--subdivision Abstracting and indexing under names of countries, cities, etc., names of individual persons and corporate bodies, and under topical headings for works on preparing abstracts or indexes of publications on those subjects; and under individual sacred works and types of publications for works on preparing abstracts or indexes of those publications
Books Microscopic editions -- See Miniature books Here are entered works on books 10 centimeters or less in both height and width. Actual specimens of such books are entered under Miniature books--Specimens, a form heading assigned without geographic subdivision.
Books Miniature editions -- See Miniature books Here are entered works on books 10 centimeters or less in both height and width. Actual specimens of such books are entered under Miniature books--Specimens, a form heading assigned without geographic subdivision.
Books of knowledge -- See Encyclopedias and dictionaries Here are entered comprehensive reference works in the English language consisting of explanatory articles arranged alphabetically or topically and not limited to a specific topic. Works of this type in other languages are entered under headings of the type Encyclopedias and dictionaries, [language], e.g. Encyclopedias and dictionaries, French; Encyclopedias and dictionaries, Spanish. Works about encyclopedias and dictionaries in general, and works about English-language encyclopedias and dictionaries, are entered under Encyclopedias and dictionaries with further subdivision, e.g. Encyclopedias and dictionaries--History and criticism. Works consisting of comprehensive alphabetical lists of the words of a specific language, usually with definitions, are entered under the heading for the language with subdivision Dictionaries, e.g. English language--Dictionaries. Works about dictionaries of a specific language are entered under the heading for the language with subdivision Lexicography, e.g. English language--Lexicography. --subdivisions Dictionaries or Encyclopedias under subjects
--subdivision Prayers and devotions under names of individual religious and monastic orders, individual religions, individual Christian denominations, classes of persons, and ethnic groups for whose use the prayers are intended; under names of individual saints, deities, etc., to whom the devotions are directed; and under topical headings for prayers and devotions on those topics, e.g. Buddhism--Prayers and devotions; Catholic Church--Prayers and devotions; Jesuits--Prayers and devotions