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According to Nielsen ( 2008 ) a dictionary may be regarded as a lexicographical product that is characterised by three significant features: ( 1 ) it has been prepared for one or more functions ; ( 2 ) it contains data that have been selected for the purpose of fulfilling those functions ; and ( 3 ) its lexicographic structures link and establish relationships between the data so that they can meet the needs of users and fulfill the functions of the dictionary.
According to Jan-Gustaf Ljunggren, in an article in the Swedish journal Läkartidningen ( 1983 ; No 32-33 ), in the 12th century, Zayn al-Din al-Jurjani, another Muslim physician, provided the first description of Graves ' disease after noting the association of goitre and exophthalmos in his Thesaurus of the Shah of Khwarazm, the major medical dictionary of its time.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, institutionalisation of the word became complete with its first appearance in a dictionary ( 1848 ) and first appearance in an encyclopedia ( 1868 ).
According to the dictionary of Monier Monier-Williams, the most frequent meanings of the Sanskrit term, from which the word " prakrit " is derived, are " original, natural, normal " and the term is derived from, " making or placing before or at first, the original or natural form or condition of anything, original or primary substance ".
According to the first dictionary of modern Serbian language ( published by Vuk Stefanović-Karadžić in 1818 ) vukodlak / вукодлак ( werewolf ) and vampir / вампир ( vampire ) are synonyms, meaning a man who returns from his grave for purposes of fornicating with his widow.
According to the Japanese dictionary Shogakukan Kokugo Daijiten, " Bushidō is defined as a unique philosophy ( ronri ) that spread through the warrior class from the Muromachi ( chusei ) period.
According to an alternate version cited in the dictionary of Suda, the Meleagrids were companions of Iocallis, a maiden of Leros who was honored as a deity.
According to the standard Pukui and Elbert Hawaiian dictionary, ' unihipili are the spirits of deceased persons, ' uhane is a soul, spirit or ghost, and ' aumakua are family or personal gods, deified ancestors who might assume the shape of animals.
According to the Monnier-Williams dictionary Samkalpa ( initiative / volition ) is mentioned as a daughter of Daksha.
According to Brewer's dictionary, " The phrase has never been satisfactorily accounted for, but it has been said that cheese was formerly sold in Cheshire moulded like a cat that looked as though it was grinning ".
According to Thomas Blount in his 1656 dictionary " Glossographia ", the origin of the word " Revels " is the French word " reveiller ", to wake from sleep.
According to the Revenge of the Sith Incredible Cross-sections by Dr. Curtis Saxton, and according to the film's visual dictionary, Itchy was involved in the Battle of Kashyyyk as a gunner aboard an Oevvaor jet catamaran in the defense of Kachirho during the Battle of Kashyyyk.
According to the Merriam-Webster's dictionary, ' bagel ' derives from the transliteration of the Yiddish ' beygl ', which came from the Middle High German ' böugel ' or ring, which itself came from ' bouc ' ( ring ) in Old High German, similar to the Old English ' bēag ' ( ring ), and ' būgan ' ( to bend or bow ).
According to Douglas Harper's online etymology dictionary, fork in the meaning of " to divide in branches, go separate ways " has been used as early as 14th century.
According to the Petit Robert dictionary, the name dates to around 1960.
According to a press release, Sultan Sakoon, a prominent Hindko poet, compiled the dictionary.
According to the Duden dictionary, the expression refers to the MPs grouping themselves like sheep behind their respective bellwether ( s ) before re-entering the chamber.
According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary the word assessment comes from the root word assess which is defined as:
According to Merriam Webster's dictionary, however, spindrift derives from a local Scottish pronunciation of speen ( not spoon ), meaning " to drive before a strong wind.
According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, " debunk " is defined as 1.
* According to the American heritage dictionary lavash is of Armenian origin.
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the definition of mammy is " a black woman serving as a nurse to white children especially formerly in the southern United States ".
According to the Oxford English Dictionary and Merriam-Webster dictionary, the term derives from ' do as in hairdo.

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According to the Suda, he also had an eromenos, Palaephatus of Abydus.
According to the Suda, a 10th century encyclopedia, Alexis was the paternal uncle of the dramatist Menander and wrote 245 comedies, of which only fragments now survive, including some 130 preserved titles.
According to the Suda he wrote 245 comedies, of which only fragments including some 130 titles survive.
According to the Suda ( an 11th-century encyclopaedia of Byzantium which likely took its information from traditional accounts ), Herodotus learned the Ionian dialect as a boy living on the island of Samos, whither he had fled with his family from the oppressions of Lygdamis, tyrant of Halicarnassus and grandson of Artemisia I of Caria.
According to the Suda, he was buried in Macedonian Pella and in the agora in Thurium.
According to Suda, his father's name was Meidon and his grandfather, also named Bacchylides, was a famous athlete, yet according to Etymologicum Magnum his father's name was Meidylus.
According to the Byzantine encyclopaedia, Suda: " He was born in the 56th Olympiad ( 556 / 552 BC ) or according to some writers in the 62nd ( 532 / 528 ) and he survived until the 78th ( 468 / 464 ), having lived eighty-nine years.
According to the Suda, this grandson was yet another Simonides and he was the author of books on genealogy.
According to the Suda he succeeded in making himself master of the whole of the island.
According to Athenaeus, he was small, thin and surprisingly strong The Byzantine encyclopaedia Suda, recorded that he was expelled from Ephesus by the tyrants Athenagoras and Comas, then settled in Clazomenae, and that he wrote verses satirising Bupalis and Athenis because they made insulting likenesses of him.
According to the Suda, he heaped insults on Aristotle after his death, because Aristotle had designated Theophrastus as the next head of the Peripatetic school, a position which Aristoxenus himself had coveted having achieved great distinction as a pupil of Aristotle.
According to the Suda, he wrote seven books of lyrics.
According to the Suda, he was of the Jewish faith.
According to Suda, both his " constitution " () and his " precepts " () were composed in elegiac couplets, but Pausanias also mentions " anapests ", a few lines of which, quoted by Dio Chrysostom and attributed to Tyrtaeus by a scholiast, could have belonged to the so-called " war songs " (), of which nothing else survives.
According to Suda, Plato, on his departure for Sicily in 361 / 360 BC, left the Academy in the charge of Heraclides.
According to the Suda, the massive tenth century Byzantine Greek historical encyclopedia, he was the son of Socles, but was adopted by Lycus of Rhegium.
According to the Suda, Acusilaus wrote genealogies.
According to Aristophanes of Byzantium, Sophocles wrote 130 plays, 17 of which are spurious, the Suda lexicon ' I counted 123.
According to the Suda, and his biographer Eunapius, he was born at Chalcis ( modern Qinnasrin ) in Syria.
According to the Suda, it consisted of 39 books ; but Photios, who gives a tolerably full epitome of the work, mentions only 17.
According to the Suda, Aristarchus wrote 800 treatises () on various topics ; these are all lost but for fragments preserved in the various scholia.
According to the Suda ( Alpha 4025 ), Artemidorus also penned a Oiônoscopica ( Interpretation of Birds ) and a Chiroscopica ( Palmistry ), but neither has survived, and the authorship is discounted.
According to the Suda, Coluthus, often Colluthus, of Lycopolis in the Egyptian Thebaid, was an epic poet writing in Greek, who flourished during the reign of Anastasius I ( 491-518 ).

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