fine index

fine index

[¦fīn ′in‚deks]
(computer science)
The more specific of two indices consulted to gain access to a record.
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The publishers should be commended for the inclusion of proper, bottom-of-the-page footnotes and a fine index.
Unlike our little coffee-table book, James Davis's "Bully for the Band" is a thoroughly researched scholarly work, complete with sixteen pages of endnotes, many with additional content, ten pages of bibliography and a fine index.
Annick has, however, allotted generous space for a fine index, ideas for further reading and a bibliography.
Bolstered by a fine index and a thoroughgoing bibliography, this volume will undoubtedly be of particular use not only to scholars of Augustine but to others in religious studies, as well as to students seeking excellent examples of cross-cultural comparison and to those engaged in practical interreligious dialogue and cooperation; it deserves a wider audience, as well.
The book has full scholarly apparatus with chapter notes and a fine index.
From its riveting repetition of a head shot of Lowther on the front cover to the rich bibliography and fine index, this is a beautiful book to look at, to handle, and to read.
412-26), and finally a selective critical bibliography (largely dominated by studies in French) and fine index.
It has a small number of illustrations, a map of the area, a fine index and an extensive list of publications acknowledged in the text.
Ably edited by the Hittitologist Billie Jean Collins and supported by a fine index, it will be one of the first places to which scholars will turn when they want to find something out quickly about the Egyptian cult of the Apis bull, the evidence for porcine bones in the Levant, or the status of the ostrich in the Hebrew Bible.
The book concludes with exceptionally helpful notes, a fine index, and a roster of dramatis personae for the le Carre spy novels that can stand any fan in good stead.
The book is well written and edited, and includes a good number of effective illustrations, especially of the plates from the Philippson Bible, and a fine index.
But this is a subjective reaction which in no way diminishes the value of an important book whose value is augmented by an excellent bibliography, clarity in style, and a fine index.