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But when they found themselves with few options behind and at the front lines of the Great War, the British Army provided them with a handy reference tool: "The Field Service Pocket Book.
The team chose a Pocket Book format because the size meant that these books were easily portable and could become a prompt for student inquiry when out 'on country'.
Anyone who loves Britain will enjoy The Pocket Book Of Patriotism, but it is especially valuable to youngsters (10 per cent of them, apparently) who think Hitler didn't exist.
The suite includes Griffith's 5-Minute Clinical Consult, 2004 Pocket Book of Infectious Disease Therapy, The AHFS Dosing Companion, Bakerman's ABC's of Interpretive Laboratory Data, The Medical Letter's Handbook of Adverse Drug Interactions, The Guide to Popular Natural Products, ICD-9-CM classification codes, the Archimedes(TM) medical calculator and ARTbeat(TM) dynamic information channels.
US publisher Pocket Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, has purchased a new monster thriller book by music journalist Alan Golsher, titled Paul is Undead: The British Zombie, which will be published in June next year.
There is also an excerpt from Constellations, the latest Star Trek anthology from Pocket Books.
Mistakes Men Make by Byron Harmon Pocket Books, July 2005 $13, ISBN 0-7434-8309-X
c/o Pocket Books, a division of Simon & Schuster Inc.
33-38; The Complete Book of Running for Women by Claire Kowalchik, Pocket Books, New York, NY, 1999, 432 pp.
I really didn't want to be disappointed, hut I was terrified that I would be," says Heinlein Society President David Silver, one of just a handful of people to read the book before it was sold at auction by the author's estate to Scribner's and Pocket Books this summer.
Cutting back on costs is an important factor for the lumber industry, she adds, which is feeling the pinch in its pocket books with the ongoing softwood lumber dispute.
Andrew Ignatieff, the director of the Primate's Fund, puts it this way: "I will always mention their kindness, generosity and thoughtfulness if ever a member of the media or public has the temerity to question the generosity of Canadians in hard times with many competing demands on their pocket books.
Alice Walker, The Color Purple (New York: Pocket Books, 1982), 201, 203.
Pocket Books, Prima Publishing and PublicAffairs Books intend to package in book form the 2,800 additional pages of material from the investigation that the House Judiciary Committee voted to release to the public on Sept.
com, the leader in social media for adults, and the Pocket Books imprint of Simon & Schuster, a global leader in the field of general interest publishing, today announced the Gather.