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Mark Johnston has his string in good order at present, so Book Of Facts will be hard to beat - especially as there could be plenty more in the locker after only two starts.
It is surprising how a book of facts can create a vivid image of a world now lost to us in all but its writing and through the archeological finds.
Source: The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1999 (Mahwah, N.
Also some new discoveries about copepods (tiny crustaceans like water fleas) have forced those who study such things to rethink their whole book of facts.
population and roughly 35 percent of CDC documented AIDS cases, and Hispanics account for about 11 percent of the American populace but close to 18 percent of the documented AIDS cases (World Almanac and Book of Facts, 1997, p.
soldiers killed during the Vietnam War (The World Almanac and Book of Facts, 1993; Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI], 1991-1992).
has launched the San Diego Book of Facts, a comprehensive source for information about the San Diego region.
Published annually since 1868, this new "The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2014" edition continues to be an indispensable school and community library reference work.
A compilation of hundreds of facts, statistics and data compiled from numerous industry reports has been published in the first Long-Term Care Insurance Almanac And Book of Facts, made available from the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.
Mr de Kerbrech, from the Isle of Wight, said: "We decided that rather than create a book of facts we would look at some of the major ships built there from 1903 onwards and tell the story that way.
Mark Johnston has his string in good order at present, so Book Of Facts will be hard to beat ( especially as there could be plenty more in the locker after only two starts.
Founded in 1868, The World Almanac and Book of Facts is the top-selling American reference book of all time.
Sagalyn sifted government information files to produce this fat book of facts, figures and sketchy descriptions of more than 1,000 national parks, national forests and other public sites overseen by the feds.
The 1998 World Almanac and Book of Facts -- Authoritative facts
The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2013 continues its strong tradition (since 1868