He wants to remember on his own, without using the reference book.
The experience is much like a walk through a fascinating, interactive reference book.
For a discussion of reference-book publishing, see the articles encyclopaedia; dictionary.
In class, it's a reference book that's also a discussion starter to understand the reasoning behind language and style changes."
“Each adoption she and her husband have made is a story that can be used to write a reference book about what love is.”
Dictionary, reference book that lists words in order—usually, for Western languages, alphabetical—and gives their meanings.
His financial position remained precarious until the publication of The Cyclopedia (1862), a widely acclaimed reference book that he coedited.
Most of the time, food is a reinvention of itself: certain things always go well with certain things, so it’s worth having this kind of reference book.
It remains an efficient reference book, stronger on politics than Mr Haythornthwaite's, restricted to Europe, and useful as a quick guide to issues and personalities.
They have managed to convince themselves, and hope soon to convince the world, that it was once the favorite reference book of the poet and playwright William Shakespeare.
The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, a reference book, commented: “Not only did he look incredible, he sounded and acted like every breath might be his last.
SIR – The IUCN-World Conservation Union produce the world's reference book on threatened species—the IUCN Red List—so you may well conclude that doom and gloom scenarios are our business.
The book aims to give an historical perspective as well as an up-to-date overview of what accounting and accountants were, are and do, and is intended both as a reference book and a research tool.
Jamie hears about innovative music projects outside the concert hall by the Scottish Ensemble and chats to Nate Holder, musician and author of the first children's illustrated reference book on Black female composers.
To help him decide, MacFadyen had a set of small glass hydrometers that measure density; by indexing density and temperature, using a crumbling reference book from 1978, he could identify the percentage of alcohol in a sample.
Richard's greatest accomplishment lay, perhaps, in his ability to encapsulate and summarize a huge number of such logical puzzles, presenting for the student a handy reference book filled with examples of a host of logical fallacies.
Practical and clinically focused, Abeloff’s Clinical Oncology is a trusted medical reference book designed to capture the latest scientific discoveries and their implications for cancer diagnosis and management of cancer in the most accessible manner possible.
The poet Lemn Sissay finds out how Calloway, famous for his hit song Minnie the Moocher, came to write the dictionary, and how it became the official reference book of jive in the New York Public Library at a time when black people in America were still highly segregated from the white mainstream.
Soon thereafter, Eitner began his greatest work, the 10-volume Quellen-Lexikon (1900–04), a unique reference book that located both printed music and manuscripts of early composers and theoreticians in more than 200 European libraries, and which was for 50 years a primary guide for music research.
A monumental four-volume classification of Bantu languages, Comparative Bantu (1967–71), which was written by Malcolm Guthrie, has become the standard reference book used by most scholars—including those who disagree with Guthrie’s proposed classification, which sets up a basic western and eastern division in Bantu languages with a further 13 subdivisions.
- a book to which you can refer for authoritative facts
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A monumental four-volume classification of Bantu languages Comparative Bantu 1967–71 which was written by Malcolm Guthrie has become the standard reference book used by most scholars—including those who disagree with Guthries proposed classification which sets up a basic western and eastern division in Bantu languages with a further 13 subdivisions