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OTHER WORDS FROM glossaryglos·sar·i·al [glo-sair-ee-uhl, glaw-], /glɒˈsɛər i əl, glɔ-/, adjectiveglos·sar·i·al·ly, adverbglos·sa·rist, noun
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The page includes a pandemic glossary, a vaccine explainer and a guide to identifying misinformation.How science museums reinvented themselves to survive the pandemic|Emily Anthes|June 4, 2021|Science News
If you’re new to the chat and wondering about acronyms, here’s a glossary of frequently-used chat terms.
A glossary of what all those strange phrases in classic Christmas songs really mean.The Most Confusing Christmas Music Lyrics Explained (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|December 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The nine-page glossary in the back of the book is helpful, but only up to a point.
The downside is that you may read in a perpetual state of glossary-checking and Goodreads-searching.
The essential glossary here: “Molly” is a slang word for MDMA, a drug often used for date rape; “that” is the date raping.11 Ways Rappers Are Just Like Right-Wing Radio Hosts|Kevin Fallon|March 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Plus, read an account of an escape from Scientology's Sea Org and a Scientology glossary.In Tom Cruise Divorce, Scientology Loses Fashion Icons|Rebecca Dana|July 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He prepared a glossary of provincial and archological words, intended for a supplement to Johnson's Dictionary.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
It has a complete glossary of terms, and is illustrated with two hundred original drawings.Practical Mechanics for Boys|J. S. Zerbe
Except for yogh, h-stroke and paired , unusual letters appear only in the editorial material (introduction, notes and glossary).
The preceding examples give most of the more important weak verbs; others can be found in the Glossary.
Also, of the pronoun me; as in d m'endyte, G 32; see M' in the Glossary, p. 157.