3 edition of glossary of terms and abbreviations found in the catalog.
glossary of terms and abbreviations
Catherine G. Lambert
|Statement||C. G. Lambert.|
|Series||Technical memorandum, TM series - System Development Corporation|
|LC Classifications||U24 .L35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||80489178|
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AbeBooks' Glossary of Book Terms Our glossary was designed to help visitors to our website understand unfamiliar book-related terms. A more complete guide to Book Sizes, Book Conditions and Binding Terms can be found through the aforementioned links.
This abbreviated glossary covers only the most commonly encountered terms. There may be exceptions to some of our definitions - our main concern is to provide you with general concepts relative to commonly used book jargon. Abbreviations appear alphabetized at the beginning of each respective letter; only the most common abbreviations are included.
The following API Publications were reviewed to compile the abbreviations and definitions found in Section 2 of this Bulletin. List of Publications Bul S1, Fourteenth Edition Spec Q1, Second Edition Spec 1B, Fifth Edition RP 2A, Seventeenth Edition Spec 2B, Third Edition Spec 2C, Third Edition, with Supp 1 RP 2D, Second Edition.
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FAIR A book in very worn condition, but all of its important parts and dust jacket (if one was issued) must be present. May be soiled with tears, endpapers missing, etc. Such defects must be noted in descriptions.
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In the following entries, boldface links are external to the glossary and plain links reference other glossary entries.