Recent Examples of handbook from the Web
The complete text of Board policies and regulations, for which some are only excerpted in this handbook, is available on the Colchester Public Schools website at Colchesterct.org under Board of Education Policies.
In Kentucky schools, corporal punishment takes the form of paddling students on the butt, a Courier-Journal review of student handbooks and school board policies found.
Don’t just give them a copy of your employee handbook and mention that there’s a dress code in there; that’s not enough guidance.
Be sure to check with the employee handbook and company dress code to ensure that approaching your co-worker regarding inappropriate attire is valid, and in fact a violation.
According to the prison’s admissions handbook, inmates are encouraged to participate in fitness activities.
Sure, maybe not according to your employee handbook, but at least in the craft beer world.
These stars know how to fête the Grand ‘Ol Flag in style The actress took a page out of Michelle William's style handbook from Dick, donning a pair of all-American bell bottoms with her plunging white one-piece.
The Yale faculty handbook lists many protections for freedom of speech.
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First Known Use of handbook
before 12th century
HANDBOOK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of handbook for English Language Learners
: a small book that gives useful information about a particular subject
HANDBOOK Defined for Kids
Definition of handbook for Students
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