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The sewn or binding edge of the gathered sections of a book to which the lining is applied.The back may be flat, but more often it is given a convex curve in a binding procedure called rounding.
Also, to print the reverse side of a sheet that has already been printed on one side.Any issue of a periodical that precedes the current issue.Back issues are usually retained in a back file, which may be stored in a different location in the periodicals section of a library, sometimes converted to a more compact format, such as microfilm or microfiche.Also spelled A printed, engraved, or photographic device in plastic, metal, paper, or cloth indicating support of a cause, signifying membership or achievement in a group or society, or verifying identity, usually intended to be worn visibly on the person and often preserved as memorabilia (, badges are cataloged as graphic materials.Also, a removable name tag worn by a library employee who works in public services, identifying the wearer to library patrons.Also spelled The pages following the text at the end of a book on which the appendices, notes, bibliographies, list of contributors, indices, imprint, and any advertising normally appear.
In scholarly works, the back matter may be considerable.
A jobber in the business of supplying books, videocassettes, and music materials to retailers and libraries, usually at a discount, and of providing value added and customized services to meet the needs of libraries of all types.
B&T products and services are listed and described in its trade catalogs. In budgeting, to keep expenditures in line with income, usually for the duration of a fixed accounting period.
The fold along which a signature is gathered to form the binding edge of a book, left uncut in sewn bindings but trimmed in perfect binding to allow the adhesive to bond more securely.
Synonymous with In pictorial art, the parts of a scene that appear to lie in the distance, behind figures and objects in the foreground.
Synonymous with All the publications on a publisher's active list that are no longer new, having been published prior to the current season.