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cheat sheet

n.
1. A document, especially a sheet of paper, containing information, such as test answers, used for cheating.
2. A document containing summarized information used for quick reference. In both senses also called crib.
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cheat sheet

n
another name (esp US and Canadian) for crib sheet
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SchummelzettelSpickzettel
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"There is no pressure on the media to focus on reporting the 'best' studies, since people have a hard time separating the good studies from less-good ones," Emily Oster, a professor of economics at Brown University, wrote in her 2019 book "Cribsheet: A Data-Driven Guide to Better, More Relaxed Parenting, from Birth to Preschool"
Or consider the wisdom of Brown economist Emily Oster, whom I interviewed for a recent Reason Podcast about her new book Cribsheet (Penguin Press).
So not for me a one-to-ten cribsheet that reads: A) Monet's Garden, B) Taj Mahal, C) Mile High Club, D) Lottery Win, E), Put The Kids Through Public School, or whatever it is that passes for a Bucket List these days.
To assist with these aims, the material offered here would benefit from an accompanying detachable 'cribsheet' of the IPA transcription conventions and from downloadable sound files to allow for more immediate reference, and to render the book more dynamically useful than a somewhat cumbersome volume, particularly in the rehearsal room or classroom.
BUS., SMALL BUSINESS TAX RATES AND TAX COMPLEXITY (2013), available at http://www.nfib.com/Portals/0/PDF/AllUsers/research/cribsheets/smallbusiness-tax-rates- cribsheet.pdf.
The quick cribsheet, below, is as good a place as any for them to start - Kate's reported allergy to horses notwithstanding.
No-one is expecting him to embrace an anorak of minutiae about the North African or Central European game, but surely the massed ranks of the BBC research department -or heaven forbid, he himself -could have compiled a Motsonian cribsheet. Maybe an idiot's guide?
These are acts that transcend the old-fashioned cribsheet slipped into the pocket or key points written on the arm in ink.
A little ingenuity is required, because spelling was optional at GCSE level in those days, but I've obtained a cribsheet and can put you wise.
His captain's cribsheet included seven stepovers, two goal attempts, being fouled seven times and being singled out for concerted booing for each of his 21 touches of the ball.