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For example, electronic reference books and journals provide an easy way to find quick answers for users, but users experience discomfort reading an entire electronic monograph.
For detailed guidance on using herbal medicines, especially when treating babies, children, elderly people or anyone who takes pharmaceutical drugs, refer to a reliable herbal reference book.
The reference book, first published 18 years ago, lists between 25, 000 and 32, 000 of what it sees as Britain's top achievers - 0.
HOLLYWOOD heart-throb Jude Law, England rugby hero Jonny Wilkinson and pop star Ms Dynamite have all made it into one of Britain's most exclusive reference books, published today.
This book provides basic information clinicians need for a quick reference book.
The birds are migratory, and most leave the state by early October to winter in southern Mexico and Central America, according to the reference book "Birds of Oregon.
This revises a popular 1979 publication by DeGraaf and Witman, the first reference book to assemble a useful field handbook from information on habitat values of woody plants in the northeastern US and adjacent Canada.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-28 October 2002-New version of PentaSafe's security policy reference book now available (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Worldwide Computer Products News-28 October 2002-New version of PentaSafe's security policy reference book now available (C)1995-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD.
A newly published reference book aims to help corporate directors, executives and their advisers better understand and comply with new SEC financial reporting regulations, as well as the extensive new listing requirements being enacted by the major stock exchanges.
Latest edition of a geriatric-care reference book now available online.
Competition referred to whether or not the participant was playing against a computer character, and context of advisement referred to whether the participant had access to a reference book and video clips, or just the reference book.

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