Handbook [noun]

Definition of Handbook:

document giving instruction, information

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Sentence/Example of Handbook:

The strategies would be packed into a handbook to help transit agencies statewide, “particularly those in rural areas,” according to the FTA’s description of the project.

Between all of these resources, you can make your own handbook on what works for you, and then forgo the apps.

A 281-page document titled “Federal Prosecution of Election Offenses” is the handbook for district election officers.

Once the most broadly effective antibodies are found, Laustsen hopes to copy a page from the insulin-production handbook.

The matter came to a crisis yesterday, when one of them produced a handbook on British regiments and their histories.

I quote from the Lawn-Tennis Association handbook for the dimensions of the court.

Here is yet one more handbook of the subject presenting in a series of rough plates a complete sequence of the cards.

To cover the whole field of glass-blowing in a small handbook would be impossible.

Francesco Tonnelli's book is a worthless mixture of a biobibliographical dictionary and a bibliographical handbook.

The other treatise is a shorter and more popular work, the Encheiridion (“Handbook”).