- n. Plural form of handbook.
“The handbooks are the same everywhere, but they're interpreted and handled differently by different locations.”
“Traditional social practices are not embodied in standard "handbooks" of best practice; instead, they are transmitted through networks of training and imitation.”
“Scientists need to publish, subscribe, syndicate (e.g. updates to handbooks), remix (e.g. taking ideas from different disciplines and pull them together to get new advances).”
“If we allow gay/lesbian alliances in schools and include anti-discrimination and anti-bullying policies in student handbooks, we can really reduce suicide attempts.”
“Teach-yourself-English phrasebooks nestled among handbooks of archaic tongues like PASCAL and BASIC and COBAL; and, for reasons I never divined, copy after yellowing copy of The Journal of Heat Transfer.”
“The involvement with Age Concern started when I was asked to write a series of handbooks for carers.”
“He comparison-shopped dog toys, leashes and handbooks.”
“Likewise, I would assume that you would like to condemn the Tories for photocopying Lib Dem campaign handbooks and giving them out at Tory councillors conferences as a friend of mine in Peterborough Tories often used to pick his copies of Lib Dem handbooks at Tory conferences for free.”
“Reporter Thomas Frank analyzed thousands of pages of pension laws, financial reports and retirement handbooks for each of the states to determine benefits available to state legislators and to track the evolution of legislative pensions over the past four decades.”
““Workers should read their employee handbooks carefully, searching for anything connected with surveillance of the workplace,” Ngo says.”
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