Tesauro de la Minería y Materias Afines

"El Tesauro de la Minería y Materias Afines, es un vocabulario controlado bilingue (español-inglés) para la indización de la información del sector. Constituye una herramienta de trabajo indispensable para todas aquellas unidades de información, que analicen y procesen técnicamente información relacionada al área, disponiendo o no de tecnología computacional."

Λεξικό για το αλκοόλ και τις λοιπές ψυχοδραστικές ουσίες

"Σκοπός του Λεξικού είναι να δώσει μια σειρά ορισμών για όρους που αναφέρονται στα οινοπνευματώδη ποτά, στον καπνό και άλλες ψυχοδραστικές ουσίες. Οι ορισμοί αυτοί θα είναι χρήσιμοι για κλινικούς, διοικητικά στελέχη, ερευνητές και άλλους ενδιαφερόμενους στο συγκεκριμένο τομέα. Είναι επεξηγηματικοί ορισμοί, που περιγράφουν τις ψυχοδραστικές επιδράσεις, τη συμπτωματολογία, τις συνέπειες και τις θεραπευτικές ενδείξεις. Δίνονται για κάθε γενικής κατηγορίας ψυχοδραστικά φάρμακα και για μερικά συναφών κατηγοριών.

Harvard Spectral Classification Scheme

"The modern stellar spectral classification scheme (also known as the Harvard Spectral Classification Scheme) was created by Annie Jump Cannon through her examination of spectra from 1918 to 1924. Originally, the scheme used capital letters running alphabetically, but was later reordered to reflect the surface temperatures of stars. In order of decreasing temperature, these types were O, B, A, F, G, K and M. Three additional categories also in the scheme: R, N, and S types, were later realized to represent stars with peculiar heavy-metal abundances.

British Catalogue of Music Classification

"The British Catalogue of Music Classification (BCM Classification) is a faceted classification that was commissioned from E. J. Coates by the Council of the British National Bibliography to organize the content of the British Catalogue of Music. The published schedule (1960) was considerably expanded by Patrick Mills of the British Library up until its use was abandoned in 1998. Entries in the catalogue were organized by BCM classmark from the catalogue's inception in 1957 until 1982.

Romanesque Art

"Throughout the 11th and 12th centuries there was a growing spirit of religious fervour in Europe. Groups of pilgrims embarked upon journeys to holy sites and the Crusades were organized to set the Holy Land free from the Muslims. At the same time, more and more devotees renounced the mundane world to retire into religious communities called monasteries. Soon monks gained great influence on all aspects of contemporary society.

Glossary of Housing Terms

"Formerly titled A Glossary of House-Building and Site-Development Terms, this invaluable reference text has been used for three decades by people in the housing industry and by university and college students enrolled in construction-related education programs. Completely revised, this comprehensive, up-to-date glossary incorporates more than 300 new definitions to reflect current construction terminology."

Library of Avalon Classification System

"The Library's classification system is unique, having been devised specifically for its purpose by the Founders (who based it upon the Bliss system), and formally copyrighted in 1990. It provides far more subcategories than would the Dewey decimal classification system. It is entirely alphabetical, the first two letters being the category code, the remaining three being the first three letters of the author's surname (with precedence rules for such names as macDonald, tenEyck or duMaurier).