Recent Examples of handbook from the Web
Creating a handbook that standardizes operating procedures
And his aide at the time, Stephen Miller, according to Politico, literally wrote the handbook that House members used to fight the deal.
Better yet, get a hold of your employee handbook and highlight the sections the person who bullied you has clearly violated.
Bacik wrote that no students’ union in Ireland has been penalized for sharing that information in their handbooks since then.
Universities are obligated to treat students in accordance with various contractual provisions, including provisions found in letters of admission, scholarship offers, codes of conduct and employee and student handbooks.
Noblesville's student handbook states students must be enrolled in the Voluntary Drug Testing program to attend school dances or other extracurricular activities.
The Facebook ads focusing on divisive issues like Black Lives Matter are just another page from the old Soviet handbook.
The image was this: A handbook turns into a poem through his experiences and his ordeal and love.
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First Known Use of handbook
before 12th century
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