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Guidebook

 

a short reference work on a country or a city, mainly intended for tourists and containing information on local sights, cultural institutions, transportation, and hotels. Baedekers are guidebooks on different countries and are widely known. Guidebooks that are devoted to individual cultural institutions (for instance, museums and large libraries) and to historical and artistic complexes provide information on their history, structure, and collections.

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Tom Alyea, is an avid walker, hiker and author of numerous books, guidebooks, and journals.
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The Ministry of Interior is keen to see this guidebook become a clear reference for the required action to be adopted by people in charge of collecting evidence from the above-mentioned categories.
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The aim for the sixth edition of The Complete HSA Guidebook is to equip Americans with the knowledge and tools needed to win in today's current health care climate," states Neeleman.
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The guidebook includes unified models for the fences, main entrances and the elements composing the Muslim graveyards and those of other religions.
Buyers of travel guidebooks are much more likely to travel outside their home country than general book buyers and they like printed guidebooks to help them get the most out of their exotic destinations.
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Announcing the plan at a press conference on Sunday, Assistant Undersecretary for Environmental Affairs Dr Rashid Ahmed al Kuwari said the ministry has also released a new guidebook giving details about ways to ensure quality waste management for better health care in the country.
A Little Guidebook for the Servant-Leader" is a Christian manual for Church leaders; it states that to become the best at what they do, they must become servants of the people they lead.