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glossary

A collection of specialised words or terms, with their meanings.
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glossary

Dictionary, lexicon Vox populi A whole bunch of words/phrases arranged alphabetically and defined, sans pronunciation–eg, present work
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Examples of some words you may find in the glossary include phishing, spam, twittering and re-tweets.
In this glossary, the general definition of "ablation" is: "All processes that reduce the mass of the glacier" (p.
This glossary is a treasured addition to the similar works of Urdu mentioned above.
The board of ESK would not restore its trustworthiness but appear totally foolish and untrustworthy if it submitted a complaint, as it had not only given its full support to the creation of the glossary, but also participated in its drafting through one of its members.
First launched in 2006, the EDRM Glossary includes terms from specialized glossaries on collection, metrics, search, and information governance, as well as glossary content on search and predictive coding from Herb Roitblat and from the Grossman-Cormack glossary on technology-assisted review.
The English version of the glossary can be accessed at http://ifsb.org/terminologies.php, whereas the Arabic version is available at: http://ifsb.org/ar_terminologies.php.
"Since scientific English, particularly biological terminology, is derived from Latin and Greek, this innovative glossary provides a practical solution for Arabic-speaking students to overcome this language barrier and aids them at not only acquiring a deep understanding of scientific concepts but also at expanding their bilingual vocabulary repertoire," Rashid Bendriss, co-author with Dr Ghizlane Bendriss, both teachers at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar (WCMC-Q), said.
The easily understandable selection of words makes this glossary distinct from the conventional glossaries available in market which contains hard to understand jargons and students in most of the cases shelf them after failure in getting their purpose served; the selection of content is based on relevance, importance and objectivity.
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A proposed update of the health plan summary of benefits and coverage (SBC) standards could include an update of the SBC's little brother: the uniform glossary.