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bibliographic

adjective Referring to a bibliography, or the history of books.
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Overall, as a reference aid, Grissom's bibliography is easy to use and thorough, and the conclusions he offers on debatable points are well documented and persuasive.
Ogunsheye (1969) also explores the problem of bibliographic services in Nigeria, noting the lack of any comprehensive general retrospective bibliography.
Much of the pleasure in using this bibliography has come for this reader through simply picking a section and reading through it.
I don't recall who told me that I couldn't do a Hemingway bibliography without the cooperation of Marguerite Cohn, who was called Margie (with a hard g).
Since its inception, ODS has used the Annual Bibliography to track emerging areas of dietary supplement research, identify needs, and make recommendations to the research community.
at the end of an annotation and know that the cited work contains music examples and a bibliography, but it is bothersome to dig through the middle of an annotation to find such features spelled out.
To check your current bibliography, visit NKO and click on the "Career Management" tab for the link to the Navy Advancement Center.
During weeks five through seven students work individually on their draft annotated bibliography of at least ten sources.
The nearly thirty pages of bibliography make this work another invaluable reference.
Hebrew Printing in America 1735-1926: A History and Annotated Bibliography.
From 1965 to 1999 he served as book review editor of Missiology, and he chaired the Documentation, Archives, and Bibliography Working Group of the International Association for Mission Studies from 1988 to 1992.
At the end of the document there are thirteen statistical tables on knowledge in Arab countries and a bibliography.

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