Collection pertains to an artificial accumulation of materials devoted to a single theme, person, event, or type of document acquired from a variety of sources.

A general term used to describe groupings of archival or manuscripts materials.

See also:
"Collection" is in the NACE Code "90.01"
  Collection and treatment of sewage

"Collection" is in the NAICS Code "56144"
  Collection Agencies

"Collection" is in the CPC Code "8592"
  Collection agency services

"Collection" is in the UNSPSC Code "47101523"
  Collection tanks

Ref: 122378/2006-09-19

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Collection, purification and distribution of water
Collection, purification and distribution of water
Collection, purification and distribution of water
Codex Alimentarius (Codex Alimentarius refers to a collection of ...)

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