Any comprehensive group of animals or plants including several subordinate related groups.
In Engler's system of plant classification, a group of families showing certain structural or morphological relationships. It corresponds to the cohort of some writers, and to the order of many modern systematists.
A group of books, each with its own title but related to one another by the fact that each item bears a collective title applying to the group as a whole. The individual volumes may or may not be numbered.
Number or group of similar objects arranged in a row.
A group of separate bibliographic items related to one another by the fact that each item bears, in addition to its own title proper, a collective title applying to the group as a whole. The individual items may or may not be numbered. (AACR2)
A series is a group of pieces. Producers may wish to use a series to group a collection, ongoing special, or limited series. Others can then find all pieces in that series, and review the series itself.
Another word for a mutliparter. Can also be a set of stories that can be read separately without requiring the reading of the others, but which are interlinked, either in theme or by some other means - an example of this is my series 'Past Echoes.'
a group of bibliographic item s related to one another by a common title, in addition to each item's particular title. For example, the Life Library of Photography (the series title) includes the individual titles: Photographing Nature and Travel Photography. Kenneth Clark's BBC series, Civilisation, is in 13 parts, each episode having a different theme.
A group of volumes with a common theme, as in the Lanny Budd series of Upton Sinclair.
A group of stamps with a similar design or theme, issued over a period of time. A series may be planned or may evolve.
A group of classes that are sufficiently similar in kind of work performed to warrant similar titles, but are sufficiently different in level of responsibility to warrant different levels and rates of pay.
A group of frames forming a multi-week long scenario, usually indicated by 3 letters abbreviating the official title.
A group of maps with the same general characteristics
Records or groups of records arranged in accordance with a particular filing system or maintained as a unit because of their relationship to one another. Series may be organized by original order, subject, function, or type of material.
a group of postage stamps having a common theme or a group of coins or currency selected as a group for study or collection; "the Post Office issued a series commemorating famous American entertainers"; "his coin collection included the complete series of Indian-head pennies"
a collection of photographs on a very narrowly defined theme or event and it may relate a certain narrative when doing so
a division of similarly organized materials created by the creator of the records
a grouping of similar records that were created or used together by the creator
a group of closely related varieties that usually differ only in flower color
a group of closely related varieties with uniform characteristics, such as height, spread, and flowering habit
a group of documents of the same format (books, dvds, etc
a group of files or documents maintained as a unit because they relate to a particular subject or function, result from the same activity, have a particular form or because of some other relationship arising out of their creation or use
a group of files that are arranged systematically, or maintained as a unit, because they relate to a particular function, subject, or activity
a group of items linked together by commonality of function or system, created by one or more agencies over time
a group of items or files that are maintained in the same filing system, result from the same business activity and/or exist in a similar format
a group of items specifically designed to coordinate and compliment each in your kitchen or bath
a group of programs with a similar theme or idea
a group of publications that has one group title as well as distinct titles for the individual publications
a group of records created in a like format, maintained in a sequence and usually relating to a particular function or activity
a group of related records created to accomplish or document a particular function
a group of sequels, that amount to a total of at least three games, but often more
a group of stories with a designed start and finish
a group of three or more coordinate elements (words, phrases, or short clauses) that are in the same grammatical form and have the same rank of importance in a sentence
a group of topics that follow logically, one after another, each building on the previous one
a group of works that relate to each other by theme, idea, or subject matter
a large group of functional pieces, what you would typically think of as furniture
an organizational structure that allows you to organize a group of stories with a common theme or common main character
a number which identifies a group of similar jobs
a type of vegetation defined by dominance of a particular species, group of species or genus
serial publications that have a common theme or subject, usually issued in the same format by the same publisher
part of an archival fonds. Archive documents maintained as a unit because they result from the same activity or filing process or have a particular form; or because of some other relationship arising from their creation, accumulation or use.
A group of documents, created by the body itself, characterised by homogeneity of form, of subject and of topic in relation to the function of the body.
A group of related ads that were produced to convey a specific message and are part of the same campaign.
A group of materials related by source, document type, purpose, chronology, or topic.
Taxonomic division between section and species. A group of species within a genus with a very close relationship.
A group of related volumes published under a collective title. Each separate part may be numbered and have its own additional title.
A body of file units or documents arranged in accordance with a unified filing system or maintained by the record creator as a unit because of some relationship arising out of their creation, receipt, or use (Daniels and Walch 1986).
group of separate items issued under a collective title, as well as under individual titles.
a natural subgeneric grouping between section and species level in the classification of plants
Documents forming an entity within an archive or group e.g. minute books, out-going correspondence, clinical records.
a set of stamps with a similar theme and various denominations
a group of publications on a related theme or topic and released over a period of time, e.g., Current topics in microbiology and immunology.
A group of items related mostly by subject and publication by a particular publisher or producer (ex. Harry Potter). Some series may be "traced" or "untraced" (See also glossary entries "Traced series" and "Untraced" Series). MARC Fields: 4xx, 8xx
Sequence of films with continuing characters or themes, but with little other interdependence, especially with respect to plot or significant character development.
a group of identical or related records that are normally used and filed as a unit, and which permits identification/evaluation as a unit. A series may consist of one or many records.
A common title assigned by a publisher to a group of monographs having the same subject or theme
A grouping of file units or documents arranged in accordance with a unified filing system or maintained by the records creator as a unit because of some relationship arising out of their creation, receipt, or use. For example, correspondence or meeting minutes are typical series designations within an archival/manuscript COLLECTION or RECORD GROUP.
the group of 4 downs a team has to advance 10 yards.
Stamps with a common theme which may be released and added to over a number of years.
A number of books that are related to each other in terms of theme, purpose, characters, style, or content, or all of these things. Series are often given special titles that encompass each of the books in the series. For example, "The Complete Idiot's Guide" is a series of books. These books are geared toward a specific audience (not idiots, of course).
Books published as a group either because of their related subject matter (such as a biographical series on modern artists or on World War II aircraft) and/or single authorship (a set of works by Djuna Barnes, a group of books about science and society, or a series of titles geared to a particular diet-and-fitness program). Special series lines can offer a ready-made niche for an industrious author or compiler/editor who is up to date on a publisher's program and has a brace of pertinent qualifications and/or contacts. In contemporary fiction, some genre works are published in series form (such as family sagas, detective series, fantasy cycles).
Any group of races that when combined together, produce an overall winner for the total of races run. Many times a series will last for an 8 week period, then, the worst two weeks can be dropped for a 6 week series total. Any other variation on this theme is possible.
file units or documents arranged according to a filing system or kept together because they relate to a particular subject or function, result from the same activity, document a specific kind of transaction, take a particular physical form, or have some other relationship arising out of their creation, receipt, or use, such as restrictions on access and use. Also called a records series.
The main grouping of records, based on common function or subject.
Groups of postcards that belong together in a collection. The individual cards may or may not have been printed at the same time. More than just a common topic, a series has a common artist and publisher.
Group of habitat types with the same climax tree species. A taxonomic unit.
The third level of the catalogue which consists of a number of related pieces from the same department. A series is the main grouping of records with a common function or subject. Formerly known as class.