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guidebook

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishguidebookguide‧book /ˈɡaɪdbʊk/ noun [countable]  INSTRUCTIONSa book about a city, country etc travel guidebookssee thesaurus at book
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guidebookBy the mid-twelfth century pilgrims were sufficiently numerous to merit a guidebook.This was because he used them as guidebooks.Puzzled, I checked my guidebook again.It is pleasant enjoying the upgrading as new guidebooks come out!We also booked hotels in advance, since the guidebooks said that they tended to be busy.The guidebook also provides useful information about the people who lived in the regions through which the pilgrim would have to pass.He had no expectations or intentions that they would ever become constantly updated guidebooks for the use of millions.
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