How to use Encyclopedias in a sentence

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  • It is not uncommon for its entries to be five to ten times the length of other encyclopedias.

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  • Besides Wikipedia, there are dozens of other free online encyclopedias.

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  • In addition to the general reference encyclopedias and encyclopedic references, you can find some excellent online specialty encyclopedias, especially science and computer references.

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  • A half-dozen encyclopedias that were free in 2005 are paid sites in 2006.

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  • The best medical encyclopedias provide a symptom database that helps you focus on what illness you most likely have based on your symptoms.

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  • Having a variety of such encyclopedias at your disposal allows you to check facts in one against that of another, ensuring maximum accuracy of information.

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  • The Internet plays host to a variety of such encyclopedias.

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  • This list of online encyclopedias includes those that are online only and companies that have physical books and an online presence.

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  • Also, many of the following encyclopedias may require a membership to access special or enhanced features.

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  • Encyclopedia Brittanica is probably familiar as the name on the set of encyclopedias you may have sitting on your shelf.

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  • Most of the information, especially when pulling from other encyclopedias, comes from The Columbia Encyclopedia, Oxford's World Encyclopedia and the Encyclopedia of World Biography.

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  • Wikipedia is not included in the regular list of online encyclopedias because of its uniqueness.

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  • Encyclopedias are a great source of information, whether you are writing a school paper, an article or you just want to learn something new.

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  • History books and encyclopedias are wonderful references for tribal facts and common dress.

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  • Even old encyclopedias can be a rich resource for your children and you may just score a free back pack or two!

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  • Some families were lucky enough to own an expensive set of printed encyclopedias at home.

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  • You may have always thought of an encyclopedia as a boring tool used in school research projects but the next generation of online encyclopedias is really multi-media learning tools.

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  • For example, you might not want to waste your time documenting a few paperback books on your night table, but do make note of your hardbound set of encyclopedias.

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  • Two of these theories, one proposed as a possibility and one demonstrated as a matter of record, are among the most widely cited by historians and encyclopedias.

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  • At a time when many encyclopedias have capsulated and condensed important knowledge, the 11th edition is generally much more in-depth and thorough on its topics.

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  • Besides being a contributor to the magazines and encyclopedias on educational and philosophical subjects, he wrote An Introduction to the Study of Philosophy (1889); The Spiritual Sense of Dante's Divina Commedia (1889); Hegel's Logic (1890); and Psychologic Foundations of Education (1898); and edited Appleton's International Education Series and 'Webster's International Dictionary.

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  • Fact books include encyclopedias, trivia books, volumes like The Guiness Book of World Records, and books with detail on specific topics like music, math, puzzles, and art.

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  • Online Dictionary and Encyclopedia - With online dictionaries and encyclopedias, you can check the spelling of a word, improve your Spanish, or browse the Encyclopedia Britannica online.

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  • With the Internet's capacity for sharing information, it provides the perfect venue for free online encyclopedias.

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  • Wikipedia is unique among encyclopedias in that it is not a fixed document, and therefore can't be used as a reliable reference.

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