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biographical

adjective Pertaining or referring to a biography, see there.
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Once we collaborated on these immediate points, the essay forced me to reevaluate my 'traditional' preface to teaching this novel, that is, my sharing biographical information on Mary Shelley as innovative author and 'eclectic' personality.
Compiled by the Marquis Who's Who editors using proprietary standards developed over 110 years ago and refined annually, this trusted book is the ultimate biographical reference tool for networking, prospecting, fact-checking, and numerous other research purposes.
Hunt, a retired software engineer who has written other books on Union colonels from various states, presents a biographical dictionary of Union army colonels who commanded regiments in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee, and failed to be promoted to brigadier general or brevet brigadier general.
The people who have pushed science forward over the years usually go long without fanfare or even mention, and "A Biographical Dictionary of People in Engineering: From Earliest Records to 2000" is a comprehensive reference on engineers throughout the modern era, outlining their lifespan and accomplishments and other facts of note.
The biographical data on officers and directors extends beyond age and the year the person joined the company.
The quality photos, vintage footage, biographical sketches and statistics create a fascinating trip into the past.
Johnston, however, sees the act of concealment itself as primarily biographical in its implications: "The identity of the image concealed is surely biographically important, but the act of concealment itself is biographically more significant.
This is the biographical account of how Rose and her husband Reuben, built a commercial giant from from the humblest beginnings with hard work, uncompromising diligence, and unwavering determination.
An initial, brief biographical entry about each included artist (along with a self-portrait if available) precedes the specific listing of that artist's exhibitions on display.
There is, in fact, a blanket policy at work of including often fine, if limited, bibliographies at the end of biographical articles, but no list of dances created by each choreographer with the appropriate date of premiere, production credits, and number of dancers required.
These are not particularly novel claims, but they are presented through an evocative biographical lens of "cultural history as personal history.
But this book is a treat, and Harrison's biographical afterword, although too short and a little disjointed, provides useful biographical information and some thoughtful insight.