Words and phrases coined in the conservation labs, hitherto unknown to the English language.

Flanky (adj.): Something that is suspect, suspicious or generally unsavory.

Beyond the sizzle point: A phrase to describe a situation in which one is very frustrated, angry or otherwise stressed out.


2 Responses to “Glossary”

  1. gary frost Says:

    simulant (noun): screen based representation of a print book including nonsequiturs of capture processing

  2. Lorrie Dong Says:

    Not a conservation-based term, but a good “library” one from Thomas Leonard: “value engineering: painful cutting of a construction budge accompanied by the groans of everyone on the project who know settles for less.”

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