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smartbook

(1) A lightweight, netbook-sized computer that runs the Linux or Android operating system. See netbook.

(2) A book that has been converted into an electronic format. The "smart" comes from being able to search the contents. See e-book.
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Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) recognized the winners of its Smart Book Club's latest 'Reading Knights' Competition for their active role in promoting reading during a special ceremony held at its campus in Dubai Academic City.
The larger project, writes Kurt Campbell, until recently the State Department's top Asia hand, in his smart book "The Pivot," is "to strengthen Asia's operating system -- that is, the complex legal, security and practical arrangements that have underscored four decades of Asian prosperity and security.
Before our rotation at the National Training Center, I consulted other platoon leaders in an attempt to fully understand the company's horizontal and breaching assets and I compiled a smart book that included information about each piece of equipment available.
com)-- Sensory World is pleased to announce that two Temple Grandin Books have been honored with a 2015 Academics' Choice Smart Book Award, a prestigious seal of educational quality, reserved only for the best mind-building books.
Smart book stores are now booking orders early as well.
This is a smart book that marshals a plethora of interesting material to make its case that a democratic socialism based in an egalitarian market is not only desirable but possible.
The product titles include the "MCoE Counter-IED Smart Guide" and the "Dismounted C-IED Smart Book.
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This smart book is an excellent example of a new wave of studies (by Ponciano del Pino, Jaymie Heilman, Olga Gonzalez, Edilberto Jimenez, Cynthia Milton, Jonathan Ritter, Kimberly Theidon, and Maria Eugenia Ulfe, among others) that make use of innovative methods--microanalysis of community life, historical analysis reaching back before the war, historical ethnography of art--to unravel the war experience in Ayacucho.
Here, he unexpectedly applies his expertise on religious art and pilgrimage to our own society, and produces a smart book about the sacred in popular culture.
However, the writers of the musical managed to take a premise based on an incredibly smart book and make it so much less.
is based on a very smart book of the same title, in which Samantha King, a professor of gender studies and health at Queens University in Ontario, looks at the business of pink-tinted, P.