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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 short, it has to be used at the beginning of a collection controversy, and must address a procedural defect in the IRS's action.
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But the library is running out of room, and officials hope to raise money to build an addition so the collection can continue to grow, Ventuleth said.
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The focus of the collection is the black experience in the 20th century, with specifically African American contributions to literature and the arts in a variety of formats, including broadsides, handbills, handwritten and typed manuscripts, letters, pamphlets, periodicals, photographs, programs and sheet music.
uk/pubglasstoolkit) is aimed at existing providers of recycling or waste collection services who want to develop glass collection agreements with LREs, which include bars, cards, hotels and restaurants among other establishments that often consume large quantities of products packaged in glass containers, particularly bottles.
The tour ended in the basement of La Maison Rouge with "396 regards," projected details of historical masterpieces from the slide collection of the late art historian Daniel Arasse.
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.
14) While accurate and meaningful data collection may have some social science and management value, it is fraught with pitfalls.
The last section of the collection, "Rhetorics, Philosophies, and Histories," is, as its title suggests, something of a hodgepodge.
To most people, data collection means clocking in and out via a bar-coded badge for time and attendance (payroll), which has been the most widely used application to date.
Most collection agencies try to collect money by using a combination of letters and telephone calls.