cataloger

[ kat-l-aw-ger, -og-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF cataloger

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At this point is one of the opportunities for the cataloger's most efficient service to the community.

One organizer said that a cataloger should average 40 volumes a day, assigning Cutter numbers and making a dictionary catalog.

Catalog dep't, administration of a, from a cataloger's point of view (Smith), 271-4.

Smith, Laura, "Administration of a catalog dep't from a cataloger's point of view," 271-4.

But when the cataloger is "a-cataloging" he is not writing advertising copy.

Mr. Jordan, my cataloger, has made a brief catalog of the changes, which I enclose.

Why should we not follow the old practice and let the cataloger and the public continue to use the usual thing?

Miss Van Valkenburgh: From the standpoint of a cataloger who has done it, we didn't find it useful to us.

If any cataloger has already started with, for example, "Birds" instead of "Ornithology," he can simply go on as he has begun.

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