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microform

(mī′krō-fŏrm″) [″ + ″]
An incomplete or minor expression of a trait or illness.
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Anyone who wants to use the microform areas must book one day in advance.
In addition, we have all benefitted from microform and digital access to otherwise inaccessible material.
(2) Forster and Dyce Collectioas, Natioaal Art Library at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Londoa, F.47.C.6-8; published as Reel 4 5, Britain's Literary Heritage, The Forster and Dyce Collectioas, the Natioaal Art Library, Part three: 19th Century Manuscripts: Sectioa A (Harvester Microform Publicatioas Ltd., Brightoa, 1987).
But Neil was on hand to demonstrate the state of the art technology that Microform Imaging is now pioneering.
Coverage encompasses all types of resources: print, online, databases, microform. Unlike other legal research texts, the organization of primary sources is based on the treatment of the branches of government in the Constitution.
He asserted that as homosexuality is a disease, as each vaccination produces homosexuality, as it prevents the formation of one's personality, saying that it is a microform of autism.
That physical form can be paper or a microform (film or fiche).
Along with very good advice about the benefits and limits of online resources, he also helps readers though more traditional stocks of information, such as literary research guides, union library compilations, print (and online) bibliographies, archives and collections of manuscripts, microform and digitization projects, school projects, periodicals, newspaper reviews, and specific web resources.
sales of published and distributed electronic, print, and microform products to academic, public, government, and medical school libraries as well as consortial groups.
As SEC Archivist, Brown's duties include setting policies and procedures for the maintenance and retention of records of all types, including paper, microform, electronic, audio, and video.
Donna has transferred within the National Library from the Reader Services Branch, Newspaper and Microform Reading Room, where she facilitated reference enquiries, interlibrary loans and document delivery requests.