Synonyms for encyclopaedia or Related words with encyclopaedia
Examples of "encyclopaedia"
of Islam is an
published by the University of the Punjab.
Institute founding director, TES and "Tatar
"s founding editor-in-chief M. X. Xäsänov died in 2010.
Popular and affordable encyclopedias such as Harmsworth's Universal
and the Children's
appeared in the early 1920s.
An online-database based on the
, the "
of the Folk Tale Online", was published in 2016.
The Barkham Burroughs'
of Astounding Facts and Useful Information was an
published by Barkham Burroughs in 1889.
of Oxford is an
covering the history of the university city of Oxford in England.
In 1672, Gezelius published "
synoptica: ex optimis & accuratissimis philosophorum scriptis collecta", a three-piece Latin
which specifically dealt with fields of philosophy and mathematics.
synoptica is considered to be Finland's first encyclopedic work.
In 2000, Currall produced "
" with the support of the film and video umbrella. "
" is a CD-ROM
with video clips by 'non-experts' who have influenced the artist in some way, such as his friends and family.
and The British Dictionary are a 12 volume illustrated general knowledge
and dictionary published by Odhams Press Ltd in 1933. Volumes one to ten form the "
" while the final two together make up the Dictionary.
He co-operated with the "Engineering Magazine", "Military Collection", "Artillery Magazine", "Encyclopaedic Dictionary" of Brokgauz-Efron, "
of Military and Marine Sciences", and the "Military
In the early 20th century, the "Encyclopædia Britannica" reached its eleventh edition, and inexpensive encyclopedias such as "Harmsworth's Universal
" and "Everyman's
" were common.
of Persian Language and Literature ( "Dāneshnāme-ye Fāarsi-ye Zabān-o Adab") is a Persian language
, published in Tehran.
In addition to his many articles in The Arab
(in Arabic), and the
of Arabic Literature (in English), Isstaif has published the following books:
Pax Forlag has issued a selected reprint of the "working class"
"Arbeidernes Leksikon" in 1974, and the political
"Pax Leksikon" (1978-1981).
, first published in 1983, is a 1100-page historical reference work, on the United Kingdom's capital city, London. The
covers the Greater London area.
He also contributed to the "
1996c: "Monnaie", in "
According to the
Britannica Eleventh Edition:
of organic chemistry sananda chaterjee
Iranica: ČAḴĀNSŪR, accessed: March 2012.
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