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source book

n.
1. A primary document, as of history, literature, or religion, on which secondary writings are based.
2. A collection of such documents.
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Noun1.source book - a collection of historically important documents published together as a booksource book - a collection of historically important documents published together as a book
book of facts, reference book, reference work, reference - a book to which you can refer for authoritative facts; "he contributed articles to the basic reference work on that topic"
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It must be one of the most difficult tasks these days: to create an exciting, innovative, challenging, information source book alongside all the apps and websites with their animations, interactivity and all.
Increased costs from the debuts of the RH Grey Card membership program and RH Modern brand, SKU rationalization and the delay in mailing its 2016 Source Book were all noted by Gary Friedman, chairman and CEO.
Combining our research from TLL's Annual Licensing Business Survey, TLL's 2016 Salary Survey and demographic data from the Licensing Source Book, we've come up with an interesting answer to that question.
In this book, editor Keith Jones presents readers with the fourth edition of a complete source book of basic health information regarding stress-related disorders.
This exceptional source book feels just right for art rooms as well as school and public libraries.
Critics pounced on perceived Harry Potter similarities, yet Susan Cooper's source book was first published in 1973.
and Synapse Information Resources announced a new agreement that allows IHS to globally sell Synapse's chemicals database and related chemical publications and feature key titles such as Industrial Chemicals Thesaurus and Specialty Chemicals Source Book within the IHS Knowledge Collections.
In 11 chapters, Sanchez, Spude, and Gomez offer a book that is intended as a source book, and aims to portray the state as part of a global context.
A glossary of terms and recommended further reading books and web sites complete the stirring presentation of "King Arthur's Tale," a source book on Arthurian legend/story for early elementary students.
Bick's Source Book of Orthopaedic" [4] gives more information: (p 428)" ..spinal curvature has occupied the attention of all students of skeletal deformity since Hippocrates.
CD-ROMs containing data from the Corporation Source Book are available for Tax Years 1996-2003 at a cost of $250 per year.