bibliographic bibliographic


  • (adj) relating to or dealing with bibliography


  1. That composition, they have shown, holds the key to many bibliographic mysteries.
  2. In their summaries, they must include a sentence or two that reacts to the reading, along with bibliographic information such as the author, title, page number and issue date.
  3. Apart from the problem of translation, the technology of bibliographic control in scientific fields is already a reality.


  • More e-books available at HLGU

    For the first time, people in Missouri can access more than 138,000 unique e-book titles at 59 Missouri Bibliographic Information User System (MOBIUS) member libraries after MOBIUS recently purchased EBSCO eBook™ subscription packages from EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO).
    on August 12, 2013     Source: The Hannibal Courier-Post


  1. "It intrigued me that she was not in any of the standard bibliographic sources . . . including Notable American Women, which was an attempt to make up for the fact that women were not included in standard biographies as much as men were," said...
    on Jul 6, 2006 By: Bruns Source: Boston Globe (registration)

  2. "If that's all they're doing, they only need to copy the bibliographic material. If they want to make it searchable, it's not longer a card catalog," Schroeder responded.
    on Oct 19, 2005 By: Pat Schroeder Source:

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