Reference Book


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Reference Book

 

a publication containing brief information relating to science, industry, or practical matters and arranged alphabetically, chronologically, or according to subject so that required data may be quickly found. Many reference books are indexed alphabetically or according to subject or name.

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Vendors such as netLibrary, Dekker, Gale, and ABC-Clio offer electronic reference books as part of electronic book packages.
HOLLYWOOD heartthrob Jude Law, rug by hero Jonny Wilkinson and pop star Ms Dynamite have all made it into one of Britain's most exclusive reference books, published today.
Integrated security management solutions provider PentaSafe Security Technologies Ltd has released a new version of its security policy reference book.
This is not your parents' boring old reference book.
The more than 500-page reference book incorporates the work of forty authors.
The reference book having the greatest use is Merriam-Webster's new Encyclopedia of Literature (1,236 pp.
You may have glimpsed Jessie Carney Smith's reference book of 500 biographies, Notable Black American Women (see Book Review, June 1992), and thought, Wow
This is an excellent reference book for use by tax accountants and attorneys.
At the title says, this is a reference book to documentation and the publishers reckon that at least 65 percent of the references contain a summary or extract.
Handling one such gun can pay for the reference book several times over.
OTCBB:EPTI), a leading provider of pet health insurance, announces the publication of its proprietary "Companion Animal Breed Encyclopedia" for dogs and cats, a thoroughly researched and extensive reference book on various breeds of dogs and cats.
This comprehensive reference book offers advice and tips for novice gardeners and experts on growing and using more than 70 vegetables, 100 herbs, and 100 fruits.

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