recatalogue

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recatalogue

(riːˈkætəˌlɒɡ) or

recatalog

vb (tr)
(Library Science & Bibliography) to catalogue (something, such as a book or collection of books) again
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Activity began on three fronts: ordering music materials, devising systems to properly classify and catalog (or recatalog) printed music materials for the Art and Music Library in Harriman Hall, and designing a workable scheme for the recordings in the basement of Baird Hall.
While it took 2 years (not 6 months as he initially estimated) to get a new online catalog up and running, he was also able to select and set up a new library software package when the unexpected need to recatalog IRC's entire collection arose.
The second grant, in effect from late 1994 through early 1997, provided $186,000 to recatalog sixteen thousand sound recordings that had been processed prior to 1980 and were accessible only via card catalogs located in the Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives.
Issues and rule interpretations discussed in the subsequent articles include: the decision of when to recatalog; the use of uniform titles; and the dilemma of multiple versions of the same intellectual work, with an emphasis on microform cataloging.
This specimen, recently recataloged as OMNH 73929, is a piece of the right dentary with the posterior end of the diastema and the p2-p4 (Fig.
Acquisition date (to identify titles that had been recataloged)
"I recataloged the collection from Cutter to Library of Congress and learned about how libraries worked--and liked it.