multivolume


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multivolume

(ˈmʌltɪˌvɒljuːm)
adj
1. (Journalism & Publishing) (of a text) comprising two or more volumes
2. (Computer Science) (of a computer disk or cartridge) containing several entities that can be accessed independently
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Otley Beyer, and arranged and bound the term papers of his students into a multivolume resource he named the 'Pasig Papers.
With so much written on Washington, including three multivolume collections of his writings, it would be hard to imagine something new to say about him.
The first publication in a multivolume series on the history of the acquisition of major weapon systems by the Department of Defense, author Elliott Converse presents a meticulously researched overview of changes in acquisition policies, organizations, and processes within the United States military establishment during the decade and a half following World War II.
Donald Knuth, also 78, is a professor emeritus at Stanford University and the author of the influential multivolume The Art of Computer Programming.
The first way to write the biography of such a person would be to write a multivolume 1,000-page tome plodding through each work, each period, each controversy, each accomplishment.
This multivolume set is basically for high school and public libraries audiences, designed to provide readers with an overview of contemporary customs and life in Africa through discussions of key concepts and topics that touch everyday life among the nations' peoples.
ZCC Allocation Director also provides policies for scratch, multivolume, and unit-affinity requests to the zVT.
Siebeck wanted Troeltsch to be one of the major editors of the multivolume Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart, and he frequently wrote him for advice on potential submissions and collaborators (100, 109-10, 139-41).
These writings come together for the first time in one place in Motoring West, which documents the very first years of automobile usage and contributes to a planned multivolume series on the subject.
USDA maintains a library of about 200 cooperative publications and videos, ranging from broad topics--such as "How to Start a Cooperative" and "Co-ops 101"--to more technical reports, such as a multivolume set of reports on tax laws for cooperatives.
This is the second of a planned multivolume account of the air war over the Mediterranean during World War II.
In the two short works Sacred Scripture and White Horse, he provides the spiritual theory behind the verse-by-verse analysis found in his multivolume works Secrets of Heaven and Revelation Unveiled.