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From James Granger, a 19th century English biographer.
- IPA: /ˈɡreɪnʒərɪˌzeɪʃən/
Alternative forms 
- grangerization (mostly US)
grangerisation (plural grangerisations)
- The act of illustrating a book with pictures taken from published sources, such as by clipping them out for one's own use.
- A book illustrated by this process.