Guidebooks [noun]

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Afterward, the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection at Georgetown University published a guidebook to help cities handle violent protests.

If you’re seeking warmth this winter, check out Arizona Highways magazine’s great offerings of adventure guidebooks to the state.

This pad also has a telescope for viewing constellations and a guidebook to the most popular hikes in the area.

That way it’s easier to talk to strangers who, in my experience, are far more valuable than any guidebook.

They traveled all across South America, and they wrote a guidebook.

One is an English youth, travelling for the first time, who has been hard at his Guidebook during the whole journey.

Observe in this book that Hawthorne gave the story such a faithful setting that it may be used as a guidebook to Rome.

Now, the Bible is a guidebook in the journey of life, and the only one that points the way to Heaven.

He studied his guidebook and every quarter of an hour looked at his watch.

The “Book of the Dead” was a guidebook of the itinerary of Egyptian souls.