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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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In the past, static lists of available reference books were created using HTML and published on the library's website.
It is believed JK, 41, would compile the reference book from background notes she has kept over the past decade.
For an expanded listing of reference books, log on to www.bibookreview.com.
The great and the good appear in Debrett's People of Today 2005, a reference book published by the self-proclaimed authority on Britain's aristocracy and all matters of etiquette.
The reference book, which was first published 18 years ago, lists between 25,000 and 32,000 of what it sees as Britain's top achievers - 0.05 per cent of the population.
The reference book, first published 18 years ago, lists between 25,000 and 32,000 of what it sees as Britain's top achievers - 0.05% of the population.
Not dreadful: but one looks for reference books one can trust.
Gale's Business & Company Resource Center offers Ward's Business Directory, which is not in GVRL, and GVRL's other business reference books are not in Business & Company Resource Center.
Its other reference books, commentary, textbooks and guides on U.S.
org/breakingthemold/, where teachers will find educational resources including lesson plans based on national curriculum standards, a list of suggested reference books, a directory of pertinent websites, and a glossary of respiratory health terms.
This CD contains thirteen large reference books on biblical studies and four "pocket dictionaries," all in electronic format.
Although the workshop audience was diverse, the session pinpointed good starting points for research, including how to find reference books on a topic and which databases were best for researching subject-specific topics.

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