Definitions for "Catalogue"
A list or enumeration of names, or articles arranged methodically, often in alphabetical order; as, a catalogue of the students of a college, or of books, or of the stars.
To make a list or catalogue; to insert in a catalogue.
the systematic list recording artifacts and other finds, recovered by archaeological research, including their description and Provenience.
Keywords:  bulletin, see
Same as bulletin.
An illustrated record of property to be offered for sale in a particular auction. Catalogues are available in printed form or online using LotFinder®, Christie's catalogue search engine.
A category of print modeling which involves models displaying products with the goal of making the products desirable to consumers.
Description of a collection of archives, giving details of creator, date, size, contents and other data, arranged hierarchically.
Two or more sheets of paper bound together with glue or staples, etc., that prevent exposure during normal handling and that contain descriptions and order numbers for merchandise and/or services for sale. Catalogues may contain an insert, but must not contain a sample. (catalogue)
The official source of information regarding University academic and administrative policies, major and degree requirements, course descriptions, etc.
a text file containing the translation rules of the public identifier to system's files
An official publication of IUB containing all information on academic programs, entry requirements, student life and activities.
Keywords:  kraft, envelope, heavy, mailing, paper
A large sized, open end mailing envelope, generally made from Kraft paper stock. Used primarily for mailing catalogues or heavy materials of various types.
Keywords:  noun
An organised record of each backup job, media etc which is normally stored on the hard drive
1. To organize information about records according to a specific classification system, such as subject, author, date, or place. 2. A group of cards, papers, or other media organized according to a specific classification system.
Keywords:  artifact, exactly, tells, site, number
an artifact is catalogued when it has been given a number that tells exactly where in the site that artifact was found
goods are shown in the pages of the catalogue. You can buy them on credit and pay in weekly or monthly instalments. The goods will usually be delivered by post. The price of the goods in the catalogue may be more than the price in a shop.
Keywords:  spending, great, together, way, time
a great way of spending time together
vs CATALOG
make a catalog of