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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhandbookhand‧book /ˈhændbʊk/ ●○○ noun [countable]  TCNINSTRUCTIONSa short book that gives information or instructions about something syn manual the Fiction Writer’s Handbook
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handbookThe course of study is just a list, it is not a handbook for teaching.Is it primarily a handbook for managers or a review of developments in services for people with learning difficulties?a handbook on basic psychologyI could have issued a blueprint and handbook had anyone asked.Each handbook also includes a number of additional assessments.Healthcare coverage is explained in detail in the employee handbook.According to the employee handbook, I can fire her next Friday.There are all kinds of health and fitness handbooks on the market these days.The polytechnic handbook which I used was not much help and my tutor has told me to ask the librarian for help.Mackey had seen handbooks on guerrilla tactics, back issues of a racist magazine Guy published.Writers of standard handbooks are also inclined to dismiss the early evidence.The students' handbook gives information on how to find accommodation.a useful handbook for managers