This later became the New Students Reference Work, which Compton finally bought.
This book, for decades, was the standard reference work on Meinong in the Anglophone world.
For many, it’s the only reference work we’ll regularly consult, and most of the time it’s right.
Edmund Jennings Lee compiled a genealogical tome in 1895 that remains an important reference work on the family.
The reference work Ethnographic Atlas (1967) is considered to be his chief work.
His textbook Child Psychiatry (1935) remained a standard reference work for 50 years.
In bound form (seven volumes), Dance Index became a major reference work for dance scholars.
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With over 20bn page views a month, it has become the standard reference work for anyone with an internet connection.
The EJ won the prestigious Dartmouth Medal of the American Library Association for the Outstanding Reference Work of 2006.
Foster also cowrote several important textbooks with former students, and his Text-book of Physiology (1877) became a standard reference work.
In their treatment of this kind of information, however, they differ from the form of reference work that limits itself to the provision of salient facts without comment.
The new book, “Adolf Hitler’s 1001 Favorite Insults,” instantly became the No. 1 best-seller in Germany and was an invaluable reference work for Nazi after-dinner speakers.
Shulḥan ʿarukh, (Hebrew: “Prepared Table”), a 16th-century codification of Jewish religious law and practice that is still the standard reference work for Orthodox observance.
A well-known German reference work, Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart (1908; “Religion Past and Present”), gives a more elaborate and more theological definition of providence:
The outcome was a giant reference work that criticized the government, satirized the Calvinist clergy of Geneva, championed the Enlightenment, and supported an atheistic materialism.
A popular reference work, richly illustrated with maps and artists’ recreations of life in all geologic time periods, including the Cretaceous, is Douglas Palmer, Atlas of the Prehistoric World (1999).
.), British-born American jazz journalist, producer, and songwriter whose standard reference work, The Encyclopedia of Jazz, and energetic advocacy placed him among the most influential of jazz critics.
He was the founding president (1988–91) of the Human Genome Organisation (HUGO) and the creator of the multivolume reference work Mendelian Inheritance in Man (12 editions, 1966–98) and its Internet corollary (from 1987), the Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM).
Compton’s by Britannica, formerly (1922–68) Compton’s Pictured Encyclopedia and (1968–2002) Compton’s Encyclopedia and Fact-Index, a general reference work for home, school, and library, designed primarily for children and young people in the upper elementary grades and high school and for family use.
- a book to which you can refer for authoritative facts
Example: he contributed articles to the basic reference work on that topic
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