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  • His bibliography includes several books and more than two hundred research papers.
  • Many groups provide extensive bibliographies so that group members can research the era on their own.
  • The final issue of each year contains an annual bibliography of works on life-writing.
  • Older bibliographies are especially important because they provide a record of early publications.
  • A bibliography of the history and design of railway stations could be very extensive.
  • Contains excellent articles on all historical points and events, with good selected bibliographies. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • It also contains one of the most complete bibliographies yet published.
  • He also wrote a number of minor works, which are listed in the bibliography below.
  • In its general rules, it added a rule on the use of bibliographies.
  • He devoted his later years to the study of history and bibliography.
  • As such this bibliography, though extensive, is by no means complete at this time.
  • That journal also includes a nearly complete bibliography of his works.
  • No complete bibliography has ever been assembled but it would run into thousands of items.
  • For books, also see the Bibliography using the author's last name.
  • She published several papers on bibliography and other aspects of library science.
  • There is a short bibliography at the end of the volume which will no doubt serve the same purpose.
  • The published report of this work is of major importance in bibliography.
  • Included in this bibliography is a list of species related fly fishing literature.
  • He also wrote much on the history and bibliography of Greek and Latin literature.
  • Currently, the field of bibliography has expanded to include studies that consider the book as a material object.
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Meaning of bibliography

  • noun 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.)