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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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The seminar also recommended to translate the encyclopedia to various languages, publishing sub-specialized encyclopedic works from the Omani Encyclopedia, publishing Omani national encyclopedia for children, organizing specialized seminars to serve the second copy of the encyclopedia and transferring the idea of the Studies in the Omani Encyclopedia seminar to different governorates of the Sultanate.
NEW HAVEN: The concept of an encyclopedia was invented to offer a comprehensive, yet relatively compact collection of truths that scholars could offer about the world in which the authors and readers live.
Collier's Encyclopedia was last printed in 1998, Encyclopedia Americana in 2006.
The Encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific War; in co-operation with the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation Edited by PETER POST, WILLIAM H.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The encyclopedia of Iran indicates the Iranians' insight as well as the scientific abilities of researchers and scholars, director of the Center for Great Islamic Encyclopedia (CGIE) Seyed Kazzemi Moussavi Boroujerdi said.
Announcements that the first version of the Macedonian Encyclopedia will be put up for sale again raised concern with Albanian intellectuals, politicians and historians.
Buckovski assessed that the encyclopedia was prepared in a dilettantish manner, as reports from the Macedonian dailies were used as a source for the paragraph that states, "There were American and British special-forces members and sponsors in the camps of the National Liberation Army".
The Encyclopedia Britannica says this about Wikipedia:
To buy a copy of the new encyclopedia, see Page 20.
Almost everyone one who uses the web uses Google, and sooner or later almost everyone runs into Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Taylor et al, The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature London * New York: Thoemmes Continuum 2005, HC, 2 vols.
Health -- Harvard Health Newsletter; Gale Encyclopedia of Cancer;
Buttress this with essential research and reference materials such as an encyclopedia, literary anthologies and historical collections, and you have a strong and valuable foundation.
A good example is a relatively new, free and ever-evolving online encyclopedia called Wikipedia (http://en.
Encyclopedia of Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks Edited by Gerard V.