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Definition of "bibliographic" [bib•li•o•graph•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to bibliography. (adjective)

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Use "bibliographic" in a sentence
  • "Jay Shorten (University of Oklahoma) and Ian Fairclough (Marion, Ohio, Public Library) are setting up a notification list for issues about personal names in bibliographic and authority records."
  • "The PCC’s direct involvement in bibliographic standards, both formulating and implementing, has led to official representation on the ALA committee concerned with descriptive access."
  • "So when we look at development we must not just break away from the paper concept but recognise that rights and contextual information, or what many today know as bibliographic, metadata and marketing material, are mere attributes of the content."
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