Comics were my handbook, my point of entry into American culture.
In the 1970s, he wrote a book called handbook on Abortion, which he updated and republished in seven editions over the years.
The Jewish/Israel lobby will have to throw away its handbook.
She is currently working on her third book, a novel called THE SOCIAL CLIMBER'S handbook.
He is the author, most recently, of Why We're Liberals: A handbook for Restoring America's Important Ideals.
These are the moves given in the handbook, and the game is dismissed as equal.
"Defeat does not down him" the handbook had said; and he was not downed.
A handbook which will no doubt prove useful to a considerable circle.
That this will become a handbook on the subject of which it treats cannot be doubted.
In handbook (fig. 61,i-j) it appears as point-to-point chevrons on the cheeks.
[1894+ Horse racing & gambling; probably fr the fact that betting records were kept in small, concealable notebooks for secrecy and portability]