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What are the possible bits of a book?

I would like a list of generic things in printed material (particularly educational material). I know about the regular types of bits: foreword, preface, tables, figures, plates, glossary, references, dot points, chapter, appendix, headers, footers, page numbers, table of contents; but I would like as big a list as possible (with links to images, if you feel like it of visual identifiers) of other types of repeat things in books, textbooks, reports, education activity books for children- basically any kind of printed material (even if it's supplied electronically). [more inside]
posted by b33j on Mar 18, 2014 - 6 answers

C-Section Recovery

Tell me about your recovery after a cesarean section. [more inside]
posted by chiababe on Oct 25, 2010 - 29 answers

Housing for couple.

Disabled couple without children eligible for section 8 housing? [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Oct 1, 2009 - 6 answers

Making sure my professional society work does me some good, too.

Strategies to maximize how I personally benefit from my leadership position in a regional professional society chapter ? [more inside]
posted by TheManChild2000 on Mar 14, 2009 - 5 answers

Business Facts: Back of the envelope stuff

Business Facts: About 2 years ago I saw the online version of a special feature in a newspaper/magazine which had short summaries of various businesses. The ones that were definitely included were New York Taxis, Sandwich shops etc. More inside [more inside]
posted by london302 on Mar 24, 2008 - 3 answers

Cross sections

3D cross section software? is there such a thing? [more inside]
posted by nihlton on Mar 17, 2008 - 9 answers

Is there any reason for concern if my maid, a legal resident, just asked permission to report her bi-weekly payments from me on her Section 8 income report?

My maid called this evening to inquire as to whether she can include my bi-weekly payments to her in her Section 8 (Los Angeles) income report. She is a legal resident but not a citizen. Other than tax implications for her, are there any issues that I should be aware of now that this previously non-broached issue has been broached (e.g., tax or legal)? My options are as follows: (1) say no and let her continue working; (2) say yes and let her continue working; or (3) politely inform her that her services are no longer required. She has only been cleaning my apartment for two months and came highly recommended by a friend. Obviously option (2) is preferable but I’d rather be safe than sorry.
posted by anonymous on Aug 29, 2007 - 14 answers

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