book titles

book titles

(publication)
There is a tradition in hackerdom of informally tagging important textbooks and standards documents with the dominant colour of their covers or with some other conspicuous feature of the cover. Many of these are described in this dictionary under their own entries. See Aluminum Book, Blue Book, Cinderella Book, Devil Book, Dragon Book, Green Book, Orange Book, Pink-Shirt Book, Purple Book, Red Book, Silver Book, White Book, Wizard Book, Yellow Book, bible, rainbow series.
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Because of their low usage, 4 print book titles were purchased even When LHS was ready to purchase the alternative e-book titles, the first vendor was running a promotion.
Options for access to a large selection of book titles and "anytime/anywhere" reading choices have added to the increased use of e-books.
Head of the fair organizing committee Ghasan Momani told Petra that 13 Jordanian publishing houses from Amman and Irbid will display more than 10000 book titles in various areas.
Whurr produces 16 journals, including such titles as Cochlear Implants International, European Business Journal, Occupational Therapy International and Tropical Science, and 45 new books a year with a backlist of 400 book titles for speech, language therapy, nursing, psychology and special education professionals.
The FNP Military Division will continue to publish book titles in this subject area from its offices in Trumbull, Connecticut.
Google Print will not sell books itself but will make its money from running adverts next to book titles.
We previously sold several Japanese-language book titles to one major corporation, for instance, mad other companies used to special order multiple copies of business and diversity books through stores like mine, but no longer.
For more information on other book titles, go to the SAPIEN Press website at www.
Rockport Publishers (Gloucester, MA), a division of TQG and the producer of book titles for the graphic design, commercial art, architecture and interior design professions, has purchased Creative Publishing International (CPI; Minneapolis, MN), a publisher of 'how-to' books on home decorating, crafts and the outdoors.
The 38,000 records represent book titles recorded on two- and four-track format cassette tapes, as well as Braille books and musical scores.
Their book titles tend to sound like Tom Clancy novels (Head to Head: The Coming Battle Among America, Japan and Europe).
today announced a new Print-on-Demand (POD) program designed to help book publishers sell lower volume book titles through a more economical supply chain.