Recent Examples of glossary from the Web
Here's your glossary of every core character and their whereabouts and status by the end of the sixth season.
The book comes with recipes and a Spanish and Yiddish glossary.
A Haida glossary dedicates three pages to words and expressions for rain.
The New York Times is presenting case studies, and an associated glossary, examining tangible measures in and around New York City to make buildings and infrastructure more resilient in the face of floods, surges, high winds and heavy rains.
Many readers and educators will also appreciate the afterword and extensive back matter, including a moving photo album, family Who’s Who and extensive glossary section.
Happily, LeClair includes a glossary of nautical terms.
To better follow along, here’s a glossary of terms, names and places that help explain the rites and rituals Muslims will participate in during the six days of the hajj, which begins Saturday.
Since January, the glossary has grown to nearly four hundred entries from sixty-two languages, and visitors to the Web site have proposed new entries and refined definitions.
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First Known Use of glossary
GLOSSARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of glossary for English Language Learners
: a list that gives definitions of the hard or unusual words found in a book
: a dictionary of the special terms in a particular field or job
GLOSSARY Defined for Kids
Definition of glossary for Students
: a list that provides definitions for the difficult or unusual words used in a book
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