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ar·chi·val

 (är-kī′vəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, kept in, or suitable for archives: "An archival material should have a neutral or slightly alkaline pH; it should also ... have good aging properties" (Artist's Magazine).
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Adj.1.archival - of or relating to or contained in or serving as an archivearchival - of or relating to or contained in or serving as an archive
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archival

[ɑːrˈkaɪvəl] adj [material] → archivistique

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02 Contract Notice: The Library and NRS use KasemakeCAD box making machines to make archival storage boxes.
The four modules here focus on archival description, a practice archivists do not share with colleagues in libraries and museums, who are concerned with individual publications and objects rather than with entire collections or holdings.
Outlining fundamental archival principles and practices, introducing core concepts, and explaining best practices to ensure that documentary materials are cared for as effectively as possible, this newly revised edition contains expanded discussion of the impact of digital technologies on archival materials and archival practice and an examination of the changing role of the archivist in the digital age, as archival professionals find that they need to be directly engaged with the creators of records in order to help ensure the preservation of valuable archives, for the present and for posterity.
Keeping Time: An Introduction to Archival Best Practices for Music Librarians.
He would meet very talented Ed Archival in the finals.
This is one of six volumes of the Archival Fundamentals Series II, which collectively seeks to "provide the foundation for modern archival practice and theory.
The motion picture academy unveiled two poster designs Thursday for the 78th annual Academy Awards, for the first time ever using archival photographs as the basis for the concept.
In many cases this digital content is effectively unmanaged, or is managed as current data by the institution's computer center--in other words, it is not under archival control or easily found for reuse by those other than the original creator.
Evidence in the archival sense can be defined as the passive ability of documents and objects and their associated contexts to provide insight into the processes, activities, and events that led to their creation for legal, historical, archaeological, and other purposes.
Application of recent techniques to detect current pathogens in archival effluent samples collected and concentrated in 1987 lead to the characterization of norovirus GGII.
Over a decade ago, Shimon Attie made a splash with several series of color photographs depicting buildings in Berlin (and, later, other German and European cities) onto which he projected archival black-and-white photographs of those same neighborhoods in an earlier era, restoring, in ghostly form, their once-active Jewish populations.
Plasmon (LSE: PLM), the market leader for professional data archival solutions, has announced that the company has shipped more than two petabytes of UDO (Ultra Density Optical) archival storage library capacity.