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bio-bibliographical

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Treating of or dealing with both the life and the writings of an author.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Particularly rich in background and bio-bibliographical materials is Stadler 1997 [2001].

    Vienna Circle

  • The travel narrative has begun to accumulate studies — Paul Fussell's Abroad, Mark Crocker's Loneliness and Time, Jane Robinson's Wayward Women (this last bio-bibliographical) but as yet has little in the way of theory.

    Now Voyager

  • Please email an abstract of maximum 500 words and a short bio-bibliographical profile (no more than 1 page) to dante (at) ici-berlin. org by 30

    Fabula : à la une

  • The bio-bibliographical sources mention his commentary on the Physics, translated partly by Ibn Na˜ima al-Himsi and partly by Qusta ibn Luqa. [

    Greek Sources in Arabic and Islamic Philosophy

  • (containing bio-bibliographical information on more than 38,000 current authors), and others.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol 2 No 1

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