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I don't understand the meaning of the phrase "...and may be bound for reference"? Could you please rephrase the second part of this sentence?


I take it to mean "may be collected in bound volumes (i.e. books with hard covers) so that people can find them in a library". It's not very clear, though.

  • Yes, documents can be bound. From the verb bind. It cannot be anything else here. Law and medical articles are frequently collected and bound in hard-cover books.
    – Lambie
    Oct 16 '18 at 19:48

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