International Standard Book Number


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Interna′tional Stan′dard Book′ Num`ber


n.
a unique, internationally utilized number code assigned to a book for the purposes of identification and inventory control. Abbr.: ISBN
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Major outputs of research and development in 2008 were as follows: 27 local and international awards, two patents, 389 researches and studies published in journals, 315 studies published in local magazines, 697 studies and consultations, 86 International Standard Book Number (ISBN), and 3 citation indexes.
Habeeb believes that the International Standard Book Number (ISBN), what he describes as "the lynchpin of the Western publishing industry," is key.
On the back of every book, in a little box above the bar code, resides the International Standard Book Number, or ISBN.
000 titulos locales disponibles en el International Standard Book Number (ISBN).
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International Standard Book Number (ISBN): [ISBN, 2003]: "The ISBN is a unique machine-readable identification number, which marks any book unmistakably.
So long as you know that the number 0-8108-3413-8 is an International Standard Book Number (ISBN) and not a telephone number, the identification of the book to which it refers is secure.
The conference provided a forum for dissemination of research findings, practices and techniques in Finance among academicians and practitioners through publication of quality papers in the Conference Proceedings bearing an International Standard Book Number (ISBN).
This was due in large part to the International Standard Book Number (ISBN).
Each item has a distinctive number assigned by the publisher, the International Standard Book Number, ISBN.
As of 1 January 2007 the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) will be expanded from ten digits to a 13-digit number.

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