- n. Plural form of textbook.
“It seems that many posters here are assuming that what we have now in textbooks is historically accurate.”
“Their depiction in textbooks is accompanied by great specificity detailing distinct steps, their enzymes and substrates and end products.”
“Bradford: Their depiction in textbooks is accompanied by great specificity detailing distinct steps, their enzymes and substrates and end products.”
“Controlling grammar school textbooks is not on par with a scholarly dissertation.”
“A broader effort to publish free textbooks is called Connexions, which was the brainchild of Richard G. Baraniuk, an engineering professor at Rice University, which has received $6 million from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.”
“No one wants mechanical engineering textbooks from the early 80′s.”
“The cost of these textbooks is unknown, but Bezos says these will likely be priced lower than physical copies.”
“There are many valid historical reasons for the “ineluctable” (the word used in textbooks) annual accounting period, changing market conditions over time being but one.”
“Rush story has been told a million times, calcified in textbooks and enshrined in historical sites around the city of Sacramento.”
“She writes: The buying and selling of textbooks is more akin to a government procurement process than it is to a real marketplace with consumer choices.”
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