A catalogue, Burtynsky Oil, has also just been published by Steidl/Corcoran.
That is no surprise—as Churchill famously said, "War is a catalogue of errors."
They are published for the first time in the catalogue and, in part, here.
catalogue, published by Flammarion (2014), includes photographs from the Magnum Photos archives and text by Éric Hazan.
Meanwhile CBS announced a similar deal this year that will offer their catalogue of shows online for a monthly fee.
Here, perhaps, the favourable side of the catalogue should end.
A catalogue of engravers who have been born, or resided in England.
These must be found in the catalogue of 597 our exports, and among these will be seen neither gold nor silver.
Hold, Maria—what a catalogue of uncomfortable comforts have you run over.
Lavrille, "the grand mogul of zoology," reduced science to a catalogue of names.
early 15c., from Old French catalogue "list, index" (14c.), and directly from Late Latin catalogus, from Greek katalogos "a list, register, enrollment" (e.g. the katalogos neon, the "catalogue of ships" in the "Iliad"), from kata "down; completely" (see cata-) + legein "to say, count" (see lecture (n.)).
1590s, "to make a catalogue;" see catalogue (n.). From 1630s as "to enter into a catalogue." Related: Catalogued; cataloguing.