reference section

reference section

[′ref·rəns ‚sek·shən]
(geology)
A rock section, or group of sections, designated to supplement the type section, or sometimes to supplant it (as where the type section is no longer exposed), and to afford a standard for correlation for a certain part of the geologic column.
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At the end of the alphaPetical list, a cross reference section Is organized Py technology.
The 12-volume encyclopedia is now part of the open reference section of the National Library of Portugal.
The collection will be held intact under lock and key in the reference section of the Ewart Library where anyone can apply for access to a particular antiquarian title.
A PERSISTENT pest made small deposits in his ex partner's bank account in order to send her messages using a reference section for the transactions.
She visited various sections of news and current affairs channel of Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation in Islamabad.Accompanied by Director General PBC Shafqat Jalil, Director of News Javed Khan Jadoon and other senior officials of the national broadcaster, she visited the General News Room, the news studio, the web desk, Central Reporting Desk and research and reference section of the current affairs channel.
There is a cross reference section living on some backpages of the Numrich Gun Parts Corporation catalog.
A reference section provides lists of stars, planets, galaxies, constellations, and eclipses, along with the best times of the year for viewing them.
This text includes a reference section with solar system data, a glossary, an index, and acknowledgements.--Barbara Allen.
A "must-have" for the demographic reference section of college and scholarly library collections!
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Due to the immense number of publications required to document each compound, the reference section is limited to general resources.