In the Term Sequence, the relator terms are listed alphabetically.  A listing by code is provided in a separate Code Sequence list.  An entry for a term to which a code has been assigned includes the term followed by the code in brackets, both in boldface.  In many cases, a definition follows the relator term.  Any variants of the term are also listed.  The first type of variant term is preceded by the symbol UF (used for).  For example:

Expert  [exp]

Use for a person or organization in charge of the description and appraisal of the value of goods, particularly rare items, works of art, etc.

UF    Appraiser

The UF terms also appear in their alphabetic position in the list as references, but not in boldface.  The entry under the term referred to must be consulted to determine the code.  These references link directly to the code you need.  For example:


USE  Expert

Entries may also include a note in [brackets] explaining a change in the use of codes.  For example:

Graphic technician

USE  Artist

[Relator term "Graphic technician" (coded [grt]) used before March 1988 only.]

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