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* Thesaurus for Graphic Materials, Library of Congress tool for indexing visual materials
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One of the most comprehensive recipe books for pre-and post-coital contraception was written by a " Pedro Hispano ", who offered advice on birth control and how to provoke menstruation in his immensely popular Thesaurus Pauperum ( Treasure of the Poor ).
* European Training Thesaurus ; ISBN 978-92-896-0471-0, ( European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training-Cedefop )
Non-dictionary publications include Collegiate Thesaurus, Secretarial Handbook, Manual for Writers and Editors, Collegiate Encyclopedia, Encyclopedia of Literature, and Encyclopedia of World Religions.
John Aubrey in " Brief lives ", gave the following glimpse into the creation of this dictionary: Dr. Edward Davenant told me that this learned man had a shrew to his wife, who was irreconcileably angrie with him for sitting-up late at night so, compileing his Dictionarie, ( Thesaurus linguae Romanae et Britannicae, Londini, 1584 ; dedicated to Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester, and Chancellor of Oxford ).
His manuscript material for Syriac was utilized in Robert Payne Smith's Thesaurus ; of the slips he collected for a projected Arabic, Persian and Turkish lexicon some account is given in the preface to Dozy, Supplément aux dictionaires arabes.
Kyrie, I eulogize the archons of the Panethnic Numismatic Thesaurus and the Ecumenical Trapeza for the orthodoxy of their axioms, methods and policies, although there is an episode of cacophony of the Trapeza with Hellas.
The work was an important source of inspiration for other European dictionaries such as an Hungarian and Italian dictionary written by Bernardino Balli, a German Thesaurus polyglottus by humanist and lexicographer Hieronim Megister, and multilingual Dictionarium septem diversarum linguarum by Peterus Lodereckerus of Prague in 1605.
Seized with longing for the Thesaurus lucis, which lies beyond the 13th Aeon, Pistis Sophia has separated herself from her consort ( syzygos ), in the 13th Aeon, and thereby incurred the hatred of Authades, one of the Archontes of the 13th Aeon, and of the twelve Archontes under him.
"' Estotiland ' is listed, along with Eden and Arcadia, under the heading ' utopia, paradise, heaven, heaven on earth ' in Roget's International Thesaurus ( New York: Crowell, 1962 )"; it is one of the sources for "' Russian ' Estoty " in Vladimir Nabokov's Ada.
* Thesaurus Entomologicus Oxoniensis: or illustrations of new, rare and interesting insects, for the most part coloured, in the collections presented to the University of Oxford by the Rev.
TITUS Cyberbit Basic is a typeface derived from the Bitstream Cyberbit family, designed by Bitstream Inc. and the TITUS ( Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text-und Sprachmaterialien ) for Unicode 4. 0, by the principal developers Jost Gippert, and Carl-Martin Bunz.
For example, it contains obscure references to the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae, a project undertaken by the University of California, Irvine for the purpose of digitizing all ancient and medieval Greek texts.
In 1904 he became a member of the corps of scholars preparing the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, a unique distinction for an American Latinist, as was the publication of his critical edition, with German commentary, of Tacitus ' Agricola in 1902 by the Weidmannsche Buchhandlung of Berlin.
It devised a scheme, founded on that for the Latin Thesaurus of the Berlin Academy, which almost mechanically sorts the whole number of occurrences of every word in any text examined.
Roget's Thesaurus is an early attempt to classify most adjectives into categories and was used within this context to reduce the number of adjectives to manageable subsets, suitable for factor analysis.
The basic principles under which the TGN is constructed and maintained were established by the Art and Architecture Thesaurus ( AAT ) and also employed for the Union List of Artist Names ( ULAN ): Its scope includes terminology needed to catalog and retrieve information about the visual arts and architecture ; it is constructed using national and international standards for thesaurus construction ; it comprises a hierarchy with tree structures corresponding to the current and historical worlds ; it is based on terminology that is current, warranted for use by authoritative literary sources, and validated by use in the scholarly art and architectural history community ; and it is compiled and edited in response to the needs of the user community.
Thesaurus and Library
* NAL Agricultural Thesaurus, ( United States National Agricultural Library, United States Department of Agriculture )
Other works were: An edition of Gavin Douglas's translation of Virgil's Aeneid ( 1710 ); the editing and completion of James Anderson's Selectus Diplomatum et Numismatum Scotiae Thesaurus ( 1739 ); Catalogue of the Advocates ' Library ( 1733 – 42 ); and a famous edition of Livy ( 1751 ).
* Library Committee – provides input on collection development, service delivery, the ERIC Thesaurus, and outreach to ERIC audiences.
*-a list of subject headings or keywords for the collection, usually drawn from an authoritative source such as Library of Congress Subject Headings or the Art and Architecture Thesaurus
Thesaurus and visual
She was last known to be directing the 3D animated series ' Thesaurus Rex ' aimed at encouraging and challenging visual and vocabulary concepts in preschoolers.
Thesaurus and materials
* Training materials and presentations created by the Getty Vocabulary Program The documents on this page include presentations and other training materials for the Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names ( TGN ), the Union List of Artist Names ( ULAN ), the Art & Architecture Thesaurus ( AAT ), Cataloging Cultural Objects ( CCO ), Categories for the Description of Works of Art ( CDWA ), and standards in general.
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In 2002, the Call of Cthulhu 20th Anniversary Edition won the Origins Award for Best Graphic Presentation of a Book Product 2001.
A former boxer, Sullivan began his media work as a newspaper sportswriter for The New York Evening Graphic.
The name " Graphic Design " first appeared in print in the 1922 essay " New Kind of Printing Calls for New Design " by William Addison Dwiggins, an American book designer in the early 20th century.
* Graphic kit, a set of decal s for an automobile, motorcycle, model car, or other toy, used to customize the item
RCA Graphic Systems Division ( GSD ) was an early supplier of electronics designed for the printing and publishing industries.
The trade paperback collection was also a top vote-getter for the Comics Buyer's Guide Fan Award for Favorite Reprint Graphic Novel / Album for 1997.
For several years in the 1970s, Singer set up a national sales force for phototypesetting machines made by another Massachusetts company, Graphic Systems Inc.
The comic series was a top vote getter for the Comics Buyer's Guide Fan Award for " Favorite Limited Series " for 1997, and the collected edition won their Award for Favorite Reprint Graphic Album in 2000.
The " Black Box " won the Origins Award in 1991 for Best Graphic Presentation of a Roleplaying Game, Adventure, or Supplement of 1990.
In 1995, Planescape won the Origins Award for Best Graphic Presentation of a Roleplaying Game, Adventure, or Supplement of 1994.
Graphic styles for images may be border shapes, colors, transparency, filters, and a parameter designating the way text flows around the object called " wraparound " or " runaround.