book jacket

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: jacket - a paper jacket for a book; a jacket on which promotional information is usually printed
jacket - an outer wrapping or casing; "phonograph records were sold in cardboard jackets"
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Naylor tells us what hot money does, not what it means to the world economy nor, as promised on the book jacket, what it does to me.
He still shoots an occasional book jacket for an author or architectural photos for a property management firm.
The author's list of credits and personal appearances printed on the book jacket could not be verified after extensive research.
With its Graham Greenesque title, pastel-colored book jacket, and breezy prose, Richard Conroy's memoirs of Foreign Service life in 1960s British Honduras offer an enjoyable nostalgia trip back to the days when diplomacy still featured prop-driven DC-4s and typewritten dispatches.
If only she had resisted the temptation to devote 30 pages to what the book jacket calls a "trade secret," the Academic Index used by Dartmouth and a few other schools to measure academic strength.
The opening paragraph on the ``Martini'' book jacket spells out that West isn't the most sterling of characters with the mention, ``The empty booze bottles in Charlie's closet risk crowding out the skeletons.
His book jacket reports that at one point he became an entrepreneur, but his business "fell victim to a breach of contract.
95), is his tribute to earthbound - exclusively earthbound - adventure, (the book jacket even includes the image of an airplane with a slash through it).
Costas, for the book jacket to ``What Makes Winners Win'' by NBC's Charlie Jones.
The system will also manage other related assets such as original manuscripts, book jacket and cover artwork, author biographies, fact sheets, and editorial reviews.
The new UltraMax(R) Book Label can be placed anywhere inside a book or book jacket sleeve, where it will be least visible to potential shoplifters.
The book jacket cover - someone's dream of how she looks in cartoon form - is ridiculous enough.