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Synonyms for paperback

(of books) having a flexible binding

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2008, 160 pp, softbound with DVD, ISBN 978-1-57387-360-4, $39.
Lawyers & Judges Publishing (Tucson, AZ) has produced "Bicycle Accidents: Biomechanical, Engineering and Legal Aspects," a softbound book that examines the legal issues associated with the different aspects of bicycle accidents.
The fall 2004 update is available now and includes softbound handbooks, CDs, and downloadable PDF files accessed from the HIRC website.
MIT Press (Cambridge, MA) has published "Human Rights in the Global Information Age," a softbound volume that examines the links between information technology and human rights from a range of disciplinary perspectives.
Subscription includes an on-site presentation and consultation with one of HIRC's account managers, softbound handbooks, CDs, and downloadable PDF files accessed from the HIRC Web site.
The ALI-ABA (Philadelphia, PA) has published "The ACREL (American College of Real Estate Lawyers; Rockville, MD) Papers; Fall 2006," a softbound course book of articles, forms, checklists and analyses prepared for an October 2006 continuing legal education course presented by ACREL.
The fall update of the Employer and Coalition Service is available now, and includes an off-site presentation and consultation with a HIRC account manager, softbound handbooks, CDs, and downloadable PDF files from the HIRC website.
Lawyers & Judges Publishing (Tucson, AZ) has released "Measuring Loss in Catastrophic Injury Cases," a softbound book that addresses the loss measurement issues relevant to catastrophic injury cases.
The 2004 Employer and Coalition Service Profiles Supplement is available now, and includes an on-site presentation and consultation with one of HIRC's account managers, softbound handbooks, CDs, and downloadable PDF files accessed from the HIRC website.
2007, 304 pp, softbound, ISBN 978-1-57387-309-3, $39.
Matthew Bender (Charlottesville, VA) has published the 2006 edition of the "American Institute of Architects Legal Citator," a softbound case finder which lists and digests relevant federal and state decisions that interpret AIA construction contracts and related documents.
Oxford University Press (OUP; Cary NC) has published "International Human Rights Lexicon," a 470-page softbound book that presents a survey of the scope and significance of international human rights law.
West (Eagan, MN) has published "Nickle's Payment Law in a Nutshell," a softbound book that explains the fundamentals of negotiable instruments, including promissory notes, drafts, checks, and certificates of deposit.