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Reference Book

 

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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This is a useful reference book that continues to hold an important place in departmental and personal libraries.
For example, electronic reference books and journals provide an easy way to find quick answers for users, but users experience discomfort reading an entire electronic monograph.
JK has already written two Potter reference books. In 2001, she wrote Quidditch Through The Ages and Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them for Comic Relief.
For detailed guidance on using herbal medicines, especially when treating babies, children, elderly people or anyone who takes pharmaceutical drugs, refer to a reliable herbal reference book.)
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.
HOLLYWOOD heart-throb Jude Law, England rugby hero Jonny Wilkinson and pop star Ms Dynamite have all made it into one of Britain's most exclusive reference books, published today.
Hollywood heart-throb Jude Law, rugby hero Jonny Wilkinson and pop star Ms Dynamite have all made it into one of Britain's most exclusive reference books, published yesterday.
This book provides basic information clinicians need for a quick reference book. It largely succeeds in this attempt and may be very useful as a pocket book for nonspecialists at the patient's bedside.
Well, a supersized reference book and database publisher recently has gone bigger.
In order to better illustrate the benefits of the Citation Linker tool, a research flow chart handout was devised to show how finding citations in a reference book could lead to full-text articles in hand within a matter of minutes.
The problem was quickly resolved once Young became aware that she was the subject of an investigation by showing the caseworker the reference book from which she had taken the appended account.
International Insurance Regulation: Current and Proposed Regulation Explained Synopsis: Designed for both the business and legal community, this reference book explains market trends and regulations in the European communities, United States, Bermuda and China, providing information on how regulation will impact an international business.

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