bibliography bibliography  /ˌbɪb li ˈɑ ɡrə fi/


  • (n) a list of writings with time and place of publication (such as the writings of a single author or the works referred to in preparing a document etc.)

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  1. There's even a three-page bibliography.
  2. Items needed: a basic book of instruction on marriage; an extensive bibliography on sex, marriage and family life for the clergy.
  3. There is also an excellent 29-page bibliography.


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    As part and parcel of a Third Amendment project I’m working on for some folks in Washington, I’ve been preparing a bibliography on the rise of the warrior cop phenomenon. In the Spring 2013 issue of the Independent Review , Abigail R. Hall and Christopher J. Coyne had an article called The Militarization of U.S. Domestic Policing. In the article on page 487, there is a cite to “Lodge 2011.” As ...
    on July 4, 2013     Source: Devils Lake Journal

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  1. "Libraries preserve the bases of all human knowledge. Knowledge transmission today has radically changed: the scope of bibliography has widened immensely," said Guerrini, the professor at the University of Florence.
    on Aug 23, 2009 By: Olindo Guerrini Source: Xinhua

  2. Historian Bernard Lewis writes in his book What Went Wrong?: "In the vast bibliography of works translated in the Middle Ages from Greek into Arabic, we find no poets, no dramatists, not even historians. These were not useful and they were of no...
    on Oct 5, 2007 By: Bernard Lewis Source: Global Politician

  3. Crowe says, "You got to fill your imagination of books. The bibliography for the research for this was two-and-a-half pages long. I look into the uniforms of the period, the political situation of the period. We're dealing with the Napoleonic war,...
    on Apr 15, 2004 By: Russell Crowe Source: CBS News

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