Bibliographic in a sentence | Use of the word bibliographic examples

Pharos’s database is aimed primarily aimed at scholars — although it is freely available for all to use — and is dedicated to uploading a work’s attribution and provenance as well as conservation, exhibition, and bibliographic histories.

THNOC has digitized its early 1900s blue books, which are available to scroll through on a gallery touchscreen, and in their online catalog (search for “blue book” and click on “bibliographic Records”).

At the end of the LOC’s fraying bibliographic chain, Surplus Books inspires a certain feeling of futility.

Edited by Tony Brook and Adrian Shaughnessy, it represents the first in Unit Edition’s new Archive Series, described as “a bibliographic celebration of graphic design archives and collections.” Organized by each stamp’s country of origin, the 330-page tome is image-heavy, bringing together 450 stamps from 58 nations — plus the United Nations.

The team identified the genders of first authors by running bibliographic information through databases such as SexMachine or Gender API.

Later, Munroe wrote, “[T]he biographical and bibliographic research compiled and translated by Reiko Tomii” for that exhibition “created the foundation for all subsequent research on [Kusama] and her activities in Japan, the US, and Europe from her birth until 1989.” Tomii worked with Munroe again on the latter’s Japanese Art After 1945: Scream Against the Sky, an exhibition that opened at the Yokohama Museum of Art in Japan and later came to the now-closed Guggenheim SoHo in New York.

The bibliographic survey, Black Slavery In The Americas, is a two-volume collection of writings that detail slavery and its effects from 1860 through 1980.

The information was collected from previous surveys and studies, bibliographic databases, and ministries of health or national statistical organizations.

“All authors consulted for my work are included as bibliographic references.” Peruvians will head to polls on April 10 for the first presidential election since a decade-long mining boom ended.

Microsoft’s communication team declined to make any of the people who run it available, but a paper from the team at Microsoft Research lays the specs out pretty well: It figures out the bibliographic data of papers and combines that with results from Bing.

His article includes an eight-page bibliographic appendix, listing books and dissertations on the subject of American colonialism.

Gopnik does not engage with any thinkers from the Marxist tradition; a bibliographic note explains—unconvincingly, given his success in selecting from the equally massive literatures on liberals and reactionaries—that “Marxist and post-Marxist theory comprises too vast a list of titles to be neatly enumerated here.” Nothing, either, from the expansive constellation of well-known contemporary left publications, nothing on existing left politicians, organizations, or positions that might indicate what socialism in 2019 is really about—and just how remote the sort of revolution Gopnik panics about is from the debates of the contemporary left.

It is a work in progress on many levels, and one that depends on a culture of open bibliographic data-sharing in the academy.

(Picture book; ages 4 to 8) Because of a production error, a bibliographic note with an earlier version of this review included an extraneous illustrator’s credit, in addition to the credit for the actual illustrator.

Thousands of people nationwide have been lining up to view what the Shakespeare scholar Emma Smith calls his “bibliographic embodiment,” encased in a high-tech vitrine to prevent decomposition.

As such, they became potent emblems of nostalgia, binding up (although they had no bindings) wistful longing for the beloved bibliographic companions of years gone by.

Mr. Wolfe began making his bibliographic artworks more than 20 years ago.

• Because of an editing error, bibliographic information on Dec. 6 with the Books of The Times review, about “The Revenge of Analog: Real Things and Why They Matter” by David Sax, rendered incorrectly the name of the publisher.

Because of an editing error, bibliographic information on Dec. 6 with the Books of The Times review, about “The Revenge of Analog: Real Things and Why They Matter” by David Sax, rendered incorrectly the name of the publisher.

A bibliographic note with a review on May 7 about “Notes of a Crocodile,” by Qiu Miaojin, misstated the book’s suggested retail price.

A bibliographic note with an earlier version of this review misstated the number of pages in “Clayton Byrd Goes Underground.” There are 166, not 66.

• A bibliographic note with a review on May 7 about “Notes of a Crocodile,” by Qui Miaojin, misstated the book’s suggested retail price.It is $15.95, not $27.95.

A bibliographic note with a review on Aug. 27 about the picture book “No One Else Like You” misstated the number of pages in the book.

A bibliographic note with a review on Aug. 27 about the picture book “Why Am I Me?” misstated the publisher.

• A bibliographic note with a review on Aug. 27 about the picture book “No One Else Like You” misstated the number of pages in the book.

• A bibliographic note with a review on Aug. 27 about the picture book “Why Am I Me?” misstated the publisher.

A bibliographic note with an earlier version of this review misspelled the name of one of the book’s editors.

• A bibliographic note with a review on Oct. 15 about “Complete Stories,” by Kurt Vonnegut, misspelled the surname of one of the book’s editors.

Instead, he published his first bibliographic study, “Six Score: The 120 Best Books on the Range Cattle Industry,” while he was still an undergraduate.

Also, the bibliographic note with an earlier version of the review omitted the words “Its Apocalyptic Weather” from the subtitle.

BOOK REVIEW A bibliographic note last Sunday with a review of the Japanese story collection “The Lonesome Bodybuilder,” by Yukiko Motoya, omitted the translator’s name.

The U.S. Department of Education’s Education Resources Information Center launched in 1965, and early in its life, relied on the terminology “document resume” to refer to its bibliographic entries.

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