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Yearbooks

Yearbooks are also called as annuals. As it is evident from the literal meaning of the term, a yearbook is a serial publication issued every year. It is called a compendium because it provides comprehensive account in a concise form of otherwise a vast subject. It contains current information on one or more subjects - in brief, descriptive or statistical format. Yearbooks are published like as independent publications or as supplements to an encyclopaedia. Thus, year-books can be categorized into two major groups:

a) Yearbooks

b) Supplement to Encyclopaedias.

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