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collection

(Accumulation), noun accession, acervation, acervus, acquisition, addition, aggregate, aggregation, amassment, amount accrued, compilation, concentration, congestus, conglomerate, convergence, cumulation, group, growth by addition, heap, hoard, mass, obtainment, pile, stockpile, store
Associated concepts: collection of trust funds

collection

(Assembly), noun aggregation, association, audience, colligation, collocation, conflux, congregation, conventicle, convention, crowd, forgathering, gathering, group, ingathering, meet, meeting, multitude, muster, rally, reassembly, throng
Associated concepts: freedom of assembly

collection

(Payment), noun acquittance, amends, bearing the cost, cash payment, clearance, compensatio, compensation, contribution, defrayal, disbursement, discharge, enforcement of judggent, expenditure, fulfillment, full satisfaction, guerdon, indemnification, indemnity, installment, making amends, money paid, paying for, payment, price, propitiation, quid pro quo, quittance, receipted payment, recompense, redress, reimbursement, remission, remittance, remuneration, reparation, repayment, requital, restitution, restoration
Associated concepts: collecting bank, collection agencies, collection agent, collection and payment, collection attorrey, collection districts, collection of money, collection of taxes, collection officer, for collection only endorsements
See also: agglomeration, aggregate, assemblage, assembly, band, code, combination, compilation, conglomeration, congregation, corpus, cumulation, depository, digest, hoard, levy, store
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In a well-researched article, Gall Steinhart of Cornell University writes on the issue of geospatial data collections in libraries, but she focuses more on library-data producer relationships.
Although the items cannot be checked out and removed from the library, students, faculty and other researchers can browse through such collections as a set of Los Angeles court transcripts from 1885 to 1904, which include an ``infamous crime against nature'' in 1895 or ``exposure to strychnine maliciously with intent'' in 1897.
The company also adds two new colorways-antique rust and ivory-to the Karina Collection; and adds the Heritage, Timeless and Historic collections, each hand-tufted in India of 100 percent wool.
The Center was named for two distinguished bibliophiles who provided their collections to the university: Jesse Moorland, a 1914 graduate and trustee of Howard, and Arthur Spingarn, an attorney.
Much of the WRAP glass recycling toolkit is devoted to tips and advice on fostering a business relationship with LREs when establishing a glass collection program.
This exercise in making public the private realm of collecting recalls its inverse: attempts to install public collections in more personal modes--a conceptual means of display that has been in vogue for at least thirty years, even though it is infrequently deployed.
As a permanent collection of archival resources, PDCAT is the fruit of a three-pronged effort by the college's libraries and dance department and Philadelphia dance communities.
Those expectations get complicated almost at once, however, when the editors declare in the introduction that "the point of the present collection .
These figures indicate that turning over an overdue account to a collection agency is an action of last resort for many companies.
It's one important reason why companies become so attached to their collections.
Besides keeping track of which customers are behind and by how much, you should be aware of your average collection period - accounts receivable divided by sales per day.
And this is largely because of the efforts of Rod and Madge, who have been indefatigable about visiting other museums and collections and playing a very active role in the [scientific societies]" - avenues through which professionals become aware of important instruments.

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