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a reference work (often in several volumes) containing articles on various topics (often arranged in alphabetical order) dealing with the entire range of human knowledge or with some particular specialty

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Such is true with another old and venerable institution, Encyclopedia Britannica.
Speaking to the Iranian book news agency the Encyclopedia of Iran which will be released in 30 volumes, Moussavi Boroujerdi said, "The Encyclopedia of Iran is the 2nd research work of the Center for the Great Islamic Encyclopedia.
Almost everyone one who uses the web uses Google, and sooner or later almost everyone runs into Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Encyclopedia of Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks Edited by Gerard V.
This newly redesigned online encyclopedia (which is updated quarterly) offers over 45,000 articles, complete with bibliographies and Internet links as well as article-to-article links, along with many new fact boxes, tables, maps, flags and images.
Dance Magazine has devoted an unprecedented three reviews, by Glenn Giffin, Octavio Roca, and Clive Barnes, to The International Encyclopedia of Dance (IED) [January, page 73, February, page 66, March, page 94].
So, we asked Colin Larkin, author of ``The Encyclopedia of Popular Music, Third Edition'' ($750; distributed by Grove Dictionaries for Muze Inc.
Were my reactions akin to what motivated readers of encyclopedias during the Great Depression?
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- "The encyclopedia of Iran" was unveiled during a ceremony in Tehran on November 8.
But compared to some of the other information available on the web, web encyclopedias don't look so bad.
iPhone and iPod touch users now have a solid and reliable source of information they can carry around in their pockets, thanks to a new version of Britannica Concise Encyclopedia available for those platforms from Paragon Software Group, a leading mobile software developer, and Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
HighBeam Reference includes over 100 dictionaries, encyclopedias, almanacs and thesauruses, as well as more than 600,000 entries from more than 100 Oxford University Press reference titles covering science, medicine, technology, literature, finance, history and the arts, among other subjects.
World Book's revision rate of 34 percent, which equates to more than 4,800 revised pages, makes The World Book Encyclopedia one of the most up-to-date general reference print encyclopedias in the world.
As Britannica's product line has expanded beyond multi-volume encyclopedias in the past decade, so too have its consumer-marketing operations.
Over the course of eighty-four years, World Book has grown from a publisher of best-selling print encyclopedias to a multimedia and online content provider that has won accolades from educators, media reviewers and industry insiders, including The New York Times, U.
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