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A term consisting of more than one word or a phrase that represents a single concept. Compound terms must be constructed according to the guidelines of this Standard. See also bound term and precoordination.

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bound termA term consisting of a compound term or phrase that indicates a single concept. (The phrase was originated by Mortimer Taube in his Studies in Coordinate Indexing, vol. 1, 1953, p. 43.) See also compound term., precoordinationThe formulation of a multiword heading or the linking of a heading and subheadings to create a formally controlled, multi-element expression of a concept or object. Precoordination is often used to ensure logical sorting of related expressions. Examples of precoordinated headings: New England ..., termOne or more words designating a concept. See also compound term, entry term, and precoordinated term.

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