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01. I found a beautiful sweater I like in the Eaton's [catalog] for only $40.
02. Tim's work at the observatory [cataloging] stars has brought him a lot of recognition in his field.
03. According to a price [catalog] of antiques, your mother's old teapot is worth over $500.
04. My children always got excited looking at the toys in the department store [catalogs] at Christmas time.
05. I checked a [catalog] of used car values before buying a used van so that I would know how much it was worth.
06. The bed I want to buy is pictured on page 34 of the new Sears summer [catalog].
07. In 1888, Johan Dreyer published a [catalog] listing and identifying the known stars.
08. The [catalog] of the items for auction lists over 50 paintings by the artist.
09. Scientists are still [cataloging] new species of insects which are being discovered worldwide.
10. Many goods can now be bought from [catalogs] available on-line.
11. An environmental group has been [cataloging] pollution by industries in the area in order to pressure the government into passing stricter laws.
12. Sandra Cisneros once said, "I always tell people that I became a writer not because I went to school, but because my mother took me to the library. I wanted to become a writer so I could see my name in the card [catalog]."
13. In a department store [catalog] from 1900, a piano cost $98.00.
14. It took the scientists months to [catalog] all the different bone fragments they found at the site.

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  • catalog — CATALÓG, cataloage, s.n. Listă, caiet, registru, sistem de fişe etc. care conţine o înşirare metodică, după anumite criterii şi cu anumite scopuri, de nume de fiinţe sau de obiecte, titluri de cărţi etc. – Din fr. catalogue, lat. catalogus.… …   Dicționar Român

  • Catalog 3 — Студийный альбом Boards of Canada Дата выпуска 1987 Жанр …   Википедия

  • catalog — or catalogue [kat′ə lôg΄, kat′əläg΄] n. [Fr catalogue < LL catalogus < Gr katalogos, a list, register < katalegein, to reckon, list < kata , down, completely + legein, to say, count: see LOGIC] a complete or extensive list, esp. ☆ a)… …   English World dictionary

  • catalog — n *list, inventory, table, schedule, register, roll, roster catalog vb *record, register, list, enroll Analogous words: enumerate, number, *count: *enter, admit …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Catalog — Cat a*log, n. & v. Catalogue. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • catalog — index codify, docket, enumerate, impanel, index (relate), itemize Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2 …   Law dictionary

  • catalog — see CATALOGUE (Cf. catalogue) …   Etymology dictionary

  • catalog — Bound Printed Matter consisting entirely of advertising …   Glossary of postal terms

  • catalog — / catalogue [n] written or printed matter featuring a selection of objects archive, brief, bulletin, calendar, cartulary, charts, classification, compendium, directory, docket, draft, enumeration, gazette, gazetteer, hit list*, index, inventory,… …   New thesaurus

  • Catalog — A catalog or catalogue is an organized, detailed, descriptive list of items arranged systematically. It may also refer to a list of items enumerated with a specific numbering scheme. The word comes from the Hesiodic Catalogue of Women or Eoiae .… …   Wikipedia

  • catalog — catalogist, n. catalogic /kat l oj ik/, catalogical, catalogistic /kat l oh jis tik/, adj. /kat l awg , og /, n. 1. a list or record, as of items for sale or courses at a university, systematically arranged and often including descriptive… …   Universalium