table of contents


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Noun1.Table of contents - a list of divisions (chapters or articles) and the pages on which they starttable of contents - a list of divisions (chapters or articles) and the pages on which they start
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
publication - a copy of a printed work offered for distribution
table, tabular array - a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"
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In the library Dorothea observed that he had newly arranged a row of his note-books on a table, and now he took up and put into her hand a well-known volume, which was a table of contents to all the others.
As a result, you will then be able to click each link to jump to the various worksheets listed in your table of contents. (As an alternative, you could instead select each name in the table of contents one at a time and press Ctrl+K to apply a hyperlink directly to each worksheet name.
Please, can we have the authors listed in the Table of Contents? You have a good magazine but I think you are taking too much editor's prerogative by not including the authors' names.
"Seasons Of The Witch" now offers a thematic table of contents for easy access and reading, making it more 'user friendly' than ever for the teaching of Goddess ritual and ceremony.
The table of contents is very straightforward, with each chapter clearly identifying the topic, making it an ideal at-a-glance reference.
A detailed table of contents somewhat makes up for the lack of an index.
The Table of Contents will now appear solely inside the journal, leaving the back cover available for announcements or advertisements.
They are available through the Table of Contents of the December 1 issue, http://www.journals.uchicago.edulJID/journal/contents/v192n11.html
The technology also permits readers to easily navigate pages, to view magazines in original size or via zoom, to look at the table of contents, to read one or two pages at once and to print pages.
Written at a grade 4 reading level, each 32 page volume is enhanced with full-color photographs, a table of contents, informative sidebars, a glossary of key words and phrases, interesting facts sections, a timeline of key events or an animal kingdom chart, sources for further research (including thematically appropriate websites), and a comprehensive index.
We had already made some minor design changes over the last few months, like the "Online Exclusives" column in our Table of Contents page.
The content of the two journals is described at greater length by the guest editorial team in their "Introduction to the Special Issue: Global Perspectives on Educational and Vocational Guidance." In addition, each of the special issues will contain the table of contents of the articles that are appearing in the other journal.

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