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Synonyms for schoolbook

a book prepared for use in schools or colleges

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The state capital Munich intends to conclude a framework contract for the supply of urban and state schools in the administrative area of the city of Munich with school leeway-free schoolbooks for the school year 2017/2018.
THE maths is looking good for Tesco shoppers, as they are getting the chance to earn extra Clubcard points with every [euro]1 they spend at Schoolbooks.
Zabarah said that a new branch with modern machines was opened in the Jader area in Sana'a to speed up the printing of schoolbooks.
In addition, Schoolbook reported that Sunny Varkey, founder of a chain of commercial private schools, is also considering opening two schools in 2012.
Yet the myth that he was in charge, which began during his lifetime, ossified into schoolbook history.
retraces an articulated overview of the most recent historical studies in a field which has undergone the most intense and productive development in the last decade, such as the field of schoolbook publishing and textbooks, and more in general, of the history of schools in the unified Italy.
This famous schoolbook was first published in 1905 and the last edtion was in Coronation year, 1953.
A JOHN LENNON schoolbook containing a drawing of a walrus was sold at auction last night for more than pounds 125,000.
Our schoolbook ancient history still emphasizes places like Egypt and Mesopotamia, even though we have a perfectly good, rich and fascinating history right here that goes back at least 10,000 years.
Tsunezo Mitsuhashi Nakai (1907-1994), a primary school teacher, introduced this story in a schoolbook for 5th grade pupils of primary schools all over Japan.
After a string of accounting scandals that began with Enron, that naive, schoolbook argument came tumbling down.
Executed in a crude style and based on popular schoolbook illustrations, each image is inscribed with the word MANANA (tomorrow), thus alluding to the political rhetoric that so often invokes the future as synonymous with freedom and prosperity.
The book is mostly pictures, which makes it appear almost like a child's schoolbook.
Otherwise it reads like what it is: a schoolbook, perfect for juniors, seniors, and even graduate students still unacquainted with this singularly important international conflict.