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A book, database document that contains multiple definitions, which may be on a particular subject, usually in alphabetial order
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First, we obtain a over-completed dictionary for sparse representation using online dictionary learning algorithm [24] using the blocking image.
According to the online dictionary Wiktionary, this is a foreign word with a meaning in several languages.
Robert Saint, composer of Gresford, revered in coalmining communities as the 'miners' hymn', is among 112 new additions to the online dictionary of 59,655 notable people who helped shape Britain.
Beer and wine o'clock, describing the appropriate time of day to start drinking the respective alcoholic beverages, and brain fart, a temporary lapse or failure to reason correctly, have also been added to the free online dictionary.
According to Merriam-Webster's online dictionary, a handbook is "a small book that gives useful information about a particular subject" [1].
Jain, however, observed: " The meaning given in Urban Online Dictionary can be of no help since a passenger will not consult a dictionary before making a booking.
Whereas in Merriam Webster Online Dictionary is has been defined as "able to be used without being completely used up or destroyed.
An online dictionary I consulted defines civilian as: "a person who is not on active duty with a military, naval, police or fire fighting organization.
The translation search involves both the installed vocabulary database and the databases of an online dictionary," Saadanbekov explained.
The online dictionary provided by the Israeli office of the prime minister has initially been warmly received by the Arab viewers, many of whom have downloaded the dictionary and used it.
8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown C4, 9pm 'Exciting' news this week on daytime Countdown as the pencam and paper were retired and Susie Dent moved into the future with an online dictionary.
650 teaching staff who must have access to the online dictionary.

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