Definitions for "Bibliography"
a history or description of books and manuscripts, with notices of the different editions, the times when they were printed, etc.
a list of books or other printed works having some common theme, such as topic, period, author, or publisher.
a list of the published (and sometimes unpublished) sources of information referred to in a scholarly discourse or other text, or used as reference materials for its preparation.
a very thorough compilation of EU resources organized and regularly updated by EUSA member Osvaldo Croci (Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada)
a product of the The McLeod Institute of Simulation Sciences (MISS) at California State University, Chico (CSUC)
a whole mess of 'stimuli' that confused other people with difficulties
Keywords:  webquest, future, added, component
a component that will be added to this WebQuest in the future
Cycle network and route planning guide This guide aims to promote a consistent approach to planning the provision for cycling in New Zealand. Print version: Cycle network and route planning guide (PDF, 1.92 MB) Printed and bound copies of the guide are available for $20. Please follow the instructions on our Publications page under 'Ordering publications'. Contents Acknowledgements Glossary of terms Abbreviations Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: The planning and policy context The principles of cycle network planning
a general acknowledgement of sources used in preparing the manuscript
a more complete description of sources or recommended reading
an important index of literary criticism
A bibliography is a set of reference shadow keyword definition s, and association definition s. A bibliography belongs to either a user or a group, and has access rights associated with it, which specify the visibility of the bibliography. A bibliography also has other preferences, such as publication (visibility by Web publication) or reference formatting. Access rights and preferences can only be modified by the bibliography administrator.
department gross network sequence vocabulary
a representation of available materials
Keywords:  version, search, structured
a structured version of the results of a past search