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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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According to an entry in the Biographical Cyclopaedia of American Women, Frazer's father tutored her in law at home during her youth and she began publishing in local papers under a nora de plume around 1877.
It eschews the stipple technique of the Rees Cyclopaedia illustration and instead features the strong sense of line that Blake learned from his master James Basire.
Hawks, The Pictorial Cyclopaedia of Biography: Embracing a Series of Original Memoirs of the Most Distinguished Persons of All Times (New York: D.
Rees analyzed chyle taken from the bodies of newly executed prisoners for Samuel Lane, who had been commissioned to supply an article including this topic for Todd's Cyclopaedia of Anatomy and Physiology (96).
Somewhat cheaper than Whitaker, and perhaps more useful for the non-specialist, is the dependable Pears Cyclopaedia, now in its 110th edition.
For example, the Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature (1870), whose editorial committee was a veritable "who's who" of evangelical American Protestant scholars, was sharply critical of most claims about Francis.
Roberts, The Cyclopaedia of Social Usage: Manners and customs of the Twentieth Century (New York, 1913), 442-443.
Potter's New Cyclopaedia of Botanical Drugs and Preparations.
Ian Jeremiah, co-owner of Cyclopaedia, advised staff on checking gears, brakes and tyres.
Although knowledge is systematically numbered and marshalled as if in an encyclopaedia, there is none of the pretence of objectivity and neutrality which characterises such works as Ephraim Chambers's successful Cyclopaedia (1728; 7th rev.
Traded her trusty steed for a steel one, She rode a mechanical horse quite strong, This cyclopaedia structure glided along, Brought by pedalling feet with efforts strong.
Its ideal is that of a gazetteer, a dictionary, a cyclopaedia, a statistical guide, a thesaurus of facts.
In addition to the image being printed in every copy of the Cyclopaedia, countless numbers of quality chromolithographic prints were published that hang in the homes of collectors to this day (mine included).
A New Cyclopaedia, Comprehending a Complete Series of Essays, Treatises, and Systems, Alphabetically Arranged.
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