collection

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  • Their collection then takes on a more specific focus.
  • At the time, this almost represented the entire collection.
  • This collection devoted one edition to each country and included information and photographs.
  • A collection of these columns was later published as two books.
  • Within set theory, many collections of sets turn out to be proper classes.
  • Subsequently a ready-to-wear collection was introduced, which became equally popular.
  • Subsequently a ready-to-wear collection was introduced, which became equally popular.
  • Given enough resources, this can result in a vast collection.
  • He published seven novels, six short story collections, and two non-fiction works.
  • Part of the collection is available online from the University of Virginia.
  • An example of such a collection is the Mary Rose.
  • It was added to the Museum of Modern Art's collection of video games.
  • He has written nearly two hundred short stories, most of which have been collected in book collections.
  • Different intelligence services value certain intelligence collection techniques over others.
  • At this stage the collections covered both applied art and science.
  • It is also the only version not part of the collection of a Norwegian museum.
  • A collection of his drawings is still in the possession of his family.
  • Further specific collections are available to cover the subjects of business, politics and health.
  • Their numerous studio albums were generally collections of new songs that they had first played in concert.
  • Two of this decade's short story collections won major awards for best collection.
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Meaning of collection

  • noun Several things grouped together or considered as a whole
  • noun A publication containing a variety of works
  • noun The act of gathering something together