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Baedeker

series of guidebooks for travelers. [Travel: NCE, 207]
See: Guide
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41) Conover, Mina Loy: The Lost Lunar Baedeker , p.
A reader in a hotel in the city of Canadian poetry will wake up tomorrow morning not only without a concierge, but without so much as a Baedeker, and will have to rely heavily on a rack of pamphlets advertising local attractions and tourist traps.
Nineteenth-century diaries, maps, and his beloved 1929 Baedeker travel guides fueled his passion for travel and his insatiable appetite for exploring the world.
Tax Analysts provides practitioners with access to the Federal Tax Baedeker, as well as eight other databases, all of which can be searched through either a keyword, table of contents or citation search.
156:3 up--Baedeker's Guide: series of travelers' guidebooks published by the German Karl Baedeker (1801-59).
No question we're going to have stern opposition (from Indian casinos),'' said Rick Baedeker, the former Hollywood Park president who heads the lobbying effort.
There are long sections on the Baedeker raids and the retaliatory strikes; on the destruction of Warsaw; on the eradication of Armenian and Greek culture in Turkey and Northern Cyprus; on the miserable events of the 1990s in the former Yugoslavian states; on the wastelands created either side of military barriers; and of course on the major sources of conflict in the Middle East from Ur to Nablus.
4/24/76) 77 FAMILY FEUD FRED BAEDEKER BOMBS OUT ON THE BIG BOARD WITH INSANE ANSWERS.
Brilliantly translated from the Danish by Bruce Kirmmse, Soren Kierkegaard serves as a Baedeker to the Copenhagen that Kierkegaard both loved and cursed.
Here is a topography not to be found in one's Baedeker, for
This is the Italy of the modern tourist, Baedeker (or Blue Guide) in hand, eyes riveted to the glories of Italian art.