book of instructions

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a manual usually accompanying a technical device and explaining how to install or operate it

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To Nussbaum, Williams is the paragon of religious toleration: He argued for the accommodation of all conscientious groups, including nonbelievers; he attacked the colonial governors for their inconsistent application of principles of liberty of conscience; and, in his effort to cultivate sympathy with the Narragansett Indians, he wrote a book of instructions for respectful dealings with these Native Americans that includes a primer on the Narragansett language.
"I look forward to concentrating my efforts on the current book of instructions and what we will be bringing to the market in the future."
Is had the book of instructions: How to Operate the Gramophone.
Even after reading the book of instructions I wasn't sure what to do and I ended up deleting the messages one at a time, a process that was lengthy but which led me to discover the diffidence factor.
"By the time I get out of this place, I'll probably need a book of instructions. Only kidding, I have a black belt in the Kama Sutra." Hinshelwood - who was convicted for her part in trying to cover up for Crispin - claims she started seeing him because she was on the rebound from a long-term relationship.
It came with a 35-page book of instructions on its use.
"The faithful kneel unless the Diocesan Bishop determines otherwise," determines Rome's book of instructions.
The relationship with the outside world is changed in a radical way and the text can be seen as a book of instructions for life: a grammar of emotion, instinct, and pain.
The text is a kind of 'Book of Instructions' for life, particularly life in contemporary America.
These include the mini-lab series from MCMXI, the Battat line of science and discovery kits, the Educational Insights line of kits on light and magnetism -- these kits include materials and a book of instructions and experiments.
Fastened to the harness was a book of instructions giving clear guidance on how to attach the harness and on the use of the telephone.
His next question was: "What book do you recommend?" This was even harder to answer as he was not sure whether he wanted a good read or a book of instructions.
A pocket-sized book of instructions for a county's police officers and civilian staff is designed to improve cross-cultural relations.
I ordered a book of instructions from England and a few pieces of wood and tools.
A book of instructions on how to commit suicide was found by his body.