Recent Examples of glossary from the Web
But when the Diyanet declared, in a glossary entry spotted on its website at the start of this year, that according to Islamic law girls as young as nine were able to marry, the ensuing outcry was bigger than in recent memory.
So that was a way of understanding — knowing a thing by its physical properties, defined for you by a teacher with a glossary of terms and diagrams on the overhead.
The Air Charter Guide offers information about planes, pilots, operators and a glossary of terms.
There is a glossary of terms used in the dashboard on the Education Report Card's home page.
The new version of his tale of soccer rivalries at the Wild Animal World Cup in Africa has a new beginning that provides background information, as well as five appendixes, including a glossary, outtakes, bloopers and makeovers.
This young gang of pickpockets in southern France will have your kids practicing their sneaking skills and speaking in authentic slang (there’s a glossary).
Ferry provides some heartfelt prefatory remarks on meter and the aims of the translation, but there is no formal introduction about the poem’s historical setting or literary tradition, no glossary or list of names.
Enjoy generations of New Orleans dishes, a complete glossary of herbs and spices, cooking tips throughout, and sketches of historical culinary landmarks that were inspired by the Ursuline women.
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GLOSSARY Defined for English Language Learners
GLOSSARY Defined for Kids
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