Of or pertaining to an archive or archiving. (adjective)
Examples of word archival
Two weeks ago, I posted that IDW would be reprinting the Archie newspaper strip in archival hardcovers beginning in 2010.
Prints are offered as limited editions in archival-quality formats at affordable prices.
The neat trick is to connect the uneasy church-and-state issues that dog Billy Graham, Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson (who all play themselves in archival footage, thank you) all the way back to the arrival of the first religion-obsessed New World settlers.
If you haven't carefully stored your Food sections in archival binders -- but really, who hasn't?
If only we could think of some change in archival and communication technology between 1974 and today …
The National Archives has information on proposed regulations regarding personal data contained in archival/historical purposes:
Rob Pegoraro: Last month, I had the chance to sit down with a guy keenly interested in long-term archival of data -- Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle.
Orthodoxy, symbolized by domestic markers of status and respectability derived from European customs, came a generation after initial colonial land claims. 73 Significantly, evidence of this cultural orthodoxy appears in archival sources after a period of contested frontier life.
The vision of Archivopedia is to offer users the ability to locate or view historical documents and images held in archival, museum, and library repositories around the world in a single search and to encourage professionals, teachers, and students at all levels to use archival documents