Keyword-indexing



noun, Library Science, Digital Technology.
1.
the process of constructing or compiling an index to a document or other item by using keywords that describe the item.

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    [kee-wurd] /ˈkiˌwɜrd/ noun 1. a word that serves as a key, as to the meaning of another word, a sentence, passage, or the like. 2. a word used to encipher or decipher a cryptogram, as a pattern for a transposition procedure or the basis for a complex substitution. 3. Also called catchword. Library Science. a […]

  • Keyword stuffing

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    cassia, the name of Job’s second daughter (42:14), born after prosperity had returned to him.



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