documental

ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to or consisting of or derived from documents
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How To Use documental In A Sentence

  • It is claimed that documental evidence exists, but same has yet to be produced.
  • During the early 1900s the documentalists felt a need for a general term, which could describe the content of the documenting activity.
  • Vuelve Michael Moore contra Bush: "estúpidos hombres blancos". (director de cine) (la cinta documental Bowling for Columbine) (Entrevista): An article from: Proceso by Sanjuana Martínez OpEdNews - Quicklink: How Karl Rove played politics while people drowned
  • I am a librarian, documentalist and archivist.
  • The integrated documental reference rooms built by the library and all departments not only play a role in itself but also can manage and utilize these references scientifically and effectively.
  • The NY Times fancies itself the documentalist of events of the world, though one is often given to wonder how a reader can be expected to wade through the morass of verbiage in which a NY Times story is almost invariably embedded. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol III No 3
  • He contends that technology is nothing but a documental factor.
  • Traditional librarians and documentalists will certainly have a pilot role to play in sorting out this chaos.
  • This code seeks to express the basic responsibilities of the documentalist to his profession, to those with whom or for whom he works and to the public at large.
  • The satisfaction that comes to the user from the documentalist is the satisfaction of being able to do things with documents in all available media and genres.
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