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  • Tough if the content are still the same, that's the word Concise means it, I much prefer for WordBook.

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  • The Electronic Encyclopedia Britannica includes all 25,000 entries from their concise encyclopedia, as well as a copy of the 240,000 word Concise Oxford Dictionary, the Concise Oxford Thesaurus

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  • The "Concise" version is for one's personal use, as well as "consultation" purposes such as a primary care office.

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  • 'Concise' version can be completed in about 30 minutes. "

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  • Derek (#5), meaning number one in the Concise Oxford is: “holding correct or currently accepted positions”.

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  • But The Concise Scientific Encyclopedia had also mentioned that the survival time decreased significantly when the air temperature was high.

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  • Michael scrolled through his memory of The Concise Scientific Encyclopedia.

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  • Michael had seen illustrations of all these things in The Concise Scientific Encyclopedia.

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  • Michael had learned the fundamentals of electricity from The Concise Scientific Encyclopedia.

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  • My Concise Oxford Dictionary of 1964 defines a CRIME as an “act (usually grave offense) punishable by law; evil act; sin.”

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