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 book has an up-to-date bibliography and a fine index, both a must for every student and scholar.
The book includes a fine index and an extensive bibliography of manuscript, printed and secondary sources.
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. For any one interested in psychoanalysis and religion, particularly the religious view of the founder of psychoanalysis, this is "a must read."
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.
A fine index makes this collection of sources extremely useful for the investigator whose specific interests are served by the specialized yet generally fascinating material of this volume.
There is a fine index, and the appendices will be of enduring value, making readily accessible good texts (Latin and, where available, Old English) and translations of the Wonders of the East, the Letter of Alexander and the Liber monstrorum, along with a table of sources and analogues, by book and chapter, to the last of these.
Also, as noted earlier, this is a scholarly work--it is detailed, includes extensive bibliographic notes, and, thankfully, has a fine index. Stahls work is a great addition to any military chaplain's library and valuable to the military historian interested in understanding how sometimes the society that military members serve affects them in the most basic of human spheres--the spiritual and religious ones.
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. Especially commendable is Davis's use of almost seventy manuscript collections in addition to the many published diaries and regimental histories.
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. It is a pity that a book like this couldn't have appeared decades ago.