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refer

(rĭ-fĕr′, rē-) [L. referre, to bring back]
1. To allude to or mention.
2. To direct attention to.
3. To recommend someone to another health care provider for specific testing or treatment.
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At the title says, this is a reference book to documentation and the publishers reckon that at least 65 percent of the references contain a summary or extract.
To have that knowledge usually also means that you must have a good reference book on hand.
CEO, Russell Smith stated, "This reference book serves as a key component to enable ensurApet to cost-effectively market its pet health insurance products and services to dog and cat owners.
And, yes, it is the only dance reference book to include "Ann Corio--the Girl with the Epic Epidermis," sandwiched neatly between Winthrop Corey and Francesca Corkle, both ballet dancers of less epic proportions.
This is a good general reference book and possibly a useful training aid for new electronic data processing auditors.
With contributions from the leading international financial institutions, the Encyclopedia of Debt Finance is an essential text for all new entrants into debt markets and a useful reference book for those already specialised in one area but seeking a broader perspective.
The result is a first-rate reference book that stays current.
If only one animal reference book were intended for a college-level or public library collection, The Encyclopedia Of Animals: A Complete Visual Guide should certainly be a strong contender.
This new breed of reference book would "raise awareness of the importance of geographical roots and foster pride of place," says William Ferris, former chairman of NEH.
The entries, written by subject specialist librarians, comment on the strengths and limitations of each reference book, encompassing dictionaries, encyclopedias, indexes, bibliographies, guides, atlases, gazetteers, and other sources.
American Regional Folklore: A Sourcebook And Research Guide is a reference book to other references resources.
It is not that one expects a reference book to be a compendium of reviews, but surely some appreciation of a choreographer's distinctive biographical and artistic features would have been in order.

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