Cataloged [adjective]

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Once the sample is back on Earth, it will be stored and cataloged at a curation center in Beijing.

Matt Snow, co-founder of an apparel business called Boredwalk, said Facebook’s automated systems inadvertently flagged 40% of his company’s product catalog as unsafe late last month.

Many potential “exotic” phases, made possible by the bizarre consequences of quantum mechanics, have been cataloged in theoretical explorations, and we can now start realizing these possibilities in the lab with specially designed materials.

Mathematicians created and uploaded pieces of digitized mathematics, gradually building a catalog for Lean to draw on.

By cataloging the steady march of human progress, the Harvard psychologist and linguist has become a very public intellectual.

A cross between a Lincecumii and Elvira credited to Munson but not cataloged by him.

Many of these must be at hand in the school building and so classified and cataloged that they are available at short notice.

Mr. Dewey: What shall be the unit of circulation—the cataloged library or the single book or combination?

The book, Cookery for Beginners, has always been cataloged and sold in cloth binding at the low price of $1.00.

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