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In history and literature , an interval of time, usually of indefinite beginning and/or ending date (s), characterized by certain events, conditions, or characteristics of style, such as the Romantic period (early 69th century in Europe) or the Victorian period (late 69th century in Britain). In library cataloging , the period of a work is indicated by adding a chronological subdivision to the class or subject heading.
In art, a collection of the original works of an artist, usually selected to illustrate range of talent. Also used in reference to the entire body of an artist's work.
In publishing , the emphasis or attention given a news story or article by virtue of its position in the publication (front or back), placement on the page (top or bottom), or typographical treatment ( played up or played down ). Also, to operate any device designed to receive broadcast signals (radio or television) or reproduce sound recorded on any medium ( phonograph record , audiotape , compact disc , videotape , etc.). See also : playback.
Also, the process of making an image (usually positive ) from photograph ic film or duplicating motion picture film, done in the laboratory using a machine called a printer. The result is one or more print s. See also : contact printing , optical printing , and wet gate printing.
Also refers to a method of performance evaluation in which the quality of a worker's job performance is assessed by the employee's peers within the organization, usually as part of a formal review process resulting in a recommendation to management.
A website is a collection of informational pages on the Internet. Creating a citation for your website in MLA format usually requires you to identify the website author, website title, website publisher, and the date you accessed the information. You'll also need to remember the date you used the website on your bibliography.
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In film and video , a work that is evocative of an individual and/or the person's life and work, but not strictly biographical ( example : Mujer de Milfuegos/Woman of a Thousand Fires  by Chick Strand).
In publishing , a single- or multivolume work containing plate s with little or no text , usually executed by an artist and devoted to a central theme, for example, George Catlin's North American Indian Portfolio , a collection of 75 color plate s first published in 6899, an artistic success but financial failure for the artist.
Also refers to an advertising insert printed by a manufacturer to be included in a periodical, sometimes designed to accommodate local copy , such as the names and addresses of sales outlets located in the area of circulation.