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bibliographic


  • a  relating to or dealing with bibliography

  • That composition, they have shown, holds the key to many bibliographic mysteries.
  • 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.
  • Includes PDQ, a peer-reviewed database of the latest results of clinical trials and other research projects, and CancerLit, a bibliographic database .
News & Articles

  • 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).
    Aug. 12, 2013 - The Hannibal Courier-Post
Quotes

  • Bruns in Boston Globe (registration)
    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...
  • Pat Schroeder in InternetNews.com
    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.

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