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  • One should also mention Wordnet, which is a lexical database of English of novel structure.

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  • Manning runs a television ministry based in San Bernadino called Wordnet, which he started in 1978.

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  • Unlike the prototype, Kyle's "Visual Wordnet," which draws on the Princeton Cognitive Science Laboratory's "Wordnet" database, is built using only Javascript and Cascading Style Sheets, and - drum roll, please - is free to all.

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  • I created a policy that whenever a word is added, wordgroupz will fetch its definition from the default "Wordnet" dictionary.

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  • Wordnet defines "Revolution" as "a drastic and far-reaching change in ways of thinking and behaving."

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  • Princeton's Wordnet: "A public meeting or assembly for open discussion."

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  • It means, according to Wordnet, "audacious: invulnerable to fear or intimidation; 'audacious explorers'."

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  • “Hagiography” according to Wordnet, at Princeton University means “a biography that idealizes or idolizes the person especially a person who is a saint”.

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  • Ontotext's LDSR includes data from existing Linked Data repositories such as DBPedia, Freebase, Geonames, UMBEL and Wordnet.

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  • The Twet-Twitter Service calls the Twet-Wordnet service to get the synonyms of the word 4.

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