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Synonyms for hardcover

a book with cardboard or cloth or leather covers


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having a hard back or cover

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A commemorative hardbound book will feature over 500 items and will serve both as an historical keepsake of the collection and as a presentation for the auction.
The end result is a one-of-a-kind, hardbound book featuring the child's name and likeness on the cover and every spread.
In October, Pike & Fischer (Silver Spring, MD) releases "Electronic Discovery Capabilities of Outside Law Firms: A Model Request for Information and Analysis," a hardbound book that is designed to provide corporate law departments, law firms, records departments and IT departments with information on the risks associated with choosing law firms to deal with electronic discovery.
But Kousser's purposely misleading and highly unprofessional account is contained in a hardbound book presumably designed for use as a supplemental college-level textbook.
Users select questions to answer about their loved one and then those answers are published in an attractive, hardbound book.
com)-- Advanced Thermal Solutions (ATS) is now providing a new hardbound book comprising recent articles from Qpedia, the company's widely referenced Thermal eMagazine.
Slicing into the pages of a hardbound book with an X-acto knife might sound like a clear case of heresy to a book lover, but in fact, many of those who practice the art of book altering are bibliophiles to the core, says Lee Kirk, a Eugene book dealer who, in her free time, gives new life to aging books.
has produced "Intellectual Property Technology Transfer," a hardbound book that examines the legal framework for licensing and research transactions between industry and all federally funded research laboratories over technology development and transfer and associated intellectual property rights.
But since that printing may not occur until spring, many people wanting a hardbound book are buying softbound copies so that they can have them autographed by members of Simi Valley's pioneering families at the book signings in January.
On June 1, all first-graders in Springfield Public Schools received a new, hardbound book.
Buffalo, NY) has released "Intellectual Property Law in the European Union," a hardbound book designed as a guide to policies governing intellectual properties in European Union nations.
com offers a unique process where customers can choose questions to answer about their relationship and have the answers printed in a hardbound book to give for Valentine's Day.
Alameda, CA) has published "Winning with Expert Witnesses in Commercial Litigation," a hardbound book that explains how to establish the proper foundation for testimony by an expert witness, how to conduct direct examination, how to limit direct examination by the other side and how to prepare for and conduct cross-examination.
The Blu-ray and DVD editions are sold in a durable custom display box that houses a lavish 236-page full-color hardbound book that features additional archival materials, a tapes database and detailed descriptions of the music and artwork, a foldout Archives poster, a custom keeper for the 10 sleeved discs and more.
In addition to the 14 vinyl LPs, available individually or collected in a deluxe boxed edition with a stunning, elegantly designed 252-page hardbound book, the mobile pop-up shops will offer The Beatles' acclaimed remastered studio album CDs in stereo and mono, as well as DVDs and Blu-rays for this year's beautifully restored Magical Mystery Tour and Yellow Submarine feature films, and several Beatles merch items.