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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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K-State Libraries needed to find a way to make electronic reference books more accessible and visible to patrons.
After an introduction, the reference book is divided into thirty-eight chapters.
The reference book with perhaps the most relevance to readers of this journal is Peter Parker's Reader's Guide to the Twentieth-Century Novel (748 pp.
Thoughtfully, the publishers have included information on how to use this reference book.
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.
The company's products to be sold include: "Church Law & Tax Report," a 32-page, bimonthly newsletter that explains the legal and tax issues facing ministers, church leaders and congregations; "Church Treasurer Alert," a 4-page monthly newsletter that focuses on tax and financial issues that impact churches and clergy; "The Church and Clergy Tax Guide," an annual book and CD that cover tax issues affecting churches and clergy; "The Compensation Handbook for Church Staff," an annual handbook that uses survey data to report compensation findings for nine church staff positions; "Pastor, Church and Law," a 1000-page reference; "Reducing the Risk of Child Sexual Abuse in Your Church," a kit that includes a reference book, a training manual and DVD; and, ChurchLawToday.
The Gun Digest Book Of Exploded Gun Drawings: 975 Isometric Views is a visual reference book especially for collectors, gunsmiths and hobbyists.
The Dictionary of the Esoteric (Over 3,000 articles on the Mystical and Occult Traditions) is a fabulous reference book for the student of occult or metaphysical subjects.
The bright inlay pictures and colorful cover of History Of Our World enhance an imposing historical reference book for young readers comprised of almost six hundred pages of history and is enhanced with color contemporary photos and illustrations so important to making a classroom discussion of people, places and ideas inviting as possible.
The 366-page book works like a reference book so the reader can look up what is needed and then can do the work.
The Gardener's A-Z Guide to Growing Flowers From Seed to Bloom'': This reference book gets straight to the facts by giving a step-by-step account on starting from seed - as opposed to buying plants or flowers in bulk.

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