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print reference

A reference to an individual print in an air photographic sortie.
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There was even a section devoted to unfortunate events, including a small print reference to "simulated neck biting", whatever that is.
Critique: Profusely illustrated with both color and black-and-white images, "Small Victories" is a seminal work enhanced with the inclusion of extensive indices and bibliography, making it and impressively informed and informative original print reference book.
Elsevier still plans to release its print reference works, but the company has embraced the digital format with Reference Modules and the advantages it holds over the older print method, which traditionally saw publishers releasing new sets of encyclopedias every 5-7 years.
Like our old print magazine collections, the print reference collection is suffering its last death rattles.
2007), was used to classify the educators' utterances into four levels of decontextualized talk and to identify utterances that used print reference keywords, alphabet letter names, or alphabet letter sounds.
How much longer will print reference collections be needed?
The age of Wikipedia confronts us with this question: Do we need print reference books for information that we can look up online?
Put together, the website contains 20 print reference sources from Oxford such as its Bible dictionary, atlas and the voluminous encyclopedias.
Users access the information through the ProQuest(R) and CSA Illumina(TM) online information systems, Chadwyck-Healey(TM) electronic and microform resources, UMI(R) microform and print reference products, eLibrary(R) and SIRS(R) educational resources, Ulrich's(R) Serials Analysis System, COS Scholar Universe, and Serials Solutions(R) resource management tools.
This approach brings together print and electronic materials by subject, which improves usability for the Library's users, as an increasing number of electronic resources replace traditional print reference works.
The nursing department at Patrick Henry Community College of Martinsville, Virginia, US, is integrating handheld computers loaded with medical software into the associate nursing programme instead of traditional, print reference books.
Using a variety of print reference tools, the student would gather information on a topic of his choice and prepare an informational booklet instead of doing the activities that were being used with his classmates to learn and develop the same reference skills.