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bookmark

Informatics
verb To save the uniform/universal resource locator (URL) of a webpage of interest for future visit(s).

Vox populi
noun A person noted for future reference, a metaphor borrowed from informatics.
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bookmark

Online A popular term for the noting of a person for future reference–a metaphor borrowed from Web browsers
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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One option was for the participants to set four separate standards using the bookmark procedure and combine them at the end of the workshop.
(33) Fourth District Court of Appeal, Creating Bookmarks within Adobe Acrobat, available at http://www.4dca.org/opinions/ bookmark-tutorial3.pdf.
The bookmarks can also be purchased during office hours at the service's office in the city's Central Library in Smithford Way.
A higher number of bookmark sites could also be used.
Social bookmarking sites are useful for more than storing bookmarks; they are also valuable tools for building lists of topical resources on the fly and sharing those lists with others.
So I've found it far easier to bookmark specific useful sections of these megasites in Delicious so I don't have to play the "where the heck did I get that" game.
CREATIVE youngsters got stuck into a national charity's book festival by designing their own bookmark.
Tags and research fields can be added to an individual bookmark or assigned to a list of bookmarks in a batch import.
a bookmark! A silver-plated bookmark no less but still a bookmark!
We assembled a standard-setting panel of 22 educational experts from around the country to complete a modified bookmark standard-setting process.