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bibliographic

adjective Referring to a bibliography, or the history of books.
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Speaking of Pakistan and Bangladesh, he adds what is true for South Asian bibliography as a whole is more true to Pakistan and Bangladesh, partly no doubt due to the lesser interest which scholars have taken in these countries (in contrast to India) until very recently [1976].
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.
The Gothic Novel: A Second Bibliography of Criticism.
Kathryn does the research necessary for this bibliography and has taken on the full responsibility for the websites, including writing the annotations and making sure sites are still active," explains Cockey.
indicated that he was impressed by it, he informed me that Hemingway was adamant about not having another bibliography published during his lifetime.
The 2006 Annual Bibliography highlights emerging findings from a diverse array of laboratory and human studies.
The first chapter, "Reference and General Studies," after the above-mentioned first ten entries, includes headings for "General Violin Bibliographies,"--where Katz includes an entry on Heron-Allen's historic bibliography (entry 11)--"Discography," "Periodicals," and "General Studies of the Violin.
This Bibliography is the ninth in a series of bibliographies produced over the past 36 years containing references to articles, books, conference papers, and reports on the management of R&D personnel, technological innovation, science policy, and technical entrepreneurship.
Each author page contains a lengthy initial interview by Gallo (also available as a pdf document) along with shorter follow-up interviews, a complete and continually updated bibliography and list of awards received, an image gallery, and information about upcoming author appearances.
A CD-rom without illustrations, this product includes a scanned version of the Igoes's 1266-page book 250 Years of Afro-American Art: An Annotated Bibliography (R.

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