Definition of Cataloguers

1. Noun. (plural of cataloguer) ¹



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Definition of Cataloguers

1. cataloguer [n] - See also: cataloguer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cataloguers

cataloger
catalogers
catalogia
catalogic
cataloging
catalogize
catalogized
catalogizes
catalogizing
catalogs
cataloguable
catalogue
catalogue raisonné
catalogued
cataloguer
cataloguers (current term)
catalogues
cataloguing
cataloreactant
catalos
catalpa
catalpas
catalufa
catalymetric
catalysation
catalyse
catalysed
catalyser
catalysers
catalyses

Literary usage of Cataloguers

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1. Guide to the Cataloguing of Periodicals by Library of Congress Catalog Division, Mary Wilson MacNair (1918)
"PREFATORY NOTE cataloguers of periodicals have felt the necessity of decisions on points of form and order in details of entry not specified in the code of ..."

2. Indexing: A Handbook of Instruction by George Edward Brown (1921)
"The rules there given are those adopted by cataloguers of books and may be ... IV (17 and 18) cataloguers treat such names differently in the two cases, ..."

3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... where we can trust its accuracy. Gennadius of Marseilles continued this work with great profit to us. The Western cataloguers of heresies, ..."

4. Monopolies and Trusts in America, 1895-1899 by Fanny Borden (1906)
"Or, •; A:..- . New York State Library MELVIL DEWEY Director Bulletin 84 BIBLIOGRAPHY 36 ' • • .- l , A SELECTION OP cataloguers REFERENCE BOOKS ..."

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