call slip


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call slip

n.
A form filled out by a library patron to request a book.

call slip

n
(Library Science & Bibliography) a form for requesting a library book by title and call number. Also called: call card or requisition form

call′ slip`


n.
a printed form filled in by a library patron to request the use of a particular item.
[1880–85, Amer.]
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A call slip is generated in the circulation department of the holding library, a student retrieves the volume and provisionally checks it out to the requesting patron and then puts it in a Pony Express mail bag, which is sent to the patron's home institution.
Aided by Tigar, who had returned to the firm in 1974 specifically to help on the Connally case, Williams collected every call slip, every phone bill, every bank statement, every scrap of evidence that the prosecutors could possibly use to catch Connally in a lie.
This means scanning supplemental documentation such as Post-its, phone notes and call slips.
For example, they may only match materials to call slips rather than reviewing the physical condition of the items.