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accompanying material

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n. ~ Description · Materials that are a physically distinct component, typically in a different form, of the item being described and intended to be used with that item.

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Examples include liner notes accompanying a sound recording or a map in a pocket in a book's binding. When describing an oral history recording, the transcript is often treated as accompanying material rather than being described separately.

Citations:
(NARA Senate Records, accompanying papers) Petitions, affidavits, letters, and other papers that support or oppose claims for damages, pensions, or other forms of relief for which a private bill has been introduced, or papers relating to public bills.
(RAD 1990, accompanying papers) Material issued with, and intended to be used with, the material being described.