the establishment and maintainance of consistent forms of terms, as of names, subjects, and titles, to be used as headings in bibliographic records.
- Authority figure
a person whose real or apparent authority over others inspires or demands obedience and emulation: Parents, teachers, and police officers are traditional authority figures for children. Contemporary Examples Muehl was of course the authority figure, with all resultant perks. The Life and Art of Radical Provocateur—and Commune Leader—Otto Muehl Anthony Haden-Guest September 21, 2014 The […]
- Authority file
a file, either on cards or in machine-readable format, in which decisions involving bibliographic records, particularly for form of entry, are recorded to establish a precedent or rule for subsequent decisions and to provide for consistency of entries.
the act of . permission or power granted by an ; sanction. a legislative act money to be spent for government programs that specifies a maximum spending level without provision for actual funds. Contemporary Examples Congress might vote on the authorization of force measure as soon as December. America United on Syria, for Now Michael […]
given or endowed with : an authorized agent. duly sanctioned. to give or official power to; empower: to authorize an employee to sign purchase orders. to give for; formally sanction (an act or proceeding): Congress authorized the new tax on tobacco. to establish by or usage: an arrangement long authorized by etiquette books. to afford […]