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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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Archival materials are described first in the broadest sense with information about the creator and overarching information about what can be found within a fonds.
This book fills in these gaps of knowledge, giving the reader insight into not only the thoughts and discussion of people working in archives, but also the fascinating world of archival collecting and research.
In this second edition of Currents of Archival Thinking, readers will explore the "shifting, converging, and cross-currents of archival thinking" and as well as the "role of archivists and archival institutions." Foundations, functions, and framework serve as the trinity for effective archival and records management and shape the content of the volume.
(NASDAQ: IMGN) is presenting data from a mirvetuximab soravtansine (IMGN853) Phase 1 biopsy expansion cohort demonstrate that archival tumor tissue can reliably identify patients with folate receptor alpha -positive platinum-resistant ovarian cancer, the company said.
Fifteen years ago Marlene Kadar and Helen Buss published their important anthology Working in Women's Archives: Researching Women's Private Literature and Archival Documents and established the foundation for researching women's lives and work in Canada.
In order to provide at-scale data storage, the enhanced freeze-ray system adopts Archival Disc*2 with a recording capacity of 300GB per disc.
To understand why documents have not come down to us in the form of archival collections, it is not enough to show that documents have survived--rather, we must explain the "archives' silence." (7)
This article discusses appraisal in relationship to the documentary evidence of music making, and the principles behind acquisition decisions in an archival setting.
He did it by blasting past talented Eddie Archival 21-9, 21-16 in the semis.
Few kinds of biomedical research have contributed more and can contribute more to saving human lives and protecting human health than "archival research." Several kinds of medical institutions, such as biobanks, have stored samples of human tissue, blood, urine, saliva, and other biological material, often with associated health and demographic data.
Details about the incident are yet sketchy but the victim, lawyer Noel Archival was apparently with his driver and an assistant on board his car when a lone gunman shot at them several times, the victim's brother, Cebu City councilor Nestor Archival told local newsmen.