annual catalogs.
  • An online catalog is available including access to e-books and audio books.
  • These individuals question why M was never mentioned in any of the Church catalogs.
  • This became the international standard for most of what he cataloged.
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Synonyms of catalog

Meaning of catalog

  • noun A book or pamphlet containing an enumeration of things
    he found it in the Sears catalog
  • noun A complete list of things; usually arranged systematically
    it does not pretend to be a catalog of his achievements