American national standard guidelines for thesaurus structure, construction, and use

approved July 10, 1973, American National Standards Institute, inc.
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Statement[prepared by Subcommittee 25 on Thesaurus Rules and Conventions of American National Standards Committee on Standardization in the Field of Library Work, Documentation, and Related Publishing Practices, Z39] ; Secretariat, Council of National Library Associations.
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LC ClassificationsZ695 .A589 1974
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