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“The above is "Encyclopedic" but just as useful, and more typical of web pages is the following …”
“Encyclopedic, multi-volume, and serial biographies of novelists and poets have become commonplace products of the "book industry," and for many readers these biographies must take the place of familiarity with the novels and the poems.”
“The Encyclopedic Palace of the World was, he wrote, a "new concept in museums, designed to hold all the works of man in whatever field, discoveries made and those which may follow.”
“We're talking with Sam Brylawski, the editor of the Encyclopedic Discography of Victor Recordings at the University of California Santa Barbara about digital recording and, well, the possible deterioration it can suffer over time.”
“CONAN: Sam Brylawski, editor of the Encyclopedic Discography of Victor Recordings at the University of California Santa Barbara, co-author of the recent study on digital archiving.”
“Encyclopedic knowledge of medicinal plants and herbs”
“If you don't think the price is reasonable, check out the price for the Encyclopedic Dictionary!”
“He fathered two daughters out of wedlock, read the anti-clerical works of the French Encyclopedic philosophers and seemed to regard the Church as a sort of sinecure which would provide him with a regular income.”
“Encyclopedic TV News critic Andrew Tyndall recently published his annual year in review, in which, among other things, he totals up all the air time racked up over the past year by correspondents on the network evening newscasts.”
“Wiernik was also a contributor and translator for the English-Yiddish Encyclopedic Dictionary, edited by Paul Abelson (1915).”
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