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 (sôft′bound′, sŏft′-)
Not bound between hard covers: softbound books.


(ˈpeɪ pərˌbæk)

1. a book bound in a flexible paper cover.
2. (of a book) bound in a flexible paper cover.
3. of or pertaining to paperbacks. Compare hardcover.
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These books, available in spiral bound, softbound and compact, include two years worth of ICD-9 code updates, which are the most up-to-date and reduce claims errors and denials.
The service includes multiple on-site presentations with a HIRC account manager, softbound handbooks, CDs, and PDF files accessed from the HIRC web site.
Making Inclusion Work for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Tristnam Smith, 2012, softbound
Thomson West (Eagan, MN) has also released "Emerging Issue in Tribal-State Relations: Leading Experts on Improving Government and Tribal Interactions, Interpreting Game Issues, and Protecting Tribal Sovereignty," a softbound book that carries information on understanding and improving the interactions between state and local governments and sovereign nations.
Well, ``hands out'' might be misleading, since the plan comes in two softbound volumes printed on slick glossy paper that are larger than the complete works of Stephen King.
This softbound book is listed for $68; $51 for ISA members.
They are available in a softbound or hardbound edition through the Collins Companies at 800-227-1219, Ext.
MIT Press (Cambridge, MA) this month published "The Privacy Advocates," a softbound book that analyzes the people and groups around the world who have risen to challenge the most intrusive surveillance practices by both government and corporations, including identity cards, biometrics, video surveillance, the use of cookies and spyware, data mining and profiling.
There are several parts of my book because I have a lot of interests,'' he said, leafing through the pages of the softbound yellow book.
The Spring 2005 Best Programs and Best People Service report is available now as a softbound handbook, CD-ROM, and downloadable PDF file accessible from the HIRC website at www.
The ALI-ABA (Philadelphia, PA) has published "The Science of Settlement," a 200-page softbound book that attempts to explain the psychological and economic principles that effect negotiations.
The new, easy-to-use, softbound guide provides bankers with advance insight into what examiners will be looking for during compliance examinations.